Communicating without the Face: Expressive Behavior and Social Perception of People with Facial Paralysis.

Bogart, Kathleen.
2017-04-18T13:53:31.979Z

Abstract: Facial paralysis (FP) is an understudied condition which results in significant consequences for social interaction. Four studies examined the expressive behavior of people with FP, the way others interpret their behavior, and whether perceivers can be trained to improve their impressions. In Study 1, people with congenital FP were found to display more expressivity in their bodies and v... read more

Subjects
Tufts University. Department of Psychology.
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/011265
ID: tufts:20740
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