Nonverbal Sex Differences: Communication Accuracy and Expressive Style

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Johns Hopkins University Press, 1984 - Psychology - 207 pages
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This is the first thorough review and analysis of the extensive research literature on nonverbal sex differences among infants, children, and adults. Judith A. Hall summarizes and explores data on nonverbal skill and style differences, including the sending and judging of nonverbal cues of emotion, facial expression, gaze, interpersonal distance, touch, body movement, and nonverbal speech characteristics.

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