1) They supplement verbal cues by adding emphasis to certain words (example: crossing your arms across your chest); (2) they can substitute verbal cues (example: frowning, yawning or a raised eye brow); (3) they can contradict the verbal cues (example: someone's head continuously bob and their eyes are closed however they say they're interested in the presentation), and (4) they regulate the verbal cues (example: pausing and looking at someone to await a response).
Criteria: Given solution needs to be verified to be complete and thorough and have at least a minimum of 100 words with more often needed, current answer is only 72 words.
This question was asked on Nov 23, 2010 and answered on Nov 24, 2010.
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