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Ansiktsuttryck i kontext - En studie i hur uppfattning av ansiktsuttryck ändras av emotionell kontext

Sandell, Ludvig LU and Lilliehöök, Camilla LU (2013) PSYK01 20131
Department of Psychology
Abstract (Swedish)
Denna uppsats är baserad på och syftar till att replikera delar av en tidigare studie gjord av Carrera-Levillain och Fernandez-Dols (1994). Det är en studie om hur ansiktsuttryck bedöms beroende på vad för emotionell information ansiktet är kombinerat med.
Studien gjordes som en kvantitativ undersökning och baseras på en enkät som gjordes via internet. I undersökningen användes 18 ansikten, 8 emotionella och 10 neutrala. 18 känslomässiga historier tagna från Carrera-Levillain och Fernandez-Dols (1994) användes. Deltagarna randomiserades in i tre grupper, (1) bedöma endast ansikte, (2) bedöma endast historien och (3) bedöma en kombination av ett ansikte och en historia. 8 kombinationer gjordes medvetet inkongruenta. Bedömningarna gjordes... (More)
Denna uppsats är baserad på och syftar till att replikera delar av en tidigare studie gjord av Carrera-Levillain och Fernandez-Dols (1994). Det är en studie om hur ansiktsuttryck bedöms beroende på vad för emotionell information ansiktet är kombinerat med.
Studien gjordes som en kvantitativ undersökning och baseras på en enkät som gjordes via internet. I undersökningen användes 18 ansikten, 8 emotionella och 10 neutrala. 18 känslomässiga historier tagna från Carrera-Levillain och Fernandez-Dols (1994) användes. Deltagarna randomiserades in i tre grupper, (1) bedöma endast ansikte, (2) bedöma endast historien och (3) bedöma en kombination av ett ansikte och en historia. 8 kombinationer gjordes medvetet inkongruenta. Bedömningarna gjordes på två niogradiga skalor (Positiv/Negativ och Nivå av arousal). Enkäten fick 153 svar.
Resultaten visade på att ansiktena var den dominerande emotionella bäraren vid kombination av ansiktsuttryck och känslomässiga kontextuella situationer. Bedömningen av kombinationen låg alltid närmare bedömning av de enskilda ansiktena än vad den gjorde de enskilda historierna. (Less)
Abstract
This thesis is supposed to, by large parts, replicate an earlier study made by
Carrera-Levillain and Fernandez-Dols (1994). This study is aimed towards facial
expression and how different emotional context might make us interpret the
expression wrongly. This is a quantitive study entirerly based upon a websurvey.
The content of the survey was built up by 18 pictures of faces, 10 of them of neutral
facial expression and 8 of different emotions, and 18 situational stories of different
emotional interpretation taken from Carrera-Levillain and Fernandez-Dols (1994)
original thesis. The people participating in our survey were randomized in to 1 of 3
different groups, (1) rate the faces only, (2) rate the stories only, (3) rate a... (More)
This thesis is supposed to, by large parts, replicate an earlier study made by
Carrera-Levillain and Fernandez-Dols (1994). This study is aimed towards facial
expression and how different emotional context might make us interpret the
expression wrongly. This is a quantitive study entirerly based upon a websurvey.
The content of the survey was built up by 18 pictures of faces, 10 of them of neutral
facial expression and 8 of different emotions, and 18 situational stories of different
emotional interpretation taken from Carrera-Levillain and Fernandez-Dols (1994)
original thesis. The people participating in our survey were randomized in to 1 of 3
different groups, (1) rate the faces only, (2) rate the stories only, (3) rate a
combination of a face and a story. 8 of the combinations were made incongruent.
The ratings were done by filling out two 9 point forms, one rating your
Positive/Negative feeling and the other your Arousal level. The results showed that
the face was the dominating factor in the combination. The rating of the
combination was closer to the lonely face than to the lonely story. (Less)
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author
Sandell, Ludvig LU and Lilliehöök, Camilla LU
supervisor
organization
course
PSYK01 20131
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Emotionella ansiktsuttryck, Neutrala ansiktsuttryck, Emotioner, Ansiktsuttryck, facial expression, emotions, Goodenough-Tinker Paradigm, emotional facial expression, neutral facial expression
language
Swedish
id
4239120
date added to LUP
2014-02-12 08:45:46
date last changed
2014-02-12 08:45:46
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Carrera-Levillain and Fernandez-Dols (1994). This study is aimed towards facial 
expression and how different emotional context might make us interpret the 
expression wrongly. This is a quantitive study entirerly based upon a websurvey. 
The content of the survey was built up by 18 pictures of faces, 10 of them of neutral 
facial expression and 8 of different emotions, and 18 situational stories of different 
emotional interpretation taken from Carrera-Levillain and Fernandez-Dols (1994) 
original thesis. The people participating in our survey were randomized in to 1 of 3 
different groups, (1) rate the faces only, (2) rate the stories only, (3) rate a 
combination of a face and a story. 8 of the combinations were made incongruent. 
The ratings were done by filling out two 9 point forms, one rating your 
Positive/Negative feeling and the other your Arousal level. The results showed that 
the face was the dominating factor in the combination. The rating of the 
combination was closer to the lonely face than to the lonely story.},
  author       = {Sandell, Ludvig and Lilliehöök, Camilla},
  keyword      = {Emotionella ansiktsuttryck,Neutrala ansiktsuttryck,Emotioner,Ansiktsuttryck,facial expression,emotions,Goodenough-Tinker Paradigm,emotional facial expression,neutral facial expression},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Ansiktsuttryck i kontext - En studie i hur uppfattning av ansiktsuttryck ändras av emotionell kontext},
  year         = {2013},
}