The Picture Arrangement Test is a psychological test performed by giving the subject pictures of a person with various facial expressions. The administor of the test then has the subject tell a story based on the images. It was created by Silvan Tomkins who used it to practice reading facial expressions by watching a recording of the story being told with no sound.

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  • [1] The Naked Face, The New Yorker 2002
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