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Friesen, Ronald C. Craig, Susan A. Hyde, Christopher J. Frank, Paul Ekman, Wallace V. Schmidt, Jeffrey F. Cohn, Adena J. Frank and Terrance J. Chesney, Paul Ekman, Wallace V. Friesen, George W. Black, Michael H. Blumenthal Afterword: Erika L. Sayette, Joan M. Wertz, Christopher S. Martin, Jeffrey F. Cohn, Michael A. He also served as chief psychologist in the U.
Army, Fort Dix New Jersey from His interests have focused on two separate, but related topics: He originally focused on nonverbal behavior, and by the mids concentrated on the expression and physiology of emotion. His other interest is interpersonal deception. His many honors have included the Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award of the American Psychological Association in , and an honorary doctor of humane letters from the University of Chicago in Ekman retired from UCSF in The chapters present innovative state-of-the-art applications of facial measurement, and the commentaries by authors and editors greatly enrich the readers experience.
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