Nonverbal behavior may be defined as any behavior

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Nonverbal behavior may be defined as any behavior, intentional or unintentional, beyond the words themselves that can be interpreted by a receiver as having meaning. Nonverbal behaviors could include facial expressions, eye contact, gestures, body movements, posture, physical appearance, space, touch, and time usage (se acuerdan de el partido final en la copa mundial?). They are all different from culture to culture. Nonverbal behavior.Seven categories 1 Body Language: o Gestures, body movement, facial movement, and eye contact are combined in the kinesic code commonly Nonverbal behavior.Seven categories 2. Vocalics o refers to call vocal activity other than the verbal context itself. o Also called paralanguage, vocalics includes tone, volume, and sounds that are not words. Nonverbal behavior.Seven categories 3 Behaviors o that involve touching are placed in the haptics code. Nonverbal behavior.Seven categories
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4. Proxemics o The use of space Nonverbal behavior.Seven categories 5. Chronemics. o the use of time Nonverbal behavior.Seven categories 6. Physical appearance o includes body shape and size, as well as clothing and jewelry.
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This note was uploaded on 01/05/2012 for the course 101 melissa jo taught by Professor Acc101 during the Spring '11 term at Aarhus Universitet.

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