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Paul Ekman - Book doubt

Postby Hazabell » Wed Dec 14, 2016 5:28 pm

Hello there, after finally end of watching Lie to Me season 3 I prepared to explore Paul Ekman's bibliografy, and besides "Telling Lies" i'm also interested in "Unmasking the Face" and "Emotions Revealed", but i realized that both have similar subjects, so I was wondering which one buy or if it's worth it buy both. Any recomendations? :roll:
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Re: Paul Ekman - Book doubt

Postby MidBloomer » Wed Jan 18, 2017 4:49 am

I have "emotions revealed" and "Telling Lies", and they're different and both are worth a read.

"emotions revealed" is generalized about emotions and facial expressions. I understand it to be a distilled and updated version of information that it is in "Unmasking the Face".

"Telling Lies" is more about detecting deception, and is more academic than the TV show, which is almost magical in how it portrays lie detection.

Reading your question reminds me that I need to dust them off and re-read them.
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