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Body language

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Cristian Pizarro

on 16 December 2013

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Transcript of Body language

Body Language
Cristian Pizarro
Look for congruence
Read gestures in context
"Lying Brain"
"Honest Brain"
They're the most honest parts of our body
because we pay the least attention to them
Direction of feet/legs
can reveal how we feel
Turn toward things we like or agree with
Turn away from things we dislike or disagree with
Steepling
- indicates confidence
Tightly clenched hands
- indicates stress or concern
7 Basic Emotions
Anger, fear, happiness, disgust,
sadness, surprise, contempt
Discovered by Paul Ekman
Are universal
What does our body language and other nonverbal gestures mean?
Look for changes
Can also indicate where we want to go
Torso
Torso Lean
People distance themselves from
stressful or unwanted things
Takes extra effort to hold these
positions but when they're actually real,
people won't get tired
Ventral side hidden around unwanted
things
Arm withdrawal
Can signify: anger, fear, injured,
threats, abuse, worry
Microexpressions
Expressions that last about 1/25 of a second
Most people don't realize they're doing it
Can reveal how a person actually feels
Microexpressions
Expressions that last about 1/25 of a second
Most people don't realize they're doing it
Can reveal how a person actually feels

Eye dilation is not consciously controlled
Eyes dilate around things we like and constrict around things we dislike
Paul Ekman
Questions
There are some rules
Pease 2004
What is body language?
"The most importan thing
in comunication is hearing
what isn't said"
Peater F. Drucker

Body language
Eyes
Hans and Arms
Legs
Gestures
Microexpresions
What is your body language saying - or not saying?
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