Researching Nonverbal Communication
Judith Hall presents "Things I Have Learned (So Far) About Accurate Interpersonal Perception"
The Department of Communication Studies recently hosted a presentation by Judith Hall, psychology professor at Northeastern University. Hall presented "Things I Have Learned (So Far) About Accurate Interpersonal Perception."
A distinguished scholar, Hall has conducted research in a number of areas surrounding nonverbal behaviors (e.g., perception accuracy, nonverbal skills, sex differences and most recently, patient-provider interactions). She received her Ph.D. in social psychology from Harvard University in 1976.
To view the full lecture, click here.
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