Robert S. Feldman mainly investigates Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Nonverbal communication, Facial expression and Deception. His Developmental psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Social relation, Friendship and Personality development. His work focuses on many connections between Social psychology and other disciplines, such as Social skills, that overlap with his field of interest in Sadness.
Sociometry and Peer group is closely connected to Interpersonal communication in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Nonverbal communication. His Facial expression research incorporates themes from Psychoanalysis and Social perception. Robert S. Feldman combines subjects such as Conversation and Dyad with his study of Deception.
His primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Nonverbal communication, Developmental psychology, Deception and Nonverbal behavior. The study incorporates disciplines such as Conversation and Social skills in addition to Social psychology. His study in Nonverbal communication is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Interpersonal communication, Cognitive psychology and Facial expression.
His research investigates the connection between Developmental psychology and topics such as Sadness that intersect with problems in Happiness and Emotionality. Robert S. Feldman has included themes like Impression management and Social perception in his Deception study. His Nonverbal behavior research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Peer teaching and Praise.
Robert S. Feldman focuses on Social psychology, Deception, Developmental psychology, Lying and Nonverbal communication. The various areas that Robert S. Feldman examines in his Social psychology study include Conversation and Cognition. His Conversation study combines topics in areas such as Social relation and Social perception.
Robert S. Feldman has researched Deception in several fields, including Facial expression, Interpersonal relationship and Impression management. His Negative emotion, Positive emotion and Child development study in the realm of Developmental psychology interacts with subjects such as Prenatal development. His work on Emotional intelligence expands to the thematically related Nonverbal communication.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Deception, Lying, Introductory psychology and Mathematics education. Social psychology is represented through his Emotional intelligence, Emotionality, Regulation of emotion, Affective science and Emotion classification research. His Deception study incorporates themes from Facial expression, Interpersonal relationship and Nonverbal communication.
His Lying research overlaps with other disciplines such as Social perception, Conversation, Impression management, Job applications and Extraversion and introversion. His research in Introductory psychology intersects with topics in Teaching method, Educational technology and Active learning. The Academic achievement study combines topics in areas such as Distance education and Medical education.
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Development Across the Life Span
Robert S. Feldman.
Essentials of understanding psychology
Robert S. Feldman.
Research on Children Tutoring Children: A Critical Review
Linda Devin-Sheehan;Robert S. Feldman;Vernon L. Allen.
Review of Educational Research (1976)
PROMOTING RECIPROCAL INTERACTIONS VIA PEER INCIDENTAL TEACHING
Gail G. McGee;M. Connie Almeida;Beth Sulzer-Azaroff;Robert S. Feldman.
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis (1992)
The social context of nonverbal behavior
Pierre Philippot;Robert S. Feldman;Erik J. Coats.
The regulation of emotion
Pierre Philippot;Robert S. Feldman.
Learning through Tutoring: Low-Achieving Children as Tutors.
Vernon L. Allen;Robert S. Feldman.
Journal of Experimental Education (1973)
Self-presentation and verbal deception: Do self-presenters lie more?
Robert S. Feldman;James A. Forrest;Benjamin R. Happ.
Basic and Applied Social Psychology (2002)
Fundamentals of nonverbal behavior
Robert Stephen Feldman;Bernard Rimé.
Social competence and nonverbal behavior.
Robert Stephen Feldman;Pierre Philippot;Robert J. Custrini.
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