Robert M. Krauss, Ph.D.

Psychology Columbia University, New York, NY 
language, speech production, communication, social psychology
"Robert Krauss"
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Yihsiu Chen grad student Columbia (PsychTree)
E. Tory Higgins grad student Columbia
Ezequiel  E. Morsella grad student 1997-2002 Columbia
Jennifer S. Pardo post-doc Columbia
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Aguilar L, Downey G, Krauss R, et al. (2014) A Dyadic Perspective on Speech Accommodation and Social Connection: Both Partners' Rejection Sensitivity Matters. Journal of Personality
Pardo JS, Jay IC, Hoshino R, et al. (2013) Influence of Role-Switching on Phonetic Convergence in Conversation Discourse Processes. 50: 276-300
Pardo JS, Gibbons R, Suppes A, et al. (2012) Phonetic convergence in college roommates Journal of Phonetics. 40: 190-197
Pardo JS, Jay IC, Krauss RM. (2010) Conversational role influences speech imitation. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 72: 2254-64
Marrone GF, Pardo JS, Krauss RM, et al. (2010) Amphetamine analogs methamphetamine and 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) differentially affect speech. Psychopharmacology. 208: 169-77
Morsella E, Krauss RM. (2005) Muscular activity in the arm during lexical retrieval: implications for gesture-speech theories. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 34: 415-27
Krauss RM, Pardo JS. (2004) Is alignment always the result of automatic priming? The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 27: 203-204
Morsella E, Krauss RM. (2004) The role of gestures in spatial working memory and speech. The American Journal of Psychology. 117: 411-24
Krauss RM, Freyberg R, Morsella E. (2002) Inferring speakers’ physical attributes from their voices Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 38: 618-625
Hadar U, Wenkert-Olenik D, Krauss R, et al. (1998) Gesture and the processing of speech: neuropsychological evidence. Brain and Language. 62: 107-26
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