Nonverbal primacy in veracity judgments
DOI: 10.1080/08934219009367507
Title: Nonverbal primacy in veracity judgments
Journal Title: Communication Reports
Volume: Volume 3
Issue: Issue 2
Publication Date: June 1990
Start Page: 75
End Page: 83
Published online: 21 May 2009
ISSN: 0893-4215
Author: Jerold L. Halea? & James B. Stiffb
Affiliations:
a Associate Professor of Communication , Miami University , Oxford, Ohio
b Associate Professor of Communication , Arizona State University , Tempe, Arizona
Abstract: dy investigated the impact of verbal, Nonverbal, and normative influence cues on veracity judgments. Two models of cue processing were presented. A Nonverbal primacy model posited that persons rely primarily on Nonverbal cues to judge veracity. A normative influence model predicted a normative information by cue congruence interaction. The data were consistent with the Nonverbal primacy model and inconsistent with the normative influence model.

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