Summary. Facial expression is a mode of close-proximity non-vocal communication used by primates and is produced by mimetic/facial musculature. Arguably.
Bioessays. 2008 Mar;30(3):212-25. doi: 10.1002/bies.20719. The facial expression musculature in primates and its evolutionary significance. Burrows AM(1).
Primate facial expression has long been studied within a framework of emotion that has heavily influenced both theoretical approaches and scientific methods.
PRIMATE FACES AND FACIAL EXPRESSION 247. To this end, I will introduce some representative primate faces, and briefly discuss the evolutionary dynamics .
comparison with other primates in his following paper (I959b). He found similarities between the facial expression of catarrhine monkeys and man. In contrast to.