Robert E. Kleck
Robert E. Kleck
Research Professor Emeritus
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Perceived gaze direction and the processing of facial displays of emotion
RB Adams Jr, RE Kleck
Psychological science 14 (6), 644-647, 2003
Effects of direct and averted gaze on the perception of facially communicated emotion.
RB Adams Jr, RE Kleck
Emotion 5 (1), 3, 2005
Coping with stigma and prejudice.
CT Miller, B Major
Guilford Press, 2000
The effects of fear and anger facial expressions on approach-and avoidance-related behaviors.
AA Marsh, N Ambady, RE Kleck
Emotion 5 (1), 119, 2005
Effects of gaze on amygdala sensitivity to anger and fear faces
RB Adams, HL Gordon, AA Baird, N Ambady, RE Kleck
Science 300 (5625), 1536-1536, 2003
The social psychology of stigma
TF Heatherton
Guilford Press, 2003
The intensity of emotional facial expressions and decoding accuracy
U Hess, S Blairy, RE Kleck
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 21 (4), 241-257, 1997
Avoidance of the handicapped: an attributional ambiguity analysis.
ML Snyder, RE Kleck, A Strenta, SJ Mentzer
Journal of personality and social psychology 37 (12), 2297, 1979
Physical stigma and nonverbal cues emitted in face-to-face interaction
R Kleck
Human Relations 21 (1), 19-28, 1968
The efects of physical deviance upon face-to-face interaction
R Kleck, H Ono, AH Hastorf
Human Relations 19 (4), 425-436, 1966
The influence of facial emotion displays, gender, and ethnicity on judgments of dominance and affiliation
U Hess, S Blairy, RE Kleck
Journal of Nonverbal behavior 24 (4), 265-283, 2000
Emotional expressivity in men and women: Stereotypes and self-perceptions
U Hess, S Senécal, G Kirouac, P Herrera, P Philippot, RE Kleck
Cognition & Emotion 14 (5), 609-642, 2000
Perceptions of the impact of negatively valued physical characteristics on social interaction.
RE Kleck, A Strenta
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 39 (5), 861, 1980
Who may frown and who should smile? Dominance, affiliation, and the display of happiness and anger
U Hess, R Adams Jr, R Kleck
Cognition & Emotion 19 (4), 515-536, 2005
Effects of being observed on expressive, subjective, and physiological responses to painful stimuli.
RE Kleck, RC Vaughan, J Cartwright-Smith, KB Vaughan, CZ Colby, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 34 (6), 1211, 1976
Facial appearance, gender, and emotion expression.
U Hess, RB Adams Jr, RE Kleck
Emotion 4 (4), 378, 2004
Differentiating emotion elicited and deliberate emotional facial expressions
U Hess, RE Kleck
European Journal of Social Psychology 20 (5), 369-385, 1990
Emotional expressions forecast approach-avoidance behavior
RB Adams, N Ambady, CN Macrae, RE Kleck
Motivation and emotion 30 (2), 177-186, 2006
Why do fear and anger look the way they do? Form and social function in facial expressions
AA Marsh, RB Adams Jr, RE Kleck
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 31 (1), 73-86, 2005
Awkward moments in interactions between nonstigmatized and stigmatized individuals.
MR Hebl, J Tickle, TF Heatherton
Guilford Press, 2000
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