Presentation 2004/12/9
Effect of facial motion on impression of smile
Hanae ISHI, Miyuki KAMACHI, Jiro GYOBA,
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Abstract(in English) In the present study, we investigated the effect of the presentation types and smile intensity on perceived positive impression of smiling face. Morphed facial images were presented under the three conditions of single-static, double-static and dynamic presentation. In the single-static presentation, a simile face was presented statically. In double-static presentation, a smile face was presented after a neutral face, while a neutral face gradually varied to a smile face in the dynamic presentation. The levels of peak smile intensity was selected from 0%, 30%, 60%, 90%, 120%. We conducted the impression-rating experiment using five evaluative adjectives such as attractive, kind, active, powerful, graceful, with 7-point scales. The results showed that dynamic presentation partially enhanced evaluation of beauty-related aspects of smile faces, whereas the effect was small. In contrast, the level of smile intensity affected all of the evaluative items.
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Keyword(in English) dynamic presentation / static presentation / smile / perceived impression
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Title (in English) Effect of facial motion on impression of smile
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Keyword(1) dynamic presentation
Keyword(2) static presentation
Keyword(3) smile
Keyword(4) perceived impression
1st Author's Name Hanae ISHI
1st Author's Affiliation Faculty of Arts and Letters, Tohoku Univ.:ATR Human Information Science Lab.()
2nd Author's Name Miyuki KAMACHI
2nd Author's Affiliation ATR Human Information Science Lab.
3rd Author's Name Jiro GYOBA
3rd Author's Affiliation Faculty of Arts and Letters, Tohoku Univ.
Date 2004/12/9
Paper # HIP2004-67
Volume (vol) vol.104
Number (no) 525
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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