RECOGNITION OF FACIAL MICRO EXPRESSIONS OF EMOTIONS DEPENDING ON PROFESSIONAL ORIENTATION, SATISFACTION WITH LIFE AND SOCIAL BACKGROUND OF STUDENTS

Bojan Milivoje Veljkovic

DOI Number
10.22190/TEME1804061V
First page
1061
Last page
1080

Abstract


The aim of this research was to examine if there is a difference regarding the successfulness of observation of facial micro expressions of basic emotions among students depending on their professional orientation, social background and self-assessment of satisfaction with life. The instruments used were a computer program for examining the ability to observe basic emotions based on micro expressions of the face and SWLS- Satisfaction with life scale. The results showed that there is a connection between the self-assessment of satisfaction with life and the accuracy of observation of micro facial expressions of basic emotions. When it comes to the successfulness of observation of facial micro expressions of basic emotions, there is no difference between students from the city and the village, or between the subsamples of students of different social backgrounds.


Keywords

facial micro expressions, basic emotions, satisfaction with life, professional orientation, social background

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