Affects acculturation verbal behaviour selective

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Unformatted text preview: ynchrony is when two people in a conversation unconsciously sit in similar positions and make similar gestures • movement complimentarity refers to paired movements that may not be identical but are still harmonious • movement dissynchrony is when clients suddenly change body posture or when their movements show mixed emotions. For example, if one fist is clenched while the other is relaxed while talking about a friend • you can deliberately mirror your clients movements, but be careful with this because they may suspect your intentions acculturation issues in noverbal behaviour: avoid stereotyping • acculturation is the degree to which an individual has adopted the norms or standard way of behaving in a given culture • “normative behaviour” does not exist in any single individual, so stereotyping individuals or groups needs...
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