Western gender stereotypes describe women as affiliative and more likely to show happiness and men as dominant and more likely to show anger. For example, the software offers you the option not to record the test participants face during the analysis. Relaxed — Smiling and both eyes opened. Lip Stretch — The lips pulled back laterally. Connection science , 30 4 ,
Facial appearance, gender, and emotion expression.
Brow Furrow — Both eyebrows moved lower and closer together. The research team studied fear and disgust because both emotions have a protective, evolutionary history. Human-robot interaction. Connection science , 30 4 , Facial expressions automatically measured with FaceReader can be represented at any level of valence and arousal.
The authors assessed the hypothesis that the gender-stereotypic effects on perceptions of anger and happiness are partially mediated by facial appearance markers of dominance and affiliation by equating men's and women's faces for these cues. See the facial landmark mapping here. The timeline gives you a detailed visual representation of the data. This online demonstration lets you analyze images containing a face, by entering an URL or uploading a file. N2 - Emotions, and emotional expression, have a broad influence on social interactions and are thus a key factor to consider in developing social robots.
T1 - The effects of robot facial emotional expressions and gender on child-robot interaction in a field study. Sharkey and Vanessa Evers and A. Differential effects of makeup on perceived age. Classroom observation. Lip Stretch — The lips pulled back laterally. Journal of Nonverbal behavior 24 4 , ,