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Title:Razbiranje čustev iz obraza in mikro-obraznih izrazov : diplomsko delo visokošolskega strokovnega študija Varnost in policijsko delo
Authors:ID Tomažič, Katra (Author)
ID Areh, Igor (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf VS_Tomazic_Katra_2012.pdf (2,34 MB)
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PID: 20.500.12556/dkum/501a81e6-6198-4859-96aa-2880b00ec558
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FVV - Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security
Abstract:V teoretičnem delu smo se seznanili s kratko zgodovino obraznih izrazov in čustev, ki segajo že v čas Charlesa Darwina in Duchenna de Bologna. Nekaj malega je bilo govora tudi o drugih znanstvenikih, ki so se lotili področja obraznih izrazov in čustev. Eden izmed njih je bil prof. Dr. Paul Ekman, ki je na tem področju pustil zelo velik pečat, saj je večino študij, ki vsebujejo obrazne izraze in čustva, naredil prav on. Nato sledi poglavje o univerzalnosti čustev in kulturnih razlikah, saj je bilo na to temo narejenih zelo veliko kritik. Za boljše razumevanje empiričnega dela skozi diplomsko delo so predstavljena osnovna čustva. To so strah, presenečenje, gnus, jeza, žalost, prezir in veselje. Poleg osnovnih čustev diplomsko delo zajema še mikro-obrazne izraze, ki so zelo pomembni pri odkrivanju resničnih čustveni stanj, ki so nalašč prikriti. Empirični del je vseboval raziskavo, s katero smo skušali prikazati različne čustvene obrazne izraze, različne načine maskiranja, lažne izraze in dokazati obstoj mikro-obraznih izrazov in ugotoviti ali lahko z njimi zanesljivo sklepamo o resničnem čustvenem doživljanju osebe. Ugotovitev je bila, da se čustva pojavijo le, če je dražljaj dovolj močan, saj je veliko udeležencev lahko prikrilo svoje resnično čustveno stanje z obrazno mimiko, vendar so jih kljub temu izdali mikro-obrazni izrazi.
Keywords:čustva, obraz, obrazni izrazi, analize, diplomske naloge
Place of publishing:[Ljubljana
Publisher:K. Tomažič]
Year of publishing:2012
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-36559 New window
UDC:159.925
COBISS.SI-ID:2418922 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:3NSNQ0EF
Publication date in DKUM:10.07.2012
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Language:English
Title:READING EMOTIONS FROM FACIAL AND MICRO-FACIAL EXPRESSIONS
Abstract:In theoretical part we were acquainted with short history of facial expressions and emotions which go back in time of Charles Darwin and Duchenne de Bologne. We discussed something about some other scientists, who conducted research on field of facial expressions and emotions. One of them is Professor Dr. Paul Ekman, who left an enormous seal on the field of facial expressions and emotions. After that we continued with a chapter which contains a sensitive subject on universality and cultural differences of emotions, because there was a lot of criticism made on this subject. For better understanding of empirical part we discussed the topic of basics emotions. These are fear, surprise, disgust, anger, sadness, contempt and happiness. Beside basics emotions, theoretical part also contains micro-facial expressions, which are very important for revealing emotional states that are intentionally concealed. In empirical part of the thesis we presented our conducted research. The purpose of research was to show different facial expressions of emotions, some methods of masking emotions, false expressions and to prove existence of micro-facial expressions. We also tried to find out, if micro-facial expressions can help us to understand and separate real emotions from fake or simulated emotions. We concluded that if the stimulus was intensive enough, emotions will appear. Because many participants have concealed their true emotional state with facial expressions but at the end their true emotions were shown trough micro-facial expressions.


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