Applying an elaborate and novel experimental paradigm we collected non-verbal responses to social inclusion and exclusion. A judgement experiment revealed that it was possible to determine whether a person was included or excluded, based solely on non-verbal, behavioral cues, especially if the person was male. A detailed coding using the ECSI scale suggests that included speakers displayed more cues associated with Affiliation and Relaxation, whereas excluded speakers gave more evidence of Flight and Displacement.
Bibliographic reference. Krahmer, Emiel / Schaafsma, Juliette / Swerts, Marc / Vingerhoets, Ad (2008): "Nonverbal responses to social inclusion and exclusion", In INTERSPEECH-2008, 809-812.