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Types of Nonverbal communication six primary facial expressions ex: surprise, happy, sad, disgust, fear, anger happiness: outer lips raised towards the ears, eye muscle also contract sadness: inner eye brows going down fear: raised eye brows and eye lids and stretched mouth anger: inner eyes brows come down, flared nostrils surprise: jaws open, raised eye brows disgust: most difficult to read, upper lip fold upward and away (contempt): one side of the face become stretched (research going on) Micro Expressions (instantaneous) F.A.C.S. Facial action coding system observable emotional expression other type: F.A.C.E. Facial expression compassion emotion tracks microsigns this system tracks if someone is lying or not Proxemics clip (sienfeld) the amount of space between people Edward Hall's Spatial Zones *Intimate (0-2 feet): very close! *Personal (2-4 feet): friendship
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2012 for the course COM 134 taught by Professor Frymier during the Fall '08 term at Miami University.

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