Stephen S. Fugita

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The vast majority of research on nonverbal behavior has used white college students as subjects. The present investigation examined both white and black subjects' non-verbal behavior and also independently varied the race of the person with whom the subject interacted. The experimental setting was an actual employment interview. Twenty black and twenty(More)
This paper: (1) reviewed and integrated the small body of cross-cultural literature on Zung SDS scores among college students and (2) reported new SDS data on students in four countries. Its purpose was to facilitate the development of population- and culture-specific norms for the measurement of depression and to identify patterns in the data available at(More)
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