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Full text of "Expression Of The Emotions In Man And Animals"

IV

CONTENTS.

CHAP. V.—SPECIAL EXPRESSIONS OF ANIMALS.

The Bog, various expressive movements of—Cats—Horses—Ruminants
—Monkeys, their expression of joy and affection—Of pain—Anger-
Astonishment and Terror........................... Pages 115-145

CHAP. VI.—SPECIAL EXPRESSIONS OF MAN: SUFFERING AND

WEEPING.

The screaming and weeping of infants—Form of features—Age at which
weeping commences—The effects of habitual restraint on weeping-
Sobbing—Cause of the contraction of the muscles round the eyes dur-
ing screaming—Cause of the secretion of tears.............. 140-175

CHAP. VII.—Low SPIRITS, ANXIETY, GRIEF, DEJECTION, DESPAIR.
General effect of grief on the system—Obliquity of the eyebrows under
suffering—On the cause of the obliquity of the eyebrows—On the de-
pression of the corners of the mouth....................... 170-105

CHAP. VIII.—JOT, HIGH SPIRITS, LOVE, TENDER FEELINGS, DEVOTION.

Laughter primarily the expression of joy—Ludicrous ideas—Movements
of the features during laughter—Nature of the sound produced—The
secretion of tears during loud laughter—Gradation from loud laughter
to gentle smiling—High, spirits—The expression of love—Tender feel-
ings—Devotion........................................... 19G-21J)

CHAP. IX,—REFLECTION—MEDITATION—ILL-TEMPER—SULKINESS—

D ETElWkttN ATION.

The act of frowning—Reflection with an effort or with the perception of
something difficult or disagreeable—Abstracted meditation—Ill-tem-
per—Moroseness—Obstinacy—Sulkiness and pouting—Decision or
determination—The firm closure of the mouth.............. 220-23G

CHAP. X.—HATRED AND ANGER.

Hatred—Rage, effects of on the system—Uncovering of the tooth—Rago
in the insane—Anger and indignation—As expressed by the various
races of man—Sneering and defiance—The uncovering of the canine
tooth on one side of the face............................... 237-252

CHAP. XL—DISDAIN—CONTEMPT—DISGUST—GUILT—-PRIDE, ETC.—

HELPLESSNESS—PATIENCE—AFFIRMATION AND NEGATION.
Contempt, scorn and disdain, variously expressed—Derisive smile—
Gestures expressive of contempt—Disgust—Guilt, deceit, pride, etc.—
Helplessness or impotence—Patience—Obstinacy—Shrugging the
shoulders common to most of the races of man— Signs of affirmation
and negation............................................. 253-277