Haptics and Facial Expressions - Lesson Summary
Haptics is the study of communication involving touch, whereas body language is an all-inclusive term referring to non-verbal communications involving the body.
Socially sanctioned polite touching behaviors help initiate interactions and show that others are included and respected.
Kinesics is defined as the systematic study of how human beings communicate through body movements and gestures.
Affective Displays are movements of the body that inform us about the emotional state a person is experiencing or faking.
Many aspects of kinesics are learned through environmental and social experiences.
Emblems are nonverbal acts that have very specific meanings and a direct literal verbal translation.
A Human Face is popularly regarded as the index of the mind that displays emotions and it is considered as a means of transmitting social information.
Disgust is the emotion which is more associated with the feelings of annoyance, dislike, or repulsiveness to an emotional stimulus which displeases a person.
Human Facial Expression Recognition has become a widely studied topic in computer vision since the concept of affective computing was first proposed by Picard.
Micro Expressions are like leakages of emotions as they reflect the mildest vacillation in a person’s emotional state, offering us a window into the emotional states of others.
Micro Expressions are typically classified based on how an expression is modified.
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