Behavioral Roots of Person Perception : The Deception Judgments of Customs Inspectors and Laymen

@inproceedings{Kraut1980BehavioralRO,
  title={Behavioral Roots of Person Perception : The Deception Judgments of Customs Inspectors and Laymen},
  author={Robert E. Kraut and Donald Poe},
  year={1980}
}
Typically, person perception research requires subjects to make inferences about others on the basis of verbal descriptions while it denies them the physical cues which may underlie many social judgments. In contrast to this traditional paradigm, we tried to assess the physical cues that people use in a social judgment and to examine the generality of their use across perceivers. Professional inspectors in the U.S. Customs Service and laymen judged whether they wanted to search airline… CONTINUE READING
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