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

CONTENTS.                                   y

CHAP. XII.—STTRPBISE—ASTONISHMENT—FEAB—HOBEOE.
Surprise, astonishment—Elevation of the ej'ebrows—Opening the mouth
—Protrusion of the lips—Gestures accompanying surprise—Admira-
tion—Fear—Terror—Erection of the hair—Contraction of the platys-
ma muscle—Dilatation of the pupils—Horror—Conclusion.

Pages 278-308

CHAP. XIII.—SELF-ATTENTION—SHAME—SHYNESS—MODESTY :
BLUSHING.

Nature of a blush—Inheritance—The parts of the body most affected-
Blushing in the various races of man—Accompanying gestures—Con-
fusion of mind—Causes of blushing—Self-attention, the fundamental
element—Shyness—Shame, from broken moral laws and conventional
rules—Modesty—Theory of blushing—Recapitulation....... 30y-34t>

CHAP. XIV.—CONCLUDING REMARKS AND SUMMARY.
The three leading principles which have determined the chief move-
ments of expression—Their inheritance—On the part which, the will
and intention have played in the acquirement of various expressions
—The instinctive recognition of expression—The bearing of our sub-
ject on the specific unity of tbe races of man—On the successive ac-
quirement of various expressions by the progenitors of man—The im-
portance of expression—Conclusion........................ S47-3G6