Interpersonal Stances - Experiment
This is an experiment aimed to investigate people’s abilities in applying ‘interpersonal stances’. An interpersonal stance is the ‘behavioural style’ you take during a face-to-face conversation (for example, ‘leading’ or ‘aggressive’). This experiment is restricted to the stances expressed via voice! This research is a partnership between Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Radboud Universiteit.
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Below you find the explanation of the experiment in short videos and the software necessary to participate in the research.
EXPERIMENT STEP BY STEP
Watch the short videos
Answer the Initial Survey by clicking here: (Survey 1)
Download the software and sentences
Record the sentences and submit them to the researchers. (contact via PROLIFIC message system OR the comment area in the website OR send an email to email@example.com.
After receiving your unique key code, start to play with the software (play 8 times per day!). The results of each session are saved in a server.
Consider recording again some of the categories for which you did not achieve a good performance, or about which you are not satisfied. (This will save your time later because it allows you to reach the goal faster).
After playing for 3 days, answer the final survey by clicking here: (Survey 2)