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Table of Contents
|Perspectives on Defining and Understanding Nonverbal Communication||p. 3|
|Perspectives on Nonverbal Communication Skills||p. 21|
|Perspectives on Nonverbal Research Methods||p. 27|
|The Effect of Television Advertising and Programming on Body Image Distortions in Young Women||p. 50|
|HurryDate: Mate Preferences in Action||p. 59|
|Beauty and the Labor Market||p. 69|
|Women's Appearance and Clothing within Organizations||p. 74|
|Black Uniforms and Aggression in Professional Sports||p. 82|
|The Smell of Love||p. 86|
|The Effects of Perfume Use on Perceptions of Attractiveness and Competence||p. 94|
|Hand Movements||p. 105|
|Initiating Interaction: Greetings and Beckonings across the World||p. 109|
|Eye Contact: The Core of Interpersonal Relatedness||p. 119|
|Civil Inattention Exists - in Elevators||p. 130|
|Social and Emotional Messages of Smiling||p. 139|
|Nonverbal Behavior and the Outcome of Selection Interviews||p. 144|
|Vocal Attractiveness: What Sounds Beautiful Is Good||p. 153|
|The Sounds of Seduction and Affection||p. 160|
|Characteristics of Vocal Communication between Young Adults and their Parents and Grandparents||p. 169|
|The Power of Silence in Communication||p. 175|
|Proxemics and Haptics in Managerial Communication||p. 184|
|Perceived Retail Crowding and Shopping Satisfaction||p. 191|
|The Unbearable Likeness of Being Digital: The Persistence of Nonverbal Social Norms in Online Virtual Environments||p. 203|
|Tie-Signs in a Public Setting: Relationship and Sex Differences||p. 209|
|Public Touch Behavior in Romantic Relationships between Men and Women||p. 217|
|The Midas Touch: The Effects of Interpersonal Touch on Restaurant Tipping||p. 226|
|Relational Violence: The Darkest Side of Haptic Communication||p. 232|
|Time in Perspective||p. 245|
|Monochronic and Polychrome Time||p. 254|
|The Experience of Time at Work||p. 258|
|Physical Activity and the Built Environment||p. 270|
|Communicating with Color||p. 287|
|"Stop" Signs: Regulating Privacy with Environmental Features||p. 289|
|The 30-Sec Sale: Using Thin-Slice Judgments to Evaluate Sales Effectiveness||p. 304|
|Stereotypes and Nonverbal Cues: Showing How We Feel about Others during Cross-Cultural Interactions||p. 314|
|The Effects of Channel-Consistent and Channel-Inconsistent Interpersonal Feedback on the Formation of Metaperceptions||p. 321|
|A Role for Nonverbal Communication in Counterterrorism||p. 335|
|Nonverbal Behavior in Intimate Interactions||p. 346|
|Verbal and Nonverbal Cues that Convey Interest in Dating: Two Studies||p. 353|
|Nonverbal Behaviors that Contribute to Healthy or Destructive Family Functioning||p. 360|
|Does Sexual Orientation Have an Impact on Nonverbal Behavior in Interpersonal Communication?||p. 370|
|Nonverbal Communication in Doctor-Patient Relationships||p. 384|
|Varieties of Emotional Cues in Everyday Life||p. 397|
|Expressing and Managing Emotion with Nonverbal Communication||p. 402|
|Culture and Facial Expressions of Emotion||p. 411|
|Interpersonal Deception Theory||p. 421|
|Can You Tell When Someone la Lying to You?||p. 432|
|Credibility Judgments of Detectives: The Impact of Nonverbal Behavior, Social Skills, and Physical Characteristics on Impression Formation||p. 441|
|Positions of Power: Status and Dominance in Organizational Communication||p. 450|
|The Influence of Nonverbal Behaviors in Compliance-Gaining Processes||p. 468|
|Nonverbal Communication as a Persuasion Tool||p. 478|
|Accommodating Nonverbally||p. 491|
|Expectancy Violations Theory||p. 503|
|Building and Sustaining Personal Relationships: A Cognitive Valence Explanation||p. 511|
|Converging on the Phenomenon of Interpersonal Adaptation: Interaction Adaptation Theory||p. 521|
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