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From the moment young Egan arrives in Instep for the annual fair, he is entranced by the fable surrounding the misty peak of Kneeknock Rise: On stormy nights when the rain drives harsh and cold, an undiscovered creature raises its voice and moans. Nobody knows what it is--nobody has ever dared to try to find out and come back again. Before long, Egan is climbing the Rise to find an answer to the mystery."Kneeknock Rise" is a 1971 Newbery Honor Book.
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Part I. Introduction: 1. What does a facial expression mean? James A. Russell and Jos�-Miguel Fern�ndez-Dols; 2. Methods for the study of facial behavior Hugh Wagner; Part II. Three Broad Theoretical Frameworks: 3. Emotions and facial expressions: a perspective from differential emotions theory Carroll E. Izard; 4. Facial expressons as modes of action readiness Nico H. Frijda and Anna Tcherkassof; 5. The new ethology of human facial expressions Alan J. Fridlund; Part III. With a Biological and Developmental Focus: 6. Animal sounds and human faces: do they have anything in common? Peter Marler and Cristopher Evans; 7. Yawns, laughs, smiles, tickles and talking: naturalistic and laboratory studies of facial action and social communication Robert R. Provine; 8. A neurobehavioral approach to the recognition of facial expressions in infancy Charles A. Nelson and Michelle de Haan; 9. A dynamic systems approach to infant facial action Daniel S. Messinger, Alan Fogel and K. Laurie Dickson; Part IV. With a Psychological and Social Focus: 10. A componential approach to the meaning of facial expressions Craig A. Smith and Heather S. Scott; 11. Spontaneous facial behavior during intense emotional episodes: artistic truth and optical truth Jos�-Miguel Fern�ndez-Dols and Maria-Angeles Ruiz-Belda; 12. Is the meaning perceived in facial expression independent of its context Jos�-Miguel Fern�ndez-Dols and James M. Carroll; 13 Reading emotions from and into faces: resurrecting a dimensional-contextual approach James A. Russell; 14. Facing others: a social communicative perspective on facial displays Nicole Chovil; 15. Faces in dialogue Janet Beavin and Nicole Chovil; Part V. Integrative Summary: 16. Faces: an epilogue and reconceptualization G. P. Ginsburg.
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