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Audience Perceptions of Background Nonverbal Behaviors Displayed by Candidates in Televised Political Debates
Unformatted Document Text:  Background Behaviors: 14 Schrott, P. R., & Lanoue, D. J. (1992) How to win a televised debate: candidate strategies and voter response in Germany, 1972-87. British Journal of Political Science, 22, 445- 467. Seiter, J. S. (1999). Does communicating nonverbal disagreement during an opponent’s speech affect the credibility of the debater in the background? Psychological Reports, 84, 855- 861. Seiter, J. S. (2001). Silent Derogation and Perceptions of Deceptiveness: Does Communicating Nonverbal Disbelief During an Opponent’s Speech Affect Perceptions of Debaters’ Veracity? Communication Research Reports, 7(2), 203-209. Seiter, J. S., Abraham, J. A., & Nakagama, B. T. (1998). Split-screen versus single-screen formats in televised debates: Does access to an opponent’s nonverbal behaviors affect viewers’ perceptions of a speaker’s credibility? Perceptual and Motor Skills, 86, 491-497. Sigelman, L., & Sigelman, C. K. (1984). Judgments of the Carter-Reagan debate: the eyes of the beholders. The Public Opinion Quarterly, 48 624-628. Wiemann, J. M. (1977). Explication and test of a model of communication competence. Human Communication Research, 3, 195-213.

Authors: Seiter, John.
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Background Behaviors: 14
Schrott, P. R., & Lanoue, D. J. (1992) How to win a televised debate: candidate
strategies and voter response in Germany, 1972-87. British Journal of Political Science, 22, 445-
467.
Seiter, J. S. (1999). Does communicating nonverbal disagreement during an opponent’s
speech affect the credibility of the debater in the background? Psychological Reports, 84, 855-
861.
Seiter, J. S. (2001). Silent Derogation and Perceptions of Deceptiveness: Does
Communicating Nonverbal Disbelief During an Opponent’s Speech Affect Perceptions of
Debaters’ Veracity? Communication Research Reports, 7(2), 203-209.
Seiter, J. S., Abraham, J. A., & Nakagama, B. T. (1998). Split-screen versus single-screen
formats in televised debates: Does access to an opponent’s nonverbal behaviors affect
viewers’ perceptions of a speaker’s credibility? Perceptual and Motor Skills, 86, 491-497.
Sigelman, L., & Sigelman, C. K. (1984). Judgments of the Carter-Reagan debate: the
eyes of the beholders. The Public Opinion Quarterly, 48 624-628.
Wiemann, J. M. (1977). Explication and test of a model of communication competence.
Human Communication Research, 3, 195-213.


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