Sitting postures in males and females

@inproceedings{Klein1984SittingPI,
  title={Sitting postures in males and females},
  author={Zdenek Klein},
  year={1984}
}
Studies of human nonverbal communication (Argyle 1967; Brannigan and Humphries 1969; Duncan 1969; Eibl-Eibesfeldt 1970; Ekman and Friesen 1969; Grant 1968; Hinde 1972; Mehrabian 1969; Morris 1977; Scheflen 1965; Tinbergen 1974; Wiener et al. 1972) are of particular interest for clinical psychologists and psychiatrists who work in a realm where often the verbal mode of expression is less meaningful (neurosis), changed (psychopathy), or completely lost (psychotic patients). The amount of… 

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