Peter Bull
Peter Bull
Honorary Professor in Psychology, Universities of York & Salford
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Posture & gesture
PE Bull
Elsevier, 1987
How not to answer questions in political interviews
P Bull, K Mayer
Political Psychology, 651-666, 1993
On identifying questions, replies, and non-replies in political interviews
P Bull
Journal of language and social psychology 13 (2), 115-131, 1994
Body movement and interpersonal communication
P Bull
John Wiley & Sons Inc, 1983
Detecting deception from emotional and unemotional cues
G Warren, E Schertler, P Bull
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 33 (1), 59-69, 2009
The microanalysis of political communication: Claptrap and ambiguity
P Bull
Routledge, 2003
Who are we and who are you? The strategic use of forms of address in political interviews
P Bull, A Fetzer
Text & Talk-An Interdisciplinary Journal of Language, Discourse …, 2006
Communication under the microscope: The theory and practice of microanalysis
P Bull
Routledge, 2013
Why politicians are three‐faced: The face model of political interviews
P Bull, J Elliott, D Palmer, L Walker
British Journal of Social Psychology 35 (2), 267-284, 1996
Slipperiness, evasion, and ambiguity
P Bull
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 27 (4), 333-344, 2008
The development of a comprehensive system for classifying interruptions
D Roger, P Bull, S Smith
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 7 (1), 27-34, 1988
Conversation: An interdisciplinary perspective
D Roger, P Bull
Multilingual Matters, 1989
Body movement and emphasis in speech
P Bull, G Connelly
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 9 (3), 169-187, 1985
Does it matter what patients think? The relationship between changes in patients' beliefs about angina and their psychological and functional status
G Furze, RJP Lewin, T Murberg, P Bull, DR Thompson
Journal of psychosomatic research 59 (5), 323-329, 2005
Nonverbal communication
P Bull
The Psychologist, 2001
Evaluation of a patient education leaflet designed to improve communication in medical consultations
LG Frederikson, PE Bull
Patient education and counseling 25 (1), 51-57, 1995
Interruptions in political interviews: A study of Margaret Thatcher and Neil Kinnock
P Bull, K Mayer
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 7 (1), 35-46, 1988
An appraisal of the current status of communication skills training in British medical schools
L Frederikson, P Bull
Social Science & Medicine 34 (5), 515-522, 1992
Equivocation theory and news interviews
P Bull
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 17 (1), 36-51, 1998
Equivocation and the rhetoric of modernization: An analysis of televised interviews with Tony Blair in the 1997 British General Election
P Bull
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 19 (2), 222-247, 2000
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