Archive


2016 Talks

KEYNOTE: Interpersonal Sensitivity, Intelligence, and Personality
Frank Bernieri
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KEYNOTE: The Central Role of Nonverbal Immediacy in Communicating and Experiencing Affect
Peter Andersen
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Robust and Accurate First Impressions of Intelligence
Ravin Alaei & Nicholas O. Rule, University of Toronto
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Physician Nonverbal Adaptability: What Enables it and What Are the Consequences for the Patients?
Valérie Carrard & Marianne Schmid Mast, University of Lausanne
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Why Do They Confess?  An Examination of Pre- and Post-Confession Nonverbal Cues
Norah E. Dunbar & Quinten Bernhold, University of California Santa Barbara
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Alcohol and Emotional Contagion: An Examination of the Spreading of Smiles in Male and Female Drinking Groups
Catharine E. Fairbairn, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Michael A. Sayette, University of Pittsburgh
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Nonverbal Reactions to Social Ostracism: Does Ostracism Prompt Us to Reconnect or to Disconnect?
Sally Farley, Deborah Carson, & Terrence Pope, University of Baltimore
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Positive Nonverbal Expressions toward Gay People
Jin X. Goh, Northeastern University; Mollie A. Ruben, VA Boston Healthcare System; Judith A. Hall, Northeastern University
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The Effects of Smile Intensity on Perceptions of Duchenne and Non-Duchenne Smiles
Sarah D. Gunnery, Tufts University; Judith A. Hall, Northeastern University
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The Impact of Facial Expressions on the Perception of Context
Ursula Hess & Shlomo Hareli, Humboldt-University
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Nonverbal Behaviour and Environmental Health: A Story from the North (Arctic Quebec)
P. Plusquellec, University of Montreal; S. W. Jacobson, & J. L. Jacobson, Wayne State University; P. Ayotte, & É. Dewailly, Lavale University; G. Muckle, University of Québec
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Selfie Indulgence: Self-Favoring Biases in Perceptions of Selfies
Daniel E. Re & Nicholas O. Rule, University of Toronto
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Can Emotion Recognition be Trained?
Katja Schlegel & Ishabel Vicaria, Northeastern University
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She is “Intellectual”, but He is “Social”: Impact of Eyeglasses on the First Impression of Teachers
Prof. Swatantra & Rihana Shaik, Indian Institute of Management Indore
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The Detectability of Trustworthiness: New Evidence for an Artifice Effect
John Paul Wilson & Nicholas O. Rule, University of Toronto


2016 Posters

First Impressions:  Office-Based Personality Judgments
Sarah Dyszlewski, Noelle Herzog, & Terrence Horgan, The University of Michigan-Flint
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Expanding the Scope of Trustworthiness: Do Multiple Facets Exist and How Accurately Are They Judged?
Anastasyia Esposito & R. Thomas Boone, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth
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The Impact of Automatically Sensed Applicant Speaking Time and Applicant Extraversion in the Job Interview
Denise Frauendorfer & Marianne Schmid Mast, University of Lausanne;  Laurent Nguyen & Daniel Gatica-Perez, IDIAP Research Institute, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL)
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Affective Similarity Induces Synchrony: Spectrum Analysis of Dyadic Interactions
Ken Fujiwara, Osaka University of Economics; Ikuo Daibo, Tokyo Future University
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Pedestrian Accountability
Heather Jensen, Northeastern University
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Agreeableness Promotes Constructive Conflict Behavior
Kirsten Johnson, Northeastern University
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Unlocking Anxiety Expressions in Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Human and Computerized Observational Approach to the Assessment of Anxiety and Prediction of Biological Stress Responses
Aleksandra Kaurin, Johannes Gutenberg-University;  Nina Mikita, University of Cambridge; Matthew J. Hollocks, Victoria Carter Leno, Alexandra Aslani, Andrew S. Papadopoulos, Simon Harrison, & Pablo Vidal-Ribas Belil, King’s College London; Daniel Mc Duff, Cambridge; Emily Simonoff  & Argyris Stringaris, King’s College London
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Personality and Nonverbal Cues to Emotion Regulation
Nora A. Murphy, Elizabeth Key-Comis, & Cheyenne Weinstein, Loyola Marymount University
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What’s Behavior Got to Do with It? Discovered Lies versus Suspected Lies
Eric Novotny, Michigan State University; Zachary Carr, S.B. Dietrich, Timothy Shaddock, & M.G. Frank, University at Buffalo (SUNY)
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The Effects of Nonverbal Communication Knowledge and Self-Evaluation of Social Skills on Nonverbal Behavior During Conversations
Kazumi Ogawa, Aichi Shukutoku University
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The Constraints of Chronemics on Communication Outcomes in Dual-Tasking
Roger C. Pace & Jonathan M. Bowman, University of San Diego
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Changes in the Ability to Recognize Facial Expression Following a Stress Management Program in Boys with Conduct Disorders
P. Plusquellec, S. Massé, Y. Fouda, & S. Lupien, University of Montreal
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The Myth of the Good Encoder: Encoding as a Multifaceted Ability
Alyssa Raymond, University of Oregon; Frank Bernieri, University of Oregon; Jill Brown, University of Toledo
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The Humanizing Voice: Hearing Speech Makes People More Likely to Infer a Human Source
Juliana Schroeder, UC Berkeley; Nicholas Epley, University of Chicago
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The Organic Chameleon: Naturally Occurring Nonverbal Behaviors in a Nonconscious Behavioral Mimicry Context
Rachelle Smith-Genthôs, Lewis Clark State College; Darcy A. Reich, Texas Tech University
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Nonverbal Expressions of Prestige and Dominance
Zachary Witkower, University of British Columbia; Jessica L. Tracy, University of British Columbia; Joey Cheng, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


2015 Talks and Posters

Emotional Expressions Affect the Perception but not Accuracy of Intelligence Judgments
Ravin Alaei & Nicholas O. Rule (University of Toronto)
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Picture Power: Gender versus Body Pose in Perceived Dominance
April H. Bailey (Yale University) & Spencer D. Kelly (Colgate University)
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Genuineness of Smiles Affects the Impressions We Form about Targets
Elena Canadas & Marianne Schmid Mast (University of Lausanne)(poster)
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Nonverbal Synchrony, Credibility, and Rapport in Interpersonal Decision-Making
Norah Dunbar (University of California, Santa Barbara)(keynote)
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Deceptive Eyes – Automated Blink Detection for Credibility Assessment
Aaron C. Elkins, Judee K. Burgoon, Jay F. Nunamaker Jr., & Nikolaos Sorros (University of Arizona)
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The Expression of Victory and Loss: Estimating Who’s Leading or Trailing from Nonverbal Cues in Sports
Philip Furley (German Sport University Cologne) & Geoffrey Schweizer (University of Heidelberg)
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The Dating Game: The Importance of Female Laughter as a Receptivity Signal
Anthony Garove & Sally Farley (University of Baltimore)
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Accuracy in Detecting Sexism at Zero-Acquaintance
Jin X. Goh & Judith A. Hall (Northeastern University)
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The Relationship Between Facial Expressivity and Experienced Stigma in People with Parkinson’s Disease
Sarah Gunnery & Linda Tickle-Degnen (Tufts University)
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Pathways to Accuracy in Emotion and Social Perception: The View from Adult Development and Aging
Derek Isaacowitz (Northeastern University)(keynote)
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Perceived Assertiveness and Perceived Speed are Higher for Slower and Faster Motion
Jonathan Leclerc, Michael Conway, Heather Woods-Fry, Constantina Giannopoulos, and Noel Nguyen (Concordia University)
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A Face You Can’t Refuse: First Impressions Predict Leadership Rank in Organized Crime
Daniel E. Re & Nicholas O. Rule (University of Toronto)
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The Effect of Provider Communication Style on a Physical Pain Experience in the Laboratory
Mollie A. Ruben (US Department of Veterans Affairs)
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Is Interpersonal Accuracy One Skill, Several Skills, or Many Skills? Insights from Meta-Analysis
Katja Schlegel (Northeastern University), R. Thomas Boone (University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth), & Judith A. Hall (Northeastern University)
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The Sound of Intellect: Speech Conveys Mental Competence, Increasing a Job Candidate’s Appeal
Juliana Schroeder & Nicholas Epley (University of Chicago)
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Nonverbal Behavior and the Management of Chronic Disease
Linda Tickle-Degnen (Tufts University)(keynote)
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2014 Talks

Physician Nonverbal Adaptability Leads to Positive Outcomes
Valérie Carrard, Marianne Schmid Mast, & Gaëtan Cousin (University of Neuchâtel)
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Applicant Nonverbal and Verbal Immediacy in the Job Interview: Same Same But Different?
Denise Frauendorfer & Marianne Schmid Mast (University of Neuchatel)
Matthias Mehl (University of Arizona)
Laurent Nguyen & Daniel Gatica-Perez (IDIAP Research Institute Martigny)
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The Dual Function of Social Gaze
Matthias S. Gobel  (University College London)
Heejung S. Kim (University of California at Santa Barbara)
Daniel C. Richardson (University College London)
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Voice Quality Correlates of Speaker Cardiovascular State
Peter Khooshabeh, Stefan Scherer, William Ryan, C. Brooks Volkman, Brett Ouimette, Marlo Verket, Jonathan Gratch, & James Blascovich (USC Institute for Creative Technologies & UCSB Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences)
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Embodied Empowerment: Female Role Models Empower Women in Leadership Tasks through Body Posture Mimicry
Ioana Latu, Marianne Schmid Mast & Dario Bombari  (University of Neuchâtel)
Joris Lammers (Cologne University)
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What Behaviors and Which Slices? Behavior and Temporal Validity of Five Nonverbal Cues
Nora A. Murphy (Loyola Marymount University)
Mollie A. Ruben & Judith A. Hall (Northeastern University)
Marianne Schmid Mast (University of Neuchatel)
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Intuitive Awareness of Others’ Mimicry: Nonverbal Behavior Elicits Interpersonal “Clicking”
Judith Rachl & Pontus N. Leander (University of Groningen)
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The Big Man Has a Big Mouth: Consensus and Accuracy in Judgments of Leadership from Facial Features
Daniel E. Re & Nicholas O. Rule (University of Toronto)
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Emotional Licensing: Group Membership, Status, and Shifting Standards of Emotional Appropriateness
Jacqueline S. Smith, Marianne LaFrance & John F. Dovidio (Yale University)
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“Tell Me More!”: The Nonverbal Cues of Curiosity during a Social Interaction
Tanya Vacharkulksemsuk (University of California, Berkeley)
Jana M. Lembke (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
Barbara L. Fredrickson (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
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Is there a “Voice” of Certainty? Paralingual Cues as Strategic Signals of Certainty
Alex B. Van Zant (Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley)
Eduardo B. Andrade (Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration)

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2013 Talks and Posters

Normalization of an Emotion Portrayal Stimuli Set
Betz, Gendron, & Barrett (poster)
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Hidden Patterns of Nonverbal Behavior Associated with Truth and Deception
Burgoon, Proudfoot, Wilson, & Schuetzler (brief talk)
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Detecting the Trustworthiness of Novel Partners in Economic Exchange
Dickens & DeSteno (poster)
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Speaking without Words Nonverbal Discomfort when Anticipating Intra- and Intergroup Interactions
Do, Erickson, Marshburn, & Knowles (poster)
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Vocal Deception Detection: The Growing Tension Between Computational Nonverbal Behavior Analysis and Theory
Elkins, Burgoon, & Nunamaker (brief talk)
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Love and Relationship Status as Predictors of the Tendency to Mimic an Attractive Alternative
Farley (brief talk)
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The Deliberate Duchenne Smile and Persuasion
Gunnery & Hall (brief talk)
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Observing the Body to Understand the Mind: Gestures as Evidence for Embodied Thought
Hostetter (keynote)
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Smooth Moves: The Literal “Smoothness” of Nonverbal Behavioral Mimicry
Leander, Rachl, & Chartrand (brief talk)
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Group Differences in Nonverbal Responses to Stereotypes
Meadors & Murray (poster)
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‘I Know Your Pain’ – Proximal and Distal Predictors of Pain Detection Accuracy
Ruben & Hall (brief talk)
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Successful Negotiators: Can They be Distinguished by their Behavior?
Schlegel, Mehu, & Scherer (brief talk)
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Social Sensing for Social Psychology: The Benefits of Automatically Sensing and Analyzing Nonverbal Behavior in Face-to-Face Interactions
Schmid Mast (keynote)
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A Smile, A Smirk, A Grin: Emotional Response to the 2012 Presidential Candidates’ Facial Displays
Stewart & Bucy (poster)
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Longevity Can be Predicted from Facial Appearance
Tong, Zhong, & Rule (brief talk)
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Shall I Rel-eye Upon You?: The Role of the Observer-Target Relationship in Mimetic Desires
Treinen & Corneille (poster)
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The Influence of Holistic Thinking on Processing a Person as a Whole
Tskhay & Rule (brief talk)
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Spotting a Constrained Liar
van ‘t Veer, Stel, & van Beest (poster)
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On the Context-Dependence of Emotion Displays: Gold Medalists’ Expressions of Pride
van Osch, Zeelenberg, & Breugelmans (brief talk)

Schedule


8:00 – 8:45 a.m.: Check-In and Registration

8:45 – 9:00 a.m.: Introductory Remarks: Sally Farley

9:00 – 9:45 a.m.: Ursula Hess, Humboldt University, Berlin:

The Role of Context in the Social Signal Value of Emotions”

9:45 – 10:25 a.m.: Dacher Keltner & Alan Cowen, University of California, Berkeley:

Advances in the Understanding of Emotional Expression: Toward a Science of the Grammar of Social Living”

10:30 – 10:45 a.m.: Coffee break

10:45am – 12:00 p.m.: Brief talks

12:00 – 12:45 p.m.: Lunch (included in registration)

12:50 – 1:50 p.m.: Brief talks

1:50 – 2:50 p.m.: Poster Session (overlaps with coffee break)

2:30 – 2:50 p.m.: Coffee break

2:50 – 3:30 p.m.: Valerie Manusov, University of Washington:

Talking about Nonverbal Communication: How Media Discourse Reveals Beliefs about Unspoken Behavior”

3:35 – 4:15 p.m.: Jeffrey Cohn, University of Pittsburgh, & Robotics Institute, CMU:

Automated Face Analysis and Synthesis for Research and Clinical Use”

4:15 – 4:30 p.m.: Closing Remarks: Judy Hall

Partial funding provided by Springer Science+Business Media, publishers of the Journal of Nonverbal Behavior.