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2011 - Emotionality and Expressive Behavior I Preference...

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2/8/2010 Emotionality and Expressive Behavior I) Preference for photo on the left A) People have a preference for others with dilated pupils A.1) When we like things the eyes dilate, when we don’t like things the eyes constrict A.2) We use it as a cue of attractiveness II) What do we mean as expressive behavior A) Physical manifestation of internal states B) The ways we do certain things (how we differ from one another when we do the same thing) B.1) Ex. celebrities jumping III) Why do we use expressive behavior? A) A lot of communication is done w/o words B) Pop Wisdom (incorrect, too dependent on the situation) B.1) 55% communication by the face B.2) 38% communicated by voice B.3) 7% communicated by spoken word B.4) claims came from “who is the mother” experiment C) Subjects watch Dole-Mondale vice-presidential debate and rate the “emotional tone” of different segments C.1) Other subjects only exposed to certain channels and their ratings are compared to the full channel group (C.1.a) R=.15 with visual only (C.1.b)
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