Nonverbal Communication

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Nonverbal Communication:

By Lauren Adams Nonverbal Communication

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Definition of Nonverbal Communication: “Communication without words” “Non” “Verbal” “Not” “With words” “messages expressed by nonlinguistic means”

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No matter what we do, we send out messages that say something about ourselves and our relationships with others.

What clues give you an idea what is going on in the conversation?:

What clues give you an idea what is going on in the conversation? Facial expressions Postures Gestures Vocal tones Other behaviors

Differences between verbal and nonverbal:

Differences between verbal and nonverbal Verbal Mostly voluntary & conscious Usually content-oriented Can be clear or vague Primarily shaped by culture Discontinuous/intermittent Single channel (words only) Nonverbal Often unconscious Usually relational Inherently ambiguous Primarily shaped by biology Continuous Multichanneled

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Nonverbal communication is much better suited to expressing attitudes and feelings than it is ideas. Imagine how you would express these phrases: “I’m tired.” “I’m angry at someone in the room.” “I’m in favor of capital punishment.”

Emoticons are a form of nonverbal communication with multiple meanings.:

Emoticons are a form of nonverbal communication with multiple meanings. :-) Basic smile or indicate humorous intent. :-D Big smile. ;-) Wink and grin or can be used to indicate sarcasm. :-( Frown. :-@ Screaming, swearing, very angry. :~-( Crying :-/ or :-\ Skeptical. :-O Surprised, yelling, realization of an error.

Nonverbal communication is influenced by culture:

Nonverbal communication is influenced by culture What does a wink mean to you?

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United States: “Good Job!” Germany: Number 1 Japan: Number 5

Eye contact is a way of regulating communication:

Eye contact is a way of regulating communication

Nonverbal communication can help you determine when a speaker is done talking:

Nonverbal communication can help you determine when a speaker is done talking Changes in vocal intonation – a rising or falling in pitch A drawl on the last syllable or the stressed syllable in a clause A drop in vocal pitch or loudness when speaking a common expression.

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There are many different types of nonverbal communication from face and eyes to touch and time.

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Facial Expressions

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Body Movement

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Touch

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Voice

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Distance

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Territoriality

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Time

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Physical Attractiveness

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Clothing

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Physical Environment

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