Business Communication Non-Verbal Communication Vocab
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The process of conveying a message without the use of words.
Nonverbal expression that reinforces a verbal message.
Nonverbal gesture that carries a specific meaning and can replace or reinforce words.
Nonverbal expression that controls, encourages, or discourages interaction.
Something that helps us feel comfortable or indicates emotions or moods.
Adapting something about yourself in way for which it was not designed or for no apparent purpose.
Use of an object for a purpose other than its intended design.
The study of the human use of space and distance in communication
The space you claim as your own, are responsible for, or are willing to defend
The "bubble" of space surrounding each individual.
The study of how we refer to and perceive time.
the study of body movement
touch in communication interaction
Involves verbal and nonverbal aspects of speech that influence meaning, including tone, intensity, pausing, and silence.
A silence between verbal messages that is full of meaning
Nonverbal representations of communication.
Involves the physical and psychological aspects of the communication context.
Raising the hand slightly to signal a nonverbal foreshadowing.
Holding one hand at waist level pointing outward, and raising it up with your palm forward, as in the "stop" gesture.
Lowering your hand past your waistline and away from your body.
Using your face to display feelings and attitudes nonverbally.
The speaker's gaze that engages the audience members.
A visual depiction of how variables relate to each other or how something works.
Images created from templates in a slideware program such as PowerPoint which present visual information to the audience.
An expression of emotion or mood.
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