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DATE

1984-03

AUTHORS

Francis T. McAndrew, Joel A. Gold, Ellen Lenney, Richard M. Ryckman

ABSTRACT

Male college students interacted with a male confederate while the context of the interaction, gaze behaviors of the confederate and the perceived source of the subject's arousal were manipulated. The dependent variables included nonverbal behaviors, affective reactions and perceptions of and liking for the confederate. The study was conducted to provide more information about the relationship among the nonverbal immediacy behaviors and the relevance of several situational variables to each of these behaviors. In addition, there was an examination of Patterson's 1976 contention that the evaluation of the individual's state of arousal determines the reciprocation or compensation of nonverbal intimacy. The data analysis revealed a system of weakly related immediacy behaviors strongly related to the subjects' affective states. A general dominance factor emerged that was related to several nonverbal behaviors and it was confirmed that arousal was related to both nonverbal behavior and interpersonal attraction. It seemed doubtful, however, that this relationship was as straightforward as Patterson's model predicted. The results are discussed in light of problems specific to this area of research. More... »

PAGES

210-228

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1981-03. Effects of nonverbal intimacy on arousal and behavioral adjustment in JOURNAL OF NONVERBAL BEHAVIOR
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    TITLE

    Journal of Nonverbal Behavior

    ISSUE

    3

    VOLUME

    8

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    http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00987292

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