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The interviews

In spring 2010, we rented a space at the W Hotel and set up a series of videotaped interviews. Our participants thought that they were simply answering questions about their first date experiences. However, our goal was two-fold. After asking them a wide range of questions as well as recording their first date stories and preferences, we coded the interviews for nonverbal behavior. In the end, we broke down each piece of footage for nonverbal cues of deception, discomfort, interest, and boredom.

In spring 2010, we rented a space at the W Hotel and set up a series of videotaped interviews. Our participants thought that they were simply answering questions about their first date experiences. However, our goal was two-fold. After asking them a wide range of questions as well as recording their first date stories and preferences, we coded the interviews for nonverbal behavior. In the end, we broke down each piece of footage for nonverbal cues of deception, discomfort, interest, and boredom.

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