Markus Koppensteiner
Markus Koppensteiner
University of Vienna, Department of Anthropology
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Motion patterns in political speech and their influence on personality ratings
M Koppensteiner, K Grammer
Journal of Research in Personality 44 (3), 374-379, 2010
Moving speeches: Dominance, trustworthiness and competence in body motion
M Koppensteiner, P Stephan, JPM Jäschke
Personality and Individual Differences 94, 101-106, 2016
Motion cues that make an impression: Predicting perceived personality by minimal motion information
M Koppensteiner
Journal of experimental social psychology 49 (6), 1137-1143, 2013
The sound of female shape: a redundant signal of vocal and facial attractiveness
P Abend, LS Pflüger, M Koppensteiner, M Coquerelle, K Grammer
Evolution and Human Behavior 36 (3), 174-181, 2015
Voting for a personality: Do first impressions and self-evaluations affect voting decisions?
M Koppensteiner, P Stephan
Journal of research in personality 51, 62-68, 2014
The analysis of embodied communicative feedback in multimodal corpora: a prerequisite for behavior simulation
J Allwood, S Kopp, K Grammer, E Ahlsén, E Oberzaucher, ...
Language Resources and Evaluation 41, 255-272, 2007
Body movements of male and female speakers and their influence on perceptions of personality
M Koppensteiner, K Grammer
Personality and Individual Differences 51 (6), 743-747, 2011
More than words: Judgments of politicians and the role of different communication channels
M Koppensteiner, P Stephan, JPM Jäschke
Journal of Research in personality 58, 21-30, 2015
Perceiving personality in simple motion cues
M Koppensteiner
Journal of Research in Personality 45 (4), 358-363, 2011
Shaking takete and flowing maluma. Non-sense words are associated with motion patterns
M Koppensteiner, P Stephan, JPM Jäschke
PloS one 11 (3), e0150610, 2016
From body motion to cheers: Speakers’ body movements as predictors of applause
M Koppensteiner, P Stephan, JPM Jäschke
Personality and Individual Differences 74, 182-185, 2015
Create your own stimulus: Manipulating movements according to social categories
M Koppensteiner, G Primes, P Stephan
Plos one 12 (3), e0174422, 2017
Speaking through the body: Do people associate the body movements of politicians with their speech?
M Koppensteiner, G Siegle
Politics and the Life Sciences 36 (2), 104-113, 2017
Want to gain height? How body motion makes you taller.
M Koppensteiner, P Stephan, J Jäschke
PsyArXiv, 2018
Planung und Umsetzung des Wahlkampfes zum Europäischen Parlament 2004 der österreichischen Mitgliederparteien
M Koppensteiner
na, 2010
Bewegung und Eindrucksbildung: Bewegungsreize als Träger inter-personeller Information
M Koppensteiner
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