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The Nonverbal Communication Reader: Classic and Contemporary Readings

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Table of Contents

Perspectives on Defining and Understanding Nonverbal Communicationp. 3
Perspectives on Nonverbal Communication Skillsp. 21
Perspectives on Nonverbal Research Methodsp. 27
The Effect of Television Advertising and Programming on Body Image Distortions in Young Womenp. 50
HurryDate: Mate Preferences in Actionp. 59
Beauty and the Labor Marketp. 69
Women's Appearance and Clothing within Organizationsp. 74
Black Uniforms and Aggression in Professional Sportsp. 82
The Smell of Lovep. 86
The Effects of Perfume Use on Perceptions of Attractiveness and Competencep. 94
Hand Movementsp. 105
Initiating Interaction: Greetings and Beckonings across the Worldp. 109
Eye Contact: The Core of Interpersonal Relatednessp. 119
Civil Inattention Exists - in Elevatorsp. 130
Social and Emotional Messages of Smilingp. 139
Nonverbal Behavior and the Outcome of Selection Interviewsp. 144
Vocal Attractiveness: What Sounds Beautiful Is Goodp. 153
The Sounds of Seduction and Affectionp. 160
Characteristics of Vocal Communication between Young Adults and their Parents and Grandparentsp. 169
The Power of Silence in Communicationp. 175
Proxemics and Haptics in Managerial Communicationp. 184
Perceived Retail Crowding and Shopping Satisfactionp. 191
The Unbearable Likeness of Being Digital: The Persistence of Nonverbal Social Norms in Online Virtual Environmentsp. 203
Tie-Signs in a Public Setting: Relationship and Sex Differencesp. 209
Public Touch Behavior in Romantic Relationships between Men and Womenp. 217
The Midas Touch: The Effects of Interpersonal Touch on Restaurant Tippingp. 226
Relational Violence: The Darkest Side of Haptic Communicationp. 232
Time in Perspectivep. 245
Monochronic and Polychrome Timep. 254
The Experience of Time at Workp. 258
Physical Activity and the Built Environmentp. 270
Communicating with Colorp. 287
"Stop" Signs: Regulating Privacy with Environmental Featuresp. 289
The 30-Sec Sale: Using Thin-Slice Judgments to Evaluate Sales Effectivenessp. 304
Stereotypes and Nonverbal Cues: Showing How We Feel about Others during Cross-Cultural Interactionsp. 314
The Effects of Channel-Consistent and Channel-Inconsistent Interpersonal Feedback on the Formation of Metaperceptionsp. 321
A Role for Nonverbal Communication in Counterterrorismp. 335
Nonverbal Behavior in Intimate Interactionsp. 346
Verbal and Nonverbal Cues that Convey Interest in Dating: Two Studiesp. 353
Nonverbal Behaviors that Contribute to Healthy or Destructive Family Functioningp. 360
Does Sexual Orientation Have an Impact on Nonverbal Behavior in Interpersonal Communication?p. 370
Nonverbal Communication in Doctor-Patient Relationshipsp. 384
Varieties of Emotional Cues in Everyday Lifep. 397
Expressing and Managing Emotion with Nonverbal Communicationp. 402
Culture and Facial Expressions of Emotionp. 411
Interpersonal Deception Theoryp. 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 Formationp. 441
Positions of Power: Status and Dominance in Organizational Communicationp. 450
The Influence of Nonverbal Behaviors in Compliance-Gaining Processesp. 468
Nonverbal Communication as a Persuasion Toolp. 478
Accommodating Nonverballyp. 491
Expectancy Violations Theoryp. 503
Building and Sustaining Personal Relationships: A Cognitive Valence Explanationp. 511
Converging on the Phenomenon of Interpersonal Adaptation: Interaction Adaptation Theoryp. 521
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