Nonverbal - public 5 Affect displays nonverbal movements of the face and body used to show emotion Nonverbal working with verbal 1 Repetition

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Non-verbal communication That 70’s show: 1. Eric doesn’t understand Donna 2. Facial expressions, gestures, tone of voice Nonverbal communication- 1. Process of using messages that are not words to generate meaning Gestures: 1. Emblems- nonverbal movements that substitute a gesture for a word or phrase 2. Illustrators- nonverbal movements that accompany or reinforce verbal messages 3. Regulators- nonverbal movements that control the flow or regulate the base of communication 4. Adaptors- nonverbal movements that you might perform fully in private or partially in
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Unformatted text preview: public 5. Affect displays- nonverbal movements of the face and body used to show emotion Nonverbal working with verbal: 1. Repetition- repeat what you’re saying 2. Emphasis 3. Complementation 4. Contradict 5. Substitution 6. Regulation Paralinguistic features- 1. Volume 2. Rate 3. Pitch 4. Non word sounds 5. Pronunciation- how word is pronounced in the right way 6. Articulation- how clear Distance: 1. Intimate- 0 to 18 inches 2. Personal- 18 inches to 4 feet 3. Social- 4 to 12 feet 4. Public- more than 12 feet...
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2011 for the course COMM 1000 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at University of Central Florida.

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Nonverbal - public 5 Affect displays nonverbal movements of the face and body used to show emotion Nonverbal working with verbal 1 Repetition

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