CommArts Professor Corey Liberman Releases Seventh Book • Communication and Media Arts • Marymount Manhattan College

Communication and media arts professor Corey Liberman, Ph.D., alongside co-editor Jason S. Wrench of SUNY New Paltz, recently released his seventh book Box non-verbal communication. Providing 25 case studies that illustrate why and how nonverbal communication is so predictive of communication effectiveness, but also communicative barriers, the book explores how nonverbal communication can become more effective and predictive of positive valence outcomes. .

“I’ve been interested in doing this casebook for a long time,” says Dr. Liberman. “Much of our daily interactions involve non-verbal communication variables and this became exponentially more apparent when we recently found ourselves in a world inundated by Zoom. Readers will learn how non-verbal communication is becoming predictive of the effectiveness of communication in relationships, groups and organizations, in mediated and unmediated environments.

Before posting Box non-verbal communication, Dr. Liberman recently published Mediated case Communication last February and Risk and Crisis Communication: Communicating in Disruptive Times in 2020.

For a complete list of Dr. Liberman’s publications, see his MMC profile.

Congratulations Dr. Liberman!

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