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Facial Expressions: Recognising Emotions

Synopsis
Psychologist Mark Coulson links together a series of sequences illustrating how we recognise emotions. Looks at the way facial expressions have evolved and asks how good we are a communicating emotion through our faces. Uses the work of an actress, a cartoonist and an artist to discuss and illustrate the six basic emotions of fear, anger, happiness, sadness, surprise and disgust.
Series
Shotlist, Series
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Medium
Video; Videocassette. VHS. col. 21 min.
Year of production
1998
Availability
Sale; 1999 sale: £150.00 (+VAT +p&p) higher education - master tape for re-editing and copying 2000 sale: £35.00 (+VAT inc. p&p) VHS, higher education
Uses
University undergraduates.
Subjects
Psychology
Keywords
emotions; face; facial expressions

Credits

Producer
Richard McCarter
Cast
Mark Coulson 

Sponsor

Name

Educational Broadcasting Services Trust

Email
support@fenc.org.uk
Web
http://www.fenc.org.uk/ External site opens in new window
Phone
01553 630828
Address
c/o fenc
The White House
8 Gayton Road
Ashwicken, Kings Lynn
Norfolk
PE32 1LS
Notes
EBST was set up in 1987, to spread specialist learning through broadcast and new media; it’s roots were in BBC and public service broadcasting. Now EBST Online is part of FENC (www.fenc.org.uk).

Distributor

Name

Educational Broadcasting Services Trust

Address
No longer trading
Notes
Educational and training materials with an emphasis on maths, science and skills development, produced in collaboration with consortia of university and college academics and media departments under the auspices of the Educational Services Broadcasting Trust. Series include Maths for Engineers, Shotlist, and the Skillbank vocational skills training programmes. For sale on DVD or via download. Now ebst online is part of FENC. (www.fenc.org.uk). Now possibly part of Blended Learning Consortium.

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