Presentation 2004/12/9
Effect of smile for detection of facial parts
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Abstract(in English) In cases of patients with cleft lip and palate, their deformity of nose and/or their skew of mouth are perceptually less salient, when they show smiling. Three experiments were conducted to investigate effects of smile for detection of facial parts. The detection of dot in face, either smiling or neutral face, was carried out in Experiment 1 and 2. The detection of enlargement of facial part, any one of eyes, nose, or mouth, was carried out in Experiment 3. The results showed the smile has the inhibited influence for the detections of both dot and enlargement of facial part
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Keyword(in English) Smile / Facial expression / Perception of face / Salient feature of face
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Title (in English) Effect of smile for detection of facial parts
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Keyword(1) Smile
Keyword(2) Facial expression
Keyword(3) Perception of face
Keyword(4) Salient feature of face
1st Author's Name Ken MASAME
1st Author's Affiliation School of Nursing, Miyagi University()
Date 2004/12/9
Paper # HIP2004-68
Volume (vol) vol.104
Number (no) 525
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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