| Professed Impressions: What People Say About Others Affects Onlookers’ Perceptions of Speakers’ Power and Warmth
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Vol. 46(1)
Author(s): Daniel R. Ames, Emily C. Bianchi, Joe C. Magee
Abstract: During a conversation, it is common for a speaker to describe a third-party that the listener does not know. These professed impressions not only shap...