All aspects of spoken language except the words themselves; includes rate, volume, pitch, stress, etc.,
Aspects of spoken communication that do not involve words, ie. body language, gestures, pitch.,
Speech mechanisms that signal attitude or emotion;intonation, rate of speech, pause, stress.
Body language, signs, olefactory, proxemics, eye contact, tone, intonation
Form of language in which meaning is conveyed through variations in speech qualities, such as loudness, pitch, rate, hesitations, etc,
The study of sounds that accompany speech but that are not directly a part of language. Paralanguage can often indicate how a person feels about what they are saying.