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Despite the results from such approach are easily interpreted and acceptable, studies reported serious problems such as missing much data, the lack of standard set of basic emotions, and the difficulty of distinguishing the basic emotions from complex [23].
Captured inputs have been processed and matched with learner's six basic emotion categories.
A review of the emotions' discrete structure Theories Features Facial expression Paul Ekman (1993) proposed a set of basic emotions that were based on facial expressions; nevertheless, he rejected his own classification when he found some emotions that have no expression and that there are some others that have the same nuances, and thus, it was impossible to differentiate between them.
Section 2 describes the orifical basis of emotion models like OCC emotion model, Ekman's basic emotion theory and fuzzy logic algorithm.
The results further indicated a statistically significant interaction of emotion recognition with both groups, suggesting that six basic emotions (Fear, Anger, Disgust, Sadness, Surprise, and Happiness) were recognized differently by the Individuals with SUD and normal.
Five basic emotions were retained in line with the five emotions related to neuronal circuits, which are defined in the literature, and these are the five circuits described by Panksepp as follows: aggressiveness (Rage, angry), stress (Fear- surprise), developed by LeDoux, reward (Seeking-joy), developed by Tassin, empathy (Panic-sadness), developed by Decety, and consciousness (consciousness-happiness), developed by Damasio.
This is not so even for basic emotions with an evolutionary origin like fear.
Methodology for Analysis and Modeling of Individual Differences (MAMID) was a cognitive architecture consisting of six modules to generate agents basic emotions (Hudlicka, 2005).
In addition to the recordings containing basic emotions, slow and fast neutral styles were added for reference [4], [5].
The response induced by some visual artworks (called by Konecni aesthetic awe) is not a basic emotion but rather a mixture of basic emotions and these response form part of a tripartite hierarchy of aesthetic responses (Konecni, 2005).
Their meta-analysis indicated, furthermore, that in this field, investigating deficits in recognizing facial expressions tied to basic emotions relies on diverse methods.
The reader will learn about knights, monks, and the conflicts and issues experienced during medieval times and realize that the basic emotions of the human race can withstand the test of time.

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