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Transcript of Nonverbal Communication
Vocal Cues & Body Language
Intensity of Voice: how loud or soft you speak.
Speed at which you speak: How fast or slow you speak.
A momentary break.
Formation of clear distinct sounds in your speech.
Accepted standard of a sound or rhythm.
The lowness or highness of your voice.
Stressing or emphasizing
Example: having an accent
Helps clarify or reinforce verbal communication.
150 words per min. is the average.
The space between speakes
Stop for a moment and notice how you’re sitting. What does your position say nonverbaly
about how you feel?
We can tell a good deal about how others feel simply by watching how tense or loose they seem to be. For example, tenseness is a way of detecting status differences: The lower-status person is generally the more rigid, tense-appearing one, whereas the one with higher status is more relaxed.
Take a look at your friends. Do you find that the people who spend time together share the
same ideas about clothing?