By H. J. Eysenck (auth.), Hans J. Eysenck, Glenn D. Wilson (eds.)
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It is difficult to study the perception of real faces since we do not know what their important dimensions 25 of variation are. Artificial stimuli of such complexity are difficult to produce and the schematic faces that have been studied are rather far from reality. 11). They demonstrated that when people judged the faces for degree of friendliness they combined the three features in a consistent manner. Thus, knowing the state of the three features, one could predict how friendly a particular person would find that face.
1 (a) The display face is shown by aggressive chimpanzees, especially during their charging displays or when attacking others. (b) A full closed grin (upper and lower front teeth showing, but with jaws closed), is the expression of a chimpanzee who is probably less frightened or excited than one showing an open grin (upper and lower front teeth showing, jaws open). 'If the human nervous or social smile has its equivalent expression in the chimpanzee it is, without doubt, the closed grin' (Jane van Lawick-Goodall, 1971).
The a priori construction of questionnaires and the naive notion that because a questionnaire is given a particular label it therefore measures that particular trait have had to be abandoned. Very careful validation techniques and statistical analyses are required to sort out this kind of problem. Eysenck (1969) has tried to structure the whole field of personality in terms of independent dimensions. Three major dimensions have been described to date: neuroticism, introversion-extroversion and psychoticism.
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