Painful facial expressions
The experience of pain is often represented by changes in facial expression. Evidence of pain that is available from facial expression has been the subject of.
Facial expression in pain: A study of candid photographs
Pain is typically assessed by patient self-report. Self-reported pain, however, is difficult to interpret and may be impaired or in some circumstances (i.e., young.
Description:August 28, ; Accepted: Here we found that when identifying pain and discriminating pain from happiness the low-SF condition resulted in better task performance than when presented with just high-SF information. McGrath et al 28 analyzed the indicators used by parents in assessing pain in mentally retarded children. However, we can also look at these different types of information in isolation to see whether they convey similar or different signals in the recognition of facial expressions. For the other responses investigated rest and none , there was no difference between the groups. At the end of this period, the interviewee was asked to reply to the following question: