Nonverbal Behavior and Social Psychology

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Nonverbal behavior is most commonly discussed in terms of its sep- arate channels or modalities, that is, one chapter on distance, another on gaze, a third on facial expression, and so forth. Representative of this approach are a text by Knapp (1978), Harper, Wiens, and Ma- tarazzo's (1978) scholarly review, Weitz's (1979) book of readings, and Siegman and Feldstein's (1978) edited volume of chapters by prom- inent researchers. This book examines nonverbal behavior from a different per- spective. It is organized around ...

Nonverbal Behavior and Social Psychology 2013, Springer

ISBN-13: 9781468441833

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Nonverbal Behavior and Social Psychology 1982, Springer, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780306409523

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