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by Louis Forsdale

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  • ISBN 015318731X
  • ISBN13 978-0153187315
  • Language English
  • Author Louis Forsdale
  • Publisher Harcourt Brace Jovanovich (1974)
  • Pages 162
  • Formats mobi txt docx doc
  • Category No category
  • Size ePub 1990 kb
  • Size Fb2 1602 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
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Nonverbal Communication:. has been added to your Cart. This book is awesome and Andersen does a fantastic job of making you think. After which I interviewed some of the parents and what I learned was amazing. This books is extremely informative about the subject of nonverbal communication. It covers cognitive functions, involuntary expressions and movements, signs, aggressiveness, facial cues, cultural boundaries, emotional intelligence, body codes, body positions, distances, sex differences, etc.

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Making eye contact with people you meet beforehand who express friendliness, and an eagerness to hear you speak, will get your talk off to a jumpstart. Look at that person directly in the eye and start speaking. Then, after a few moments, move on to another welcoming face.

Nonverbal communication takes place simultaneously with verbal communication. Direct eye contact is a sign of respect and attention in America and Europe; whereas in some Asian countries downcast eyes are a sign of respect and attention

Nonverbal communication takes place simultaneously with verbal communication. For example, when we agree or disagree with somebody, we often nod or shake our head to convey positive or negative feelings. Direct eye contact is a sign of respect and attention in America and Europe; whereas in some Asian countries downcast eyes are a sign of respect and attention. In many Asian cultures, the bow signifies the culture's concern with status and rank. In Japan low posture is an indicator of respect.

Scholars in this field usually use a strict sense of the term "verbal", meaning "of or concerned with words," and do not use "verbal communication" as a synonym for oral or spoken communication.