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physical appearance

western culture places high value on it

kinesics

body positions and motions including that of the face

enviromental factors

elements of a setting that affect how we think, feel, and act

silence

lack of communicated sound

artifacts

personal objects that annouce our identities

chronemics

how we perceive and use time

haptics

communication using touch

proexmics

space and how we use it

paralanguage

communication that is vocal but not actual words

olfactics

the influence of smell

non- verbal communication makes up how much of the meaning of communication

65% to 95%

not a part of nonverbal communication

clear and defined

nonverbal behaviors replace verbal communication how

1.repeats verbal messages 2. highlight verbal communication 3. adds to maening of words 4. frequently contardict verbal messages

non vebal cues, more than verbal ones

tell us when to keep silent and when to speak

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