Now showing items 1-4 of 4
The relationship between nonverbal immediacy and cognitive learning is partially mediated by affective learning
Significant research has been dedicated to instructor nonverbal immediacy (NVI) and its relationship to student learning. This study establishes clarity among relative constructs to nonverbal immediacy and provides a more ...
The effects of motivation and training format on the ability to detect hidden emotions
This is the first study to examine the effects of motivation, exposure, training style, reinforcement and personality on the ability to read micro expressions of emotion. These micro expressions are important to learn as ...
The effects of music therapy on children and adolescents with mental or medical illness: A meta-analysis
This study examined the effectiveness of music therapy on children and adolescents with medical or mental illness. Two separate meta-analyses were conducted. A total of 9 medical-symptoms studies and 12 mental-symptoms ...
Deception and the body: Replicating, improving and extending analyses of bodily movement in deception
By definition a liar knows what they say to another is designed to mislead. Based upon extant theories on ironic processes and embodied cognition, we developed a more precise deception detection model that predicts lies ...