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Markova, C. Foppa Eds. Cambridge, Eng: Cambridge University Press. The communicative value of conversational hand gestures. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology , 31 , Chawla, P. Gesture and speech in spontaneous and rehearsed narratives. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology , 30 , Contemporary Psychology , 38 , Morrel-Samuels, P. Word familiarity predicts the temporal asynchrony of hand gestures and speech. Fussell, S. Coordination of knowledge in communication: Effects of speakers' assumptions about others' knowledge. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 62 , Implementing architectural designs: On the carpentry of intersubjectivity.

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In, A. Heen-Wold Ed. Oxford, Eng. Do conversational hand gestures communicate? Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 61 , Constructing shared communicative environments. In, L. Resnick, J. Teasley Eds. Washington, D. Perspective-taking in communication: Representations of others' knowledge in reference. Social Cognition, 9 , Sensitivity and bias in estimates of others' knowledge.

European Journal of Social Psychology, 21 , Putnam, L. Affective valence, arousal, and attention and their relationship to physiological response. Psychophysiology , 28, S Mutual knowledge and communicative effectiveness. In, J. Galegher, R. Egido Eds. Cartesian analysis: A computer-video interface for measuring motion without physical contact. Behavioral Research, Instrumentation, and Computers, 22 , The effects of intended audience on message production and comprehension: Reference in a common ground framework.

Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 25 , Other-relatedness in language processing: Discussion and comments. Journal of Language and Social Psychology , 7 , Understanding friends and strangers: The effects of audience design on message comprehension, European Journal of Social Psychology, 19 , I'm on the phone review of D. Rutter, "Communicating by Telephone. What's in a conversation? Heritage Eds. Contemporary Psychology, 33 , Videologger: A computerized multi-channel event recorder for analyzing videotapes.

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Behavioral Research, Instrumentation and Computers, 20 , Bilous, F. Dominance and accommodation in the conversational behavior of same- and mixed-gender dyads. Language and Communication, 8, The role of the listener: Addressee influences on message formulation. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 6 , Winton, W. Phasic autonomic correlates of facial and self-reported affective responses.

Journal of Experimental Social Psychology , 27, Introduction to revised edition of F. Heider, The Psychology of Interpersonal Relations. Streeter, L.

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Acoustic and perceptual indicators of emotional stress. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America , 73 , The cross-cultural perception of emotion. Effects of nonverbal affective dissimulation on phasic autonomic and facial responses. Psychophysiology , 19 , abstract. Morency, N.

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Components of nonverbal encoding and decoding skills in children. Feldman Ed. Waiting for the paradigm to shift. Contemporary Psychology.

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Impression formation, impression management, and nonverbal behaviors. Higgins, C. Zanna Eds.

Verbal, vocal and visible factors in judgments of another's affect. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology , 40 , Communication models and communicative behavior. Hollis Eds. University Park Press. Apple, W. Effects of pitch and speech rate on personal attributions. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology , 37 , Field and laboratory studies of littering.

Journal of Experimental Social Psychology , 14 , Social and nonsocial speech. Scientific American , , Pitch changes during attempted deception. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology , 35 , The role of audible and visible back channel responses in interpersonal communication.

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Social psychology in the U. Corson Ed. Glucksberg, S. The development of referential communication skills. Horowitz Ed. University of Chicago Press.


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Social psychology in the Soviet Union. Soviet Psychology , 11 , Schreurs, B. Where to seat the applicant? How spatial distance influences the effect of self-promotion on interviewer evaluations. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 48, Sassenberg, K. The intrapersonal and interpersonal dynamics of self-regulation in the leadership process. Blankert, T. Imagining success: Multiple achievement goals and the effectiveness of imagery. Does authentic leadership predict employee work engagement and in-role performance?

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