The eleventh SPSP Nonverbal Behavior Preconference will feature a keynote presentation by Kerry Kawakami, two exciting talks by Kristin Pauker and Max Weisbuch, and a special interview with Judy Hall (see below). In addition, junior and senior scholars will present competitively-selected brief talks and posters, one of which will be honored with the Robert (Bob) Rosenthal Poster Award. We look forward to bringing together scholars from different backgrounds in order to facilitate communication, collaboration, and community!
Biases in Face Perception Related to Race
- Kerry Kawakami (York University)
Nonverbal Sources of Stereotyping and Prejudice: Insights From a Developmental Approach
- Kristin Pauker (University of Hawai’i at Manoa)
Cultural Snapshots of Bias: Population Level Exposure to Biased Nonverbal Behavior and Impact on Perceivers
- Max Weisbuch (University of Denver):
Rush Limbaugh Laughed But Look at Us Today
- An interview with Judy Hall
Nick Rule, firstname.lastname@example.org, University of Toronto
Reg Adams, email@example.com, The Pennsylvania State University
Sarah Lamer, firstname.lastname@example.org, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Zak Witkower, email@example.com, University of Toronto
This precon is accepting submissions for posters and data blitz only. All submissions must be completed by 11:59 PM PT on Nov. 15. If you have questions, you may email firstname.lastname@example.org or the preconference organizer listed above.
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