Unformatted text preview: understood can be nodding of head, proper eye contact, and attentive body gestures. On the other hand, if somebody has a blank face or tries to avoid proper eye contact with the other person or there is little irritation in the behavior or a sense of restlessness or there is an attempt to change the topic of discussion by making weird body movements or if the forehead gets wrinkled because the person has raised the eyebrows or sometimes sweating, it all shows that he/she has not understood it....
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- Spring '10
- Nonverbal Communication, nonverbal behavior, non-verbal cues, proper eye contact