Lying Words: Predicting Deception from Linguistic Styles
- M. Newman, J. Pennebaker, D. Berry, J. Richards
- PsychologyPersonality and Social Psychology Bulletin
- 1 May 2003
The current project investigated the features of linguistic style that distinguish between true and false stories, and found that liars showed lower cognitive complexity, used fewer self-references and other- References, and used more negative emotion words than truth-tellers.
Match makers and deal breakers: analyses of assortative mating in newlywed couples.
- D. Watson, E. Klohnen, Alex Casillas, Ericka Nus Simms, Jeffrey R. Haig, D. Berry
- PsychologyJournal of Personality
- 1 October 2004
Assortative mating in a newlywed sample showed strong similarity in age, religiousness, and political orientation, but little similarity in matrix reasoning, self- and spouse-rated personality, emotional experience and expression, and attachment.
Taking People at Face Value: Evidence for the Kernel of Truth Hypothesis
- D. Berry
- 1 December 1990
Two studies examined the validity of impressions based on static facial appearance. In Study 1, the content of previously unacquainted classmates' impressions of one another was assessed during the…
Positive affect, negative affect, and social interaction
Two studies explored the relations of positive and negative affect (PA and NA) to social interaction. In Study 1, unacquainted dyads were surreptitiously videotaped as they participated in a 6-min…
Some components and consequences of a babyface.
Physical measurements and subjective ratings of various facial features were obtained for 20 adult male stimulus faces. The faces were also rated on five personality dimensions, physical…
Perceiving character in faces: the impact of age-related craniofacial changes on social perception.
It is hypothesized that adults with immature facial qualities are perceived to have childlike psychological attributes and the research reviewed provides strong support for this prediction.
Accuracy in social perception: contributions of facial and vocal information.
- D. Berry
- PsychologyJournal of Personality and Social Psychology
- 1 August 1991
Face- and voice-based impressions did predict self-view and potential mechanisms that may yield the match between self-perceptions and impressions based on nonverbal cues are discussed.
Affect and Personality as Predictors of Conflict and Closeness in Young Adults' Friendships
Abstract We examined the relations of affect and personality to qualitative aspects of young adults' friendships. Members of 131 friendship dyads evaluated the quality of their relationships and kept…
Personality, Nonverbal Behavior, and Interaction Quality in Female Dyads
Female dyads were videotaped while they took part in an initial social interaction. Participants subsequently evaluated their encounter along several qualitative dimensions. Independent observers…
Affective Traits, Responses to Conflict, and Satisfaction in Romantic Relationships
Abstract Participants described their current and past romantic relationships on a variety of measures, as well as their typical behavioral responses to conflict in intimate relationships. Consistent…