Verbal-nonverbal Congruence or Veracity (V2) in the System for Analysis of Validity in Evaluation (SAVE)
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Keywords

basic emotions
expected emotion
displayed emotion
congruence
deception

How to Cite

Bielsa, A. J. . (2021). Verbal-nonverbal Congruence or Veracity (V2) in the System for Analysis of Validity in Evaluation (SAVE). South Florida Journal of Development, 2(2), 3689–3693. https://doi.org/10.46932/sfjdv2n2-205

Abstract

In SAVE (López, et al, 2018) Veracity (V2) refers to the harmonic congruence (adequate synchrony, intensity, and relationship) between the verbal content, already studied in V1 and the nonverbal behavior that accompanies it. The concordance between the verbal message emitted and the non-verbal communication that derives from the cognitive and emotional processes of the subject is related to characteristics of honesty and sincerity in the speeches.

https://doi.org/10.46932/sfjdv2n2-205
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