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A Second Chance to Make a First Impression? How Appearance and Nonverbal Behavior Affect Perceived Warmth and Competence of Virtual Agents over Time [chapter]

Kirsten Bergmann, Friederike Eyssel, Stefan Kopp
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We addressed the question whether there is a second chance for first impressions with regard to the major dimensions of social cognition-warmth and competence.  ...  Results indicate that ratings of warmth depend on interaction effects of time and agent appearance, while evaluations of competence seem to depend on the interaction of time and nonverbal behavior.  ...  Acknowledgements This research is partially supported by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) in the Collaborative Research Center 673 "Alignment in Communication" and the Center of Excellence 277  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-33197-8_13 fatcat:5czb36qugbhqdkspa5yx7uafpq

The dynamics of warmth and competence judgments, and their outcomes in organizations

Amy J.C. Cuddy, Peter Glick, Anna Beninger
2011 Research in organizational behavior  
However, through nonverbal behaviors that subtly communicate warmth and competence information, people can manage the impressions they make on colleagues, potential employers, and possible investors.  ...  The second part focuses on how group stereotypes can bias warmth and competence judgments.  ...  The authors would like to thank Susan Fiske, whose contributions to this area of research have been truly pathbreaking.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.riob.2011.10.004 fatcat:e4gzvsyhdvcr5dtenfpw67zioq

Detecting digital chameleons

Jeremy N. Bailenson, Nick Yee, Kayur Patel, Andrew C. Beall
2008 Computers in Human Behavior  
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press] and nonverbal behaviors [Chartrand, T. L., & Bargh, J. A. (1999). The chameleon effect: the perception-behavior link and social interaction.  ...  In this paper, we examined how effective people were at explicitly detecting mimicking computer agents and the consequences of mimic detection in terms of social influence and interactional synchrony.  ...  Please write a few sentences about the presenter's LIP movements while speaking. Please write a few sentences about the presenter's HEAD movements while speaking.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2007.01.015 fatcat:hv6u5kxbqzau7i4mmnbyn7xxcy

I Can See it in Your Eyes: Gaze as an Implicit Cue of Uncanniness and Task Performance in Repeated Interactions [article]

Giulia Perugia, Maike Paetzel-Prüsmann, Madelene Alanenpää, Ginevra Castellano
2021 arXiv   pre-print
However, little is known about how people's perception of robots and engagement with them develop over time and how these can be accurately assessed through implicit and continuous measurement techniques  ...  Over the past years, extensive research has been dedicated to developing robust platforms and data-driven dialog models to support long-term human-robot interactions.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank Sebastian Walkötter for Figure 1 , Robert Kessler for assisting with the technical setup of the map game, and Ramesh Manuvinakurike for his work on the game dynamics  ... 
arXiv:2101.05028v2 fatcat:hbxjdnslireozjy3dxvglvkucq

The Effects of Psychotherapist's and Clients' Interpersonal Behaviors during a First Simulated Session: A Lab Study Investigating Client Satisfaction

François Moors, Emmanuelle Zech
2017 Frontiers in Psychology  
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of psychotherapists' behaviors during a first simulated therapy session on clients' satisfaction, including their intention to pursue or drop out from  ...  We therefore tested the role of the psychotherapist's agentic behaviors since only a few studies provide contradictory results about the role of this interpersonal dimension on clients' satisfaction and  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors also want to thank Pierre Walryck who helped to create the experimental conditions and Lindsay Polomé who helped in data collection.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2017.01868 pmid:29163262 pmcid:PMC5671502 fatcat:nulmgnxurbblfcjvq44vdmp4bq

The Meta-Emotion Interview and Coding System [chapter]

2014 The Sourcebook of Nonverbal Measures  
C over design by Kathryn H oughtaling Lacey Library o f Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data The sourcebook o f nonverbal m easures: going beyond words / edited by Valerie M anusov. p. cm .  ...  A bingdon, O x o n , 0 X 1 4 4R N Copyright © 2 0 0 5 by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc. All rights reserved.  ...  It permits observations of how the couple operates as a unit and provides insights about how their percep tions and behaviors are indicative of what will take place in the marriage over time.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781410611703-15 fatcat:zoxkkgrs6rd5tfp6u6fjw6pppe

BEYOND EMPLOYMENT INTERVIEW VALIDITY: A COMPREHENSIVE NARRATIVE REVIEW OF RECENT RESEARCH AND TRENDS OVER TIME

Richard A. Posthuma, Frederick P. Morgeson, Michael A. Campion
2002 Personnel Psychology  
This organizing framework allows an examination of trends over time and facilitates identification of gaps in the empirical literature.  ...  In this time, 278 studies have been published, which is a greater volume of work than the three previous reviews.  ...  Demographic similarity effects are small and inconsistent. Similarity of attitudes may influence ratings of applicant affect and competence.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1744-6570.2002.tb00103.x fatcat:ptv65oqfe5cfnfsslit3am4aru

The emergence of individual and collective leadership in task groups: A matter of achievement and ascription

Minna Paunova
2015 Leadership Quarterly  
These approaches compete to elucidate individual leader emergence in task groups as influenced by individual traits, states, and behaviors.  ...  However, current approaches to leadership in groups rely on functional achievement explanations of how collective leadership emerges, influenced by positive states and behaviors.  ...  or as soon as members form first impressions based on traits).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.leaqua.2015.10.002 fatcat:q2chnrs22ze4bc5yiy666fjtw4

How Social Status Shapes Person Perception and Evaluation: A Social Neuroscience Perspective

Bradley D. Mattan, Jennifer T. Kubota, Jasmin Cloutier
2017 Perspectives on Psychological Science  
A survey of the expanding social psychological and neuroscience literatures on status reveals a diversity of focuses (e.g., perceiver vs. agent), operationalizations (e.g., status as dominance vs. wealth  ...  We then review the behavioral and neuroscientific literatures on the consequences of perceived status for attention and evaluation.  ...  accounts of how perceived social status affects attention and evaluation.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1745691616677828 pmid:28544863 fatcat:gn5fnsf4dfcc5c7f7axzxivdnm

Verbal and Nonverbal Dynamics of Privacy, Secrecy, and Deceit

Bella M. DePaulo, Chris Wetzel, R. Weylin Sternglanz, Molly J. Walker Wilson
2003 Journal of Social Issues  
Our interest is in the practice of privacy, secrecy, and deceit in the ways that have been available to humans throughout history: in what they say (or do not say) and how they say it.  ...  Habits of honoring other people's verbal and nonverbal claims about themselves, even when they are not totally convincing, and expectations of similar indulgences from others can keep interactions from  ...  Many legitimate professionals reveal a level of knowledge and competence that is far from impressive. Most humans, regardless of role, speak imperfectly.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1540-4560.00070 fatcat:o6w7pfb2gnfxrk2ivaxltihqhi

Role congruity theory of prejudice toward female leaders

Alice H. Eagly, Steven J. Karau
2002 Psychological review  
A role congruity theory of prejudice toward female leaders proposes that perceived incongruity between the female gender role and leadership roles leads to 2 forms of prejudice: (a) perceiving women less  ...  favorably than men as potential occupants of leadership roles and (b) evaluating behavior that fulfills the prescriptions of a leader role less favorably when it is enacted by a woman.  ...  Women thus lost influence with men if they used a competent style that was not leavened by a substantial amount of nonverbal warmth.  ... 
doi:10.1037//0033-295x.109.3.573 fatcat:6bqlspcidbfhzgyggicvdsqbby

Role congruity theory of prejudice toward female leaders

Alice H. Eagly, Steven J. Karau
2002 Psychological review  
A role congruity theory of prejudice toward female leaders proposes that perceived incongruity between the female gender role and leadership roles leads to 2 forms of prejudice: (a) perceiving women less  ...  favorably than men as potential occupants of leadership roles and (b) evaluating behavior that fulfills the prescriptions of a leader role less favorably when it is enacted by a woman.  ...  Women thus lost influence with men if they used a competent style that was not leavened by a substantial amount of nonverbal warmth.  ... 
doi:10.1037/0033-295x.109.3.573 pmid:12088246 fatcat:regbe6lwarbxnnr6xlnr3qoivy

When Worlds Collide in Cyberspace: How Boundary Work in Online Social Networks Impacts Professional Relationships

Ariane Ollier-Malaterre, Nancy P. Rothbard, Justin M. Berg
2013 Academy of Management Review  
but more difficult to maintain over time.  ...  We build a framework to theorize about how work-nonwork boundary preferences and self-evaluation motives drive the adoption of four archetypical sets of online boundary management behaviors (open, audience  ...  Whereas past work on social judgments in physical space has suggested that the trade-off between warmth and competence can be overcome by sending nonverbal cues to signal both warmth and competence (Cuddy  ... 
doi:10.5465/amr.2011.0235 fatcat:abyzdpp5qreizagxxbhtlb4uay

The measurement of interpersonal interactions with continuous spatiotemporal data: Application to a study of the effects of resource competition on racial group interactions

John Tawa, Rosalyn Negrón, Jürgen Pfeffer
2019 Behavior Research Methods  
The metrics were normalized through a series of transformations, and construct validity was assessed through correlations with self-report measures of intergroup behavior.  ...  We describe a sequential qualitative ➔ quantitative mixed-method procedure used to construct conceptually grounded quantitative metrics of interpersonal behavior from continuous spatiotemporal data.  ...  Questions and comments concerning this article should be addressed to the first author, John Tawa, at jtawa@mtholyoke.edu.  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13428-019-01287-1 pmid:31482484 fatcat:23rjcyvrijbalkzsfw5epp65nu

Automated Analysis and Prediction of Job Interview Performance

Iftekhar Naim, Md. Iftekhar Tanveer, Daniel Gildea, Mohammed Ehsan Hoque
2018 IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing  
We present a computational framework for automatically quantifying verbal and nonverbal behaviors in the context of job interviews.  ...  The ground truth labels are derived by taking a weighted average over the ratings of 9 independent judges.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to thank Leon Weingard for helping with transcribing the audio, and Michaela Kerem for her extensive feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1109/taffc.2016.2614299 fatcat:tzroi6nehveuxocv3jq55mdr7e
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