NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION 1NONVERBAL COMMUNICATIONStudent’s NameInstitutional AffiliationABSTRACT
NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION 2Nonverbal communication ranges from facial expression to body language. Some experts believethat over 90% of communication is non-verbal. This paper discusses the works of Hall et al. (2019) which indicates that verbal communication just make up 7% of the message send; vocal communication represents 38% and non-verbal communication the remaining 55%, for a 93% aggregate of non-verbal signs, as well as reduced nature for negative-demeanor faces, a passed judgment difference in the intensity of expression, in most cases facial stimuli.The outcomes depend on the independence of expression processing and facial distinctiveness, and regarding factors responsible for memory and face familiarity.I.Research Questions1.How much information is shared through nonverbal communication, versus verbal communication?Study shows that only 7% of communication is done in words we clearly understand. This means that non-verbal cues show more significance than their accompanying words. Generally, 93% of communication does not involve words as only 39% communication is done through a word of mouth while 55% of communication is done through body language (Hall et al., 2019). 2.Which are the most commonly understood gestures and facial expressions?