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Communication in  Relationships
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A Basic Communication  Model
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A Basic Communication  Model Receiver’s  decoding Sender’s  encoding
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A Basic Communication  Model Noise and  Interference Noise and  Interference Receiver’s  decoding Sender’s  encoding
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Communication Type of communication Verbal Nonverbal Valence of the  communication Positive  Negative  Role of communication Sender Receiver Conflict management
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Importance of Nonverbal  Communication in  Relationships
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Nonverbal  Communication Facial expression Eye contact Body language Touch Interpersonal distance paralanguage
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Facial Expressions of Emotion six basic emotional expressions: Source of images: Microsoft Office Online.
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Are facial expressions universal?
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Facial Expressions of Emotion § Other emotions: guilt, shame, embarrassment, pride Source of images: Microsoft Office Online.
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Eye Contact Gazing Visual dominance ratio
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Body Language Overall effectiveness Culturally unique emblems
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Touch Importance of touch in relationships Cultural differences
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Interpersonal Distance Public zone Social zone Personal zone Intimate zone v Cultural difference
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Paralanguage Paralanguage: How we say things Rhythm, pitch, loudness, rate Baby talk?
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Nonverbal Sensitivity in  Relationships Noller’s (1980) study
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Valence of  Communication
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2012 for the course PSY 366 taught by Professor Shanhongluo during the Fall '11 term at University of North Carolina Wilmington.

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