Answer reciprocity effect kinesic dialogue chameleon effect facial feedback

Answer reciprocity effect kinesic dialogue chameleon

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Answerreciprocity effect kinesic dialogue "chameleon effect" facial feedback hypothesis Add Question HereQuestion 105Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionDuring a conversation, Jada notices that Mark is moving his hands like she is doing, smiles and shakes his head when she does, and leans toward her when she leans toward him. This unconscious mimicking of Jada by Mark illustrates the Answerreciprocity effect. kinesic dialogue. "chameleon effect." expression feedback hypothesis. Add Question HereQuestion 106Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionAccording to Bargh and Chartrand, if another person copies your gestures and physical postures, you are more likely to
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Answerbecome annoyed. like them. stop making gestures or to change your postures. later imitate their gestures and physical postures. Add Question HereQuestion 107Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionRegarding body language, which of the following statements is FALSE? AnswerBody language reveals one's overall emotional state. A person sitting with his or her arms tightly crossed is a consistent signal that this person is in total disagreement with what you are saying. Liking is expressed mainly by leaning toward a person or object. If another person copies your gestures and physical postures, you are more inclined to like them. Add Question HereQuestion 108Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionYour chances of detecting deception in other people will be best if you pay attention to their Answerfacial expressions. eye focus. hand movements. foot or leg movements. Add Question HereQuestion 109Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionWhich of the following has been found to be consistently related to lying? Answershifty eyes squirming biting one's lips none of these Add Question HereQuestion 110Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionYour mother is attempting to determine whether you are telling the truth. Which behavioral cues should she expect to INCREASE if you are lying? Answerillustrators emblems stroking your chin shifting of the eyes Add Question HereQuestion 111Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionKaren is being questioned by her parents about why she missed her curfew by more than two hours. Which of the following signs would most likely indicate that Karen was lying? AnswerKaren begins to squirm in her chair Karen nervously twists her hair Karen increases her head nodding Karen rubs her hands together Add Question HereQuestion 112Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionGestures used while speaking to express what one is saying are called Answerillustrators. indicators. artifacts. emblems. Add Question HereQuestion 113Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionRob swears that he cannot talk “without his hands.” Rob’s animated use of his hands is an example of Answerillustrators.
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