SPCM1500 Exam 2 Notes 1

SPCM1500 Exam 2 Notes 1 - S PC M1500 EXA M 2 Nonverbal...

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SPCM1500 EXAM 2 7/18/11: Nonverbal Communication Types of nonverbal communication - Repeating: sends same message as verbal communication o I’m sad. - Emphasizing: reinforce the verbal message o Pointing, yelling, fist pound - Regulating: making the verbal stream longer or shorter o Raising hand, nodding, shake head, Hitch example: fiddling with keys to signal Alberto keep talking - Complementing: adding unique meaning o “I had a really good time on this date. Face starts flushing and turns red.- adds new meaning that she’s nervous or head over heels o Physiological features o Getting engages and crying (happy but overwhelmed) - Contradicting: Nonverbal message is counter to the verbal message o Sarcasm: “This will be so fun…” tone suggest sarcasm suggesting it won’t be fun - Substituting: Nonverbal message takes place of a verbal message o “Are you ok?” starts crying means no o “Will you marry me?” nods head, sticks out hand o “Hello” wave o Thumbs up o Nods/shakes
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This note was uploaded on 09/07/2011 for the course SPCM 1500 taught by Professor Emmelhainz during the Summer '07 term at UGA.

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SPCM1500 Exam 2 Notes 1 - S PC M1500 EXA M 2 Nonverbal...

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