Improve your skills in recognising subtle signs of emotion.
The most comprehensive collection of subtle and mixed expressions of emotion.
55 videos of real people experiencing real emotions
- each with a description and set of stills
34 videos showing signs of positive and negative emotions
- each with a description of body language, identifying the key signs
- in-app purchases removed
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Not what I expected.
You basically get a short description (in my opinion, not very useful), and a short 2-4 second clip. There are no tests or quizzes. The information about the clip is vague, and has not really helped me on my quest to better understand body language/micro expressions. If you are looking for reactions to advertisements, you might like this because that’s what these people are reacting to.
Love this app
I downloaded it today and many of the statements are very accurate but would love to see more detail and more content with emotions which I’m sure it will happen there are millions of emotions. It would be amazing if your work branches off into body language. It’s not hard to find most of these things on the internet so it was kind of weird to pay 5 dollars but there was two I was debating and I gave this app a shot I don’t pay for apps usually. It would also be nice to be able to hear the people because as you know the voice changes as well as emotions and body language. It would be nice to know if someone is lying or not? Just some thoughts but other than those thoughts the app is one hundred percent working and I have learned more about things that have not been clarified so worth the 5 bucks spent. Thank you so much you keep up the good work John keep working hard! Things will work out really well. Going to use this app a lot if I’m unsure of emotions people get confusing so often it’s hard to read in real life as time goes on would also be nice if you could give tips on how to read these things in real life.
Is this based off the Sanchez-Gomez & Breso MEIT published in 2019?
I’m trying to find the MEIT theorized in an article published in the November 2019 issue of “Sustainability” titled “ The mobile emotional intelligence test (MEIT): and ability test to assess emotional intelligence at work,” authored by Martin Sanchez-Gomez and Edgar Breso.
The pictures and formatting shown here looks similar to the pictures(albeit different people) in their research paper.
If I wanted to use this for my work group, is there some sort of group discount offered?
Look forward to learning more...
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.