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Consists of gestures to strengthen a verbal message, such as pointing to the object of discussion.
Can be used to elaborate on verbal messages to reinforce the information sent when trying to achieve communication goals/
Oppose the verbal/it may occur for a variety of reasons often stemming from feelings of uncertainty, ambivelence or frustation.
People learn to identify facial expressions, body movements and body positioning.
Touch, voice pitch and gestures.
Type of communication that does not make use of words but may enhance or change the linguistic code.
Six ways in nonverbal communication
Repeating, Conflicting, complementing, regulating, substituting, and accenting/moderating
Nonlinguistic elements of communication
Devices used in conveying messages without entirely relying on speech or messages.
Study of gestures or related to movement of any part of the body.
Made with a part of the body/are purposive movements of some parts of the body.
Aid words in describing anything/makes limitation
Conventional signs/used to show your mood
Used when words or ideas need to be stressed or reinforced
Impersonation/adds amimation to your narration to make your story alive and interesting
Expression of the face/80 muscles in the face
Round eyes, smile, raised cheeks
Raised inner eyebrows, pulling down outer lip
Eyebrow raised, wide open eyes, open mouth
Lower eyebrows, intense stare
Raise eyebrows snd eyelids, slightly opened mouth, lip edge stretched back horizontally
Naturally occurs in one side of the face, pulling upper lip away
Wrinkled nose, lower eyelids and eyebrows, raised upper lip
0-18 inches/private conversation of close friends
18 inches-4 feet/arm's length/casual conversation
4-12 feet/impersonal conversation like a job interview
12-15 feet/public communication like lectures and speeches
Associated someone with someone who has exclusive use of it
No right to occupancy but people may still feel some degree of ownership to particular space
Area available to all but only for a period of time.
Created by other when they are interacting.
Study of the use of time
Monochronic time system
Things are done one at a time
Polychronic time system
Several things can be done simultaneously.
Study of smell
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