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NOTE: During the conversation described above, have a member of your group observe/count examples of various nonfluencies that the other person displays.
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3 Topic 5 PHYSICAL APPEARANCE Find three people who are wearing very different types of clothing. (They must be previously unknown.) Based on their clothing choices, posture, and body movements, try to determine for each one: a) his/her level of confidence in his/her physical appearance b) aspects of his/her personality (such as insecurity, sense of fun, nervousness, confidence, openness, etc.) Be prepared to defend your analysis. Topic 6 FACE AND EYES Go out on campus and find an individual that you can observe without being noticed. Observe this individual's facial clues very closely. Based on what you have observed, make notes about each of the following: 1. The extent to which communication is experienced as pleasant or unpleasant good or bad. 2. The level of interest in the communication. 3. The intensity of involvement in the communication. 4. The spontaneity of the response. 5. The extent to which communication is understood. Repeat this exercise with a second individual. Be prepared to explain the reasons behind your conclusions.
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