Subject Areas on Research
- Affective exchanges between young autistic children and their mothers.
- Electronic Health Records (EHRs) in the oncology clinic: how clinician interaction with EHRs can improve communication with the patient.
- Evidence for latent classes of IQ in young children with autism spectrum disorder.
- If only they could talk: Interpreting the behaviors of preterm infants challenges nurses and parents.
- Infant arousal in an en-face exchange with a new partner: effects of prematurity and perinatal biological risk.
- Non-verbal communication between primary care physicians and older patients: how does race matter?
- Non-verbal cues to osteoarthritic knee and/or hip pain in elders.
- Nonverbal display of emotion in public and in private: self-monitoring, personality, and expressive cues.
- Nonverbal representation of time and number in adults.
- Predicting patient satisfaction from physicians' nonverbal communication skills.
- Toddlers' emerging ways of achieving social coordinations with a peer.
- Type A behavior, nonverbal expressive style, and health.
- Using nonconscious behavioral mimicry to create affiliation and rapport.
- Validity of pain behaviors in persons with mild to moderate cognitive impairment.
- Variation in early developmental course in autism and its relation with behavioral outcome at 3-4 years of age.
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