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2. Darwin's Thought on Expressive Mechanisms 45 check the response of observers to various expressions. As he wrote to Crichton-Browne, "In order to test Duchenne's plates I have shown the most characteristic (hiding any indication of what they were meant to express) to between 20 and 30 persons of all kinds, and have recorded their answers: when all or nearly all agree in their answers, I trust him" (June 8, 1870). This use of photographs was entirely novel on Darwin's part, but his most ambitious experiment did not employ photographs.
Piderit (1867) agreed very closely with this interpretation. Piderit (1867) explained expression as "mimicry," and he argued that expression derived from the action of muscles that served to support the sense organs. Thus, the squinting that people do, say in the presence of a very bright light, is mimicked to produce the expression for any unpleasant impression, visual or mental (p. 45). Or the expression produced by efforts to avoid the sensation of a bad-tasting object in the mouth is mimicked by the expression signifying objectionable sensations generally (pp.
Popper, K. R. Objective knowledge: An evolutionary approach. London: Oxford University Press, 1972. Redican, W. K. An evolutionary perspective on human facial displays. In P. ). New York: Cambridge University Press, 1982. Saarni, C. Children's understanding of display rules for expressive behavior, Developmental Psychology, 1979, 25, 424-429. Saarni, C. Suggestions and expectancy in emotional socialization. Paper presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Detroit, April 1983.