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The role of body motion in judgments of politicians


When forming impressions about others people are influenced by the appearance and the nonverbal behavior of a person. Hence, speakers and politicians are not only judged by their ability to recite a brilliantly written speech, but also by nonverbal cues such as their physiognomic features, their facial expressions and gestures. In the current project we focus on the analysis of body motion and how motion cues and their interaction with different communication channels affect judgments of a speaker’s personality, competence and trustworthiness.More >>



This is a project funded by the Austrian Science Fund under Grant number P25262-G16.

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