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Copy of iMPLICIT AND EXPLICIT SIGNALS

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What is an implicit signal?
Not directly stated; but understood in what it is expressed
Automatically provides appropriate handshaking signals and logic for each method of an interface.
Implicit is implied, rather than directly stated. A facial expression can be an implicit signal. But, any hint you give indirectly is an implicit signal.
What is an explicit signal?
Explicit signals are clear and direct. Basically anything someone tells you in clear language is explicit.
Example of an Explicit Signal
Traffic light
What is a verbal signal?
refers to the words we use to communicate a message
face-to-face, telephone, radio or television and other media
Examples of Verbal Signals
understood spoken words, as well as ensuring that the enunciation, stress and tone of voice with which the words are expressed is appropriate
meeting
workshops
What are some examples of implicit signals?
wink
handshake
hand waving
any body movement
ready signals
enable signals
iMPLICIT AND EXPLICIT SIGNALS
VERBAL AND NONVERBAL SIGNS

What is a nonverbal signal?
Nonverbal signals communicate emotion, establish relationships among members, supplement and clarify verbal expressions, substitute for words, and regulate the flow of talk.
Examples of Nonverbal Signals
appearance; spatial relations, seating arrangements, and distances; eye contact; facial expressions; body movements and gestures; vocal cues; time; and touch.
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