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Title APA handbook of nonverbal communication / David Matsumoto, Culture and Emotion Research Laboratory, San Francisco State University, Hyisung C. Hwang, San Francisco State University, and Mark G. Frank, Communication Science Center, University at Buffalo, State University of New York, editors-in-chief.

Publication Info. Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, 2016.


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Edition First edition.
Description xxiv, 626 pages.
Series APA handbooks in psychology
APA handbooks in psychology.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents A History of Research on Nonverbal Communication: Our Divergent Pasts and Their Contemporary Legacies / Valerie Manusov -- The Life and Times of Nonverbal Communication Theory and Research: Past, Present, Future / Caroline F. Keating -- Evolution and Nonverbal Communication / Mark G. Frank and Allison Z. Shaw -- The Cultural Bases of Nonverbal Communication / David Matsumoto and Hyisung C. Hwang -- The Developmental Arc of Nonverbal Communication: Capacity and Consequence for Human Social Bonds / Caroline F. Keating -- Gender and Nonverbal Behavior / Marianne LaFrance and Andrea C. Vial -- Personality / Elysia R. Todd and David C. Funder -- The Physical Environment and Nonverbal Communication / Miles L. Patterson and Susanne Quadflieg -- Appearance and Physiognomy / Daniel E. Re and Nicholas O. Rule -- Facial Expressions / Hyisung C. Hwang and David Matsumoto -- The Voice: From Identity to Interactions / Sophie Scott and Carolyn McGettigan -- Gesture / Erica A. Cartmill and Susan Goldin-Meadow -- Eye Behavior and Gaze / Reginald B. Adams Jr. and Anthony J. Nelson -- Signs, Signals, and Symbols in Olfactics / Jeannette Haviland-Jones, Patricia Wilson, and Robin Freyberg -- The Body: Postures, Gait, Proxemics, and Haptics / David Matsumoto, Hyisung C. Hwang, and Mark G. Frank -- Nonverbal Communication in Primates: Observational and Experimental Approaches / Lisa A. Parr, Jérôme Micheletta, and Bridget M. Waller -- Measuring the Dynamic Stream of Display: Spontaneous and Intentional Facial Expression and Communication / Ross Buck and Michael Miller -- Measuring the Voice / Andrew Rosenberg, Frank Enos, and Julia Hirschberg -- Measuring Gesture / R. Breckinridge Church, Spencer D. Kelly, and Elizabeth Wakefield -- Measuring Eye Behavior / Frank M. Marchak -- Methods in Olfactory Research / Robin Freyberg, Patricia Wilson, and Jeannette Haviland-Jones -- Measuring Body Movement: Current and Future Directions in Proxemics and Kinesics / Nele Dael, Nadia Bianchi-Berthouze, Andrea Kleinsmith, and Christine Mohr -- Measuring Nonverbal Sensitivity / Ronald E. Riggio and Annick Darioly.
part I. Overview and history -- part II. Factors of influence -- part III. Sources of messages -- part IV. Methodology.
Summary "The APA Handbook of Nonverbal Communication provides scholarly reviews of state-of-the-art knowledge in the areas of nonverbal communication and nonverbal behaviors. It includes an entire section devoted to new and improved methodologies and technologies that allow for the recording, capture, and analysis of nonverbal behaviors. The primary audience for the book is researchers in the area, as well as by students in graduate-level classes on nonverbal communication or behavior. The handbook is organized around four broad themes, each of which led to a different section in this volume: The first concerns the history of the field and includes two chapters providing an overview and history of the area, all written by senior researchers with many years of experience. The second concerns the factors of influence of nonverbal communication and encompasses the main theoretical and conceptual frameworks within which research on nonverbal communication occurs. The third theme presents the separate sources of nonverbal communication and behavior and includes chapters on the physical environment, appearance and physiognomy, olfactics and odor, facial expressions, voice, gesture, eye behavior and gaze, and postures, gait, proxemics, and haptics. This section also includes a chapter on nonverbal communication in nonhuman primates. Finally, the fourth theme concerns advances in research methodologies, and includes chapters on the methods for measuring and analyzing facial expressions, voice, gesture, eye behavior, olfactics, body movements, and nonverbal sensitivity"--Publicity materials. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2015 APA, all rights reserved).
Form Also issued in print.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreement.
Subject Nonverbal communication -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Body language -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Facial expression -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Nonverbal Communication.
Facial Expression.
Body language. (OCoLC)fst00835365
Facial expression. (OCoLC)fst00919582
Nonverbal communication. (OCoLC)fst01039009
Genre/Form Handbooks and manuals. (OCoLC)fst01423877
Added Author Matsumoto, David Ricky, editor.
Hwang, Hyi Sung, editor.
Frank, Mark G., editor.
American Psychological Association, issuing body.
Added Title American Psychological Association handbook of nonverbal communication
Other Form: Original (DLC) 2015002620
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