Nonverbal Messages 9-22

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Nonverbal Messages
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Nonverbal Communication is an Analogic Code Variable intensity Potential for universal meaning Ppl can understand them without having a shared language Simultaneous transmission Send lots of nonverbal cues at the same time Spontaneous transmission You don’t have to think in order to construct your message Automatic processing We can interpret people’s nonverbal behavior right away
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Channel Approach to NV Messages Each NV channel/behavior is examined in isolation from other behaviors Strength – Easy to examine one behavior at a time Weakness – Behaviors do not occur in isolation
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Nonverbal Channels Kinesic Cues Body movement, posture, gestures Proxemic Cues Space, how close we are to other people Touching Behaviors Facial Cues Face is where we see most emotion Eye Contact Important for regulating interaction for us Paralinguistic Cues The tone of your voice.
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This note was uploaded on 09/05/2011 for the course COMM 200 taught by Professor Theiss during the Spring '07 term at Rutgers.

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