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    Microexpressions Differentiate Truths From Lies About Future Malicious Intent.David Matsumoto & Hyisung C. Hwang - 2018 - Frontiers in Psychology 9.
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    American-Japanese Cultural Differences in Judgements of Emotional Expressions of Different Intensities.David Matsumoto, Theodora Consolacion, Hiroshi Yamada, Ryuta Suzuki, Brenda Franklin, Sunita Paul, Rebecca Ray & Hideko Uchida - 2002 - Cognition and Emotion 16 (6):721-747.
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    American-Japanese Cultural Differences in Judgements of Expression Intensity and Subjective Experience.David Matsumoto - 1999 - Cognition and Emotion 13 (2):201-218.
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    Commentary: Electrophysiological Evidence Reveals Differences Between the Recognition of Microexpressions and Macroexpressions.David Matsumoto & Hyisung C. Hwang - 2019 - Frontiers in Psychology 10.
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    Consciousness, Volition, and the Neuropsychology of Facial Expressions of Emotion.David Matsumoto & Mija Lee - 1993 - Consciousness and Cognition 2 (3):237-54.
    Although we have learned much about the neuropsychological control of facial expressions of emotion, there is still much work to do. We suggest that future work integrate advances in our theoretical understanding of the roles of volition and consciousness in the elicitation of emotion and the production of facial expressions with advances in our understanding of its underlying neurophysiology. We first review the facial musculature and the neural paths thought to innervate it, as well as previous attempts at understanding the (...)
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    Methodological Issues Regarding Cross-Cultural Studies of Judgments of Facial Expressions.David Matsumoto & Hyisung C. Hwang - 2017 - Emotion Review 9 (4):375-382.
    We discuss four methodological issues regarding cross-cultural judgment studies of facial expressions of emotion involving design, sampling, stimuli, and dependent variables. We use examples of relatively recent studies in this area to highlight and discuss these issues. We contend that careful consideration of these, and other, cross-cultural methodological issues can help researchers minimize methodological errors, and can guide the field to address new and different research questions that can continue to facilitate an evolution in the field’s thinking about the nature (...)
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    Emotional Frankness and Friendship in Polish Culture.David Matsumoto, Katarzyna Cantarero & Piotr Szarota - 2015 - Polish Psychological Bulletin 46 (2):181-185.
    According to Wierzbicka, one of the core values of Polish culture is sincerity and emotional frankness, in this study we tested this assumption analyzing display rules operating between friends. 100 respondents completed modified version of the Display Rule Assessment Inventory. Results show that Polish participants endorse more expression with close friends than with acquaintances and strangers. The obtained differences between those groups were quite large and similar to a pattern typical for collectivistic cultures. On the other hand, we reported high (...)
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