Table of contents for The new handbook of methods in nonverbal behavior research / edited by Jinni A. Harrigan, Robert Rosenthal, Klaus R. Scherer.

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CONTENTS
List of contributorspage vii
Acknowledgmentspage xxx
Forewordpage xxx
1Introductionpage 1
Jinni A. Harrigan, Robert Rosenthal, and Klaus R. Scherer
Basic research methods and procedures
2Measuring facial actionpage 9
Jeffrey F. Cohn and Paul Ekman
3Vocal expression of affectpage 65
Patrik N. Juslin and Klaus R. Scherer
4Proxemics, kinesics, and gazepage 137
Jinni A. Harrigan
5Conducting judgment studies: some methodological issuespage 199
Robert Rosenthal
Research applications in nonverbal behavior
6Nonverbal behavior and interpersonal sensitivitypage 235
Judith A. Hall, Frank J.'Bernieri, and Dana R. Carney
7Nonverbal behavior in educationpage 283
Elisha Babad
8Nonverbal behavior and psychopathologypage 313
Ann M. Kring and Barbara K. Stuart
9Research methods in detecting deception researchpage 341
Mark G. Frank
10Nonverbal communication coding systems of committed couplespage 369
Dan Yoshimoto, Alyson Shapiro, Kelly OBrien, and John Gottman
11Macrovariables in affective expression in women with breast cancer participating in support groupspage 397
Janine GieseDavis, Karen Altree Piemme, Caroline Dillon, and Suzanne Twirbutt
Supplementary materials
12Technical issues in recording nonverbal behaviorpage 447
Mark G. Frank, Patrik N. Juslin, and Jinni A. Harrigan
Appendix Methodological issues in studying nonverbal behaviorpage 469
Klaus R. Scherer and Paul Ekman
Author indexpage xxx
Subject indexpage xxx

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Body language -- Research -- Methodology.
Nonverbal Communication -- psychology.
Behavior -- physiology.
Research Design.