CMN103 2010-02-09

CMN103 2010-02-09 - C MN103 2010-02-09 Nonverbal...

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2010-02-09 Nonverbal Communication o Communication other than spoken words o Catch-all for that which is not language Functions of nonverbal communication o Supplementary o Regulatory o Relational Responsiveness Liking Power and control Types of nonverbal communication o Artifacts Clothings; jewelry; personal items o Proxemics Position; space o Haptics Touch; actions o Kinesics Body movements o Paralanguage Vocalics; volume; speech rate; intonation and inflexion o Physical appearance Emotion o Five components of emotion Impetus: external stimulus that triggers the emotion Appraisal: evaluation of the stimulus; cognitive component Physiological changes: heart rate, pupil dilation, etc Action: external response to the emotion Regulation: Universal Primary Emotions o Anger, Fear, Surprise, Disgust, Happiness, Sadness Nonverbal Communication and Emotion o Emotions nonverbal communication o Nonverbal communication
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This note was uploaded on 06/06/2011 for the course CMN 103 taught by Professor Palomares during the Spring '08 term at UC Davis.

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CMN103 2010-02-09 - C MN103 2010-02-09 Nonverbal...

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