Gender, Nonverbal Behavior, and the Workplace
Date(s) - 9 Apr 2013
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Dr. Judith Hall, University Distinguished Professor, is a social psychologist with strong interests in group and individual differences. Most of her research concerns nonverbal communication, studied within the following broad topic areas: measurement of accurate interpersonal perception, including accuracy of decoding states and traits as well as recall of appearance and behavior, and exploration of the correlates of such accuracy; gender differences in nonverbal communication, including both accuracy, expression skill and specific behaviors; and the relation of the broad dominance construct (including status, power, etc.) to nonverbal skill and nonverbal communication.