Subtle Expression Recognition Training
Use the Matsumoto Method to learn Subtle Expressions
Created by Dr. David Matsumoto and Dr. Hyi Sung Hwang, Humintell’s SubX Subtle Expression Training courses were originally funded by and developed for US government agencies. Subtle expressions are often very difficult to see because they’re of low intensity. Recent research suggests that the ability to detect subtle expressions may be especially important for detecting deception, or for just learning to see the signs of concealed emotions.
All trainings have no time limit and are accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through our training website. All licenses expire 1 year from date of purchase. Simply purchase the training, create an account and register your product key that you receive via email. It’s that simple.
Subtle Expression Recognition Online Training
*We recommend you take microexpression training prior to subtle expression training*
Beginning Subtle Expression Recognition Training:
$29.00 Learn More
$79.00 Learn More
Intermediate Subtle Expression Recognition Training:
$89.00 Learn More
Advanced Subtle Expression Recognition Training:
Additional Supplemental Subtle Expression Training:
SubX™ Additional Training
*Please note that this additional training is meant to supplement SubX and contains only practice images
$10.00 Learn More
If you score at least 80% on the post test at a speed of at least 200msec, you’ll receive a certificate of completion. The better you do on the post test, the better your level of expertise will be on your certificate. You are able to take the post test as many times as you like.
Our online training was developed to be accessed with Internet Explorer Version 7.0 (or higher) or Firefox Version 3.0 (or higher).
While usage may be fine with other browsers, we cannot guarantee compatibility.
For a recent blog post on how subtle expressions could be the key to detecting deception, click here
How is our training different than SETT?
SubX features a baseline test, 13 instructional videos, a practice test with 70 color images and a post test. SETT features no baseline or post test and contains only 37 practice images in black and white.
SubX features instructional videos complete with full video and audio capabilities whereas SETT training contains only written verbiage.
SubX also contains better images-representing multiple ethnicities, genders and age groups whereas SETT features images from only one individual.
SubX contains an instructional video on how to identify expressions when portions of the face are hidden or covered. SETT does not contain this feature.