2016 Talks

KEYNOTE: Interpersonal Sensitivity, Intelligence, and Personality
Frank Bernieri

KEYNOTE: The Central Role of Nonverbal Immediacy in Communicating and Experiencing Affect
Peter Andersen

Robust and Accurate First Impressions of Intelligence
Ravin Alaei & Nicholas O. Rule, University of Toronto

Physician Nonverbal Adaptability: What Enables it and What Are the Consequences for the Patients?
Valérie Carrard & Marianne Schmid Mast, University of Lausanne

Why Do They Confess?  An Examination of Pre- and Post-Confession Nonverbal Cues
Norah E. Dunbar & Quinten Bernhold, University of California Santa Barbara

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

Nonverbal Reactions to Social Ostracism: Does Ostracism Prompt Us to Reconnect or to Disconnect?
Sally Farley, Deborah Carson, & Terrence Pope, University of Baltimore

Positive Nonverbal Expressions toward Gay People
Jin X. Goh, Northeastern University; Mollie A. Ruben, VA Boston Healthcare System; Judith A. Hall, Northeastern University

The Effects of Smile Intensity on Perceptions of Duchenne and Non-Duchenne Smiles
Sarah D. Gunnery, Tufts University; Judith A. Hall, Northeastern University

The Impact of Facial Expressions on the Perception of Context
Ursula Hess & Shlomo Hareli, Humboldt-University

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

Selfie Indulgence: Self-Favoring Biases in Perceptions of Selfies
Daniel E. Re & Nicholas O. Rule, University of Toronto

Can Emotion Recognition be Trained?
Katja Schlegel & Ishabel Vicaria, Northeastern University

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

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

Expanding the Scope of Trustworthiness: Do Multiple Facets Exist and How Accurately Are They Judged?
Anastasyia Esposito & R. Thomas Boone, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth

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)

Affective Similarity Induces Synchrony: Spectrum Analysis of Dyadic Interactions
Ken Fujiwara, Osaka University of Economics; Ikuo Daibo, Tokyo Future University

Pedestrian Accountability
Heather Jensen, Northeastern University

Agreeableness Promotes Constructive Conflict Behavior
Kirsten Johnson, Northeastern University

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

Personality and Nonverbal Cues to Emotion Regulation
Nora A. Murphy, Elizabeth Key-Comis, & Cheyenne Weinstein, Loyola Marymount University

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)

The Effects of Nonverbal Communication Knowledge and Self-Evaluation of Social Skills on Nonverbal Behavior During Conversations
Kazumi Ogawa, Aichi Shukutoku University

The Constraints of Chronemics on Communication Outcomes in Dual-Tasking
Roger C. Pace & Jonathan M. Bowman, University of San Diego

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

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

The Humanizing Voice: Hearing Speech Makes People More Likely to Infer a Human Source
Juliana Schroeder, UC Berkeley; Nicholas Epley, University of Chicago

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

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)

Picture Power: Gender versus Body Pose in Perceived Dominance
April H. Bailey (Yale University) & Spencer D. Kelly (Colgate University)

Genuineness of Smiles Affects the Impressions We Form about Targets
Elena Canadas & Marianne Schmid Mast (University of Lausanne)(poster)

Nonverbal Synchrony, Credibility, and Rapport in Interpersonal Decision-Making
Norah Dunbar (University of California, Santa Barbara)(keynote)

Deceptive Eyes – Automated Blink Detection for Credibility Assessment
Aaron C. Elkins, Judee K. Burgoon, Jay F. Nunamaker Jr., & Nikolaos Sorros (University of Arizona)

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)

The Dating Game: The Importance of Female Laughter as a Receptivity Signal
Anthony Garove & Sally Farley (University of Baltimore)

Accuracy in Detecting Sexism at Zero-Acquaintance
Jin X. Goh & Judith A. Hall (Northeastern University)

The Relationship Between Facial Expressivity and Experienced Stigma in People with Parkinson’s Disease
Sarah Gunnery & Linda Tickle-Degnen (Tufts University)

Pathways to Accuracy in Emotion and Social Perception: The View from Adult Development and Aging
Derek Isaacowitz (Northeastern University)(keynote)

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)

A Face You Can’t Refuse: First Impressions Predict Leadership Rank in Organized Crime
Daniel E. Re & Nicholas O. Rule (University of Toronto)

The Effect of Provider Communication Style on a Physical Pain Experience in the Laboratory
Mollie A. Ruben (US Department of Veterans Affairs)

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)

The Sound of Intellect: Speech Conveys Mental Competence, Increasing a Job Candidate’s Appeal
Juliana Schroeder & Nicholas Epley (University of Chicago)
Nonverbal Behavior and the Management of Chronic Disease
Linda Tickle-Degnen (Tufts University)(keynote)

2014 Talks

Physician Nonverbal Adaptability Leads to Positive Outcomes
Valérie Carrard, Marianne Schmid Mast, & Gaëtan Cousin (University of Neuchâtel)

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)

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)

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)

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)

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)

Intuitive Awareness of Others’ Mimicry: Nonverbal Behavior Elicits Interpersonal “Clicking”
Judith Rachl & Pontus N. Leander (University of Groningen)

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)

Emotional Licensing: Group Membership, Status, and Shifting Standards of Emotional Appropriateness
Jacqueline S. Smith, Marianne LaFrance & John F. Dovidio (Yale University)

“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)

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)


2013 Talks and Posters

Normalization of an Emotion Portrayal Stimuli Set
Betz, Gendron, & Barrett (poster)

Hidden Patterns of Nonverbal Behavior Associated with Truth and Deception
Burgoon, Proudfoot, Wilson, & Schuetzler (brief talk)

Detecting the Trustworthiness of Novel Partners in Economic Exchange
Dickens & DeSteno (poster)

Speaking without Words Nonverbal Discomfort when Anticipating Intra- and Intergroup Interactions
Do, Erickson, Marshburn, & Knowles (poster)

Vocal Deception Detection: The Growing Tension Between Computational Nonverbal Behavior Analysis and Theory
Elkins, Burgoon, & Nunamaker (brief talk)

Love and Relationship Status as Predictors of the Tendency to Mimic an Attractive Alternative
Farley (brief talk)

The Deliberate Duchenne Smile and Persuasion
Gunnery & Hall (brief talk)

Observing the Body to Understand the Mind: Gestures as Evidence for Embodied Thought
Hostetter (keynote)

Smooth Moves: The Literal “Smoothness” of Nonverbal Behavioral Mimicry
Leander, Rachl, & Chartrand (brief talk)

Group Differences in Nonverbal Responses to Stereotypes
Meadors & Murray (poster)

‘I Know Your Pain’ – Proximal and Distal Predictors of Pain Detection Accuracy
Ruben & Hall (brief talk)

Successful Negotiators: Can They be Distinguished by their Behavior?
Schlegel, Mehu, & Scherer (brief talk)

Social Sensing for Social Psychology: The Benefits of Automatically Sensing and Analyzing Nonverbal Behavior in Face-to-Face Interactions
Schmid Mast (keynote)

A Smile, A Smirk, A Grin: Emotional Response to the 2012 Presidential Candidates’ Facial Displays
Stewart & Bucy (poster)

Longevity Can be Predicted from Facial Appearance
Tong, Zhong, & Rule (brief talk)

Shall I Rel-eye Upon You?: The Role of the Observer-Target Relationship in Mimetic Desires
Treinen & Corneille (poster)

The Influence of Holistic Thinking on Processing a Person as a Whole
Tskhay & Rule (brief talk)

Spotting a Constrained Liar
van ‘t Veer, Stel, & van Beest (poster)

On the Context-Dependence of Emotion Displays: Gold Medalists’ Expressions of Pride
van Osch, Zeelenberg, & Breugelmans (brief talk)


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.