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DATE

1979-02

AUTHORS

R. Wade Wheeler, Joan C. Baron, Susan Michell, Harvey J. Ginsburg

ABSTRACT

The perception of intelligence as a function of nonverbal cues was investigated in college students. Thirty undergraduate psychology majors estimated the GPAs of 20 upper division undergraduates based on their nonverbal behavior during a videotaped, career objectives interview. Significant relationships were found between estimated GPAs and two nonverbal behaviors: duration of eye contact and frequency of eye shifts. These nonverbal behaviors appear to be substantive mediators of the perception of an individual’s intellectual facility during an interview. More... »

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101-102

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http://dx.doi.org/10.3758/bf03335025

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