1. In person perception, positive or negative evaluation influenced by a person's body language, personal appearance, or mode of dress.
2. Body language signifying a positive or negative evaluation of someone. For instance, research studies have shown that television anchors can unconsciously exhibit nonverbal cues reflecting their differential evaluation of political figures, and that such reactions can influence viewers.
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