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Ten Channels of Nonverbal Communication

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Transcript of Ten Channels of Nonverbal Communication

Ten Channels of Nonverbal Communication
Facial Displays
Eye Behavior
Movement and Gestures
Touch Behaviors
Vocal Behaviors
The use of smell
The use of space
Physical Appearance
The use of time
The use of artifacts

Facial Behaviors
The use of facial expressions for communication
The face is the most important visual clue we use to identify with others
The face plays a role in attractiveness
Symmetry : Similarity between the left and right sides of the face or body
Proportionality: Size of facial features relative to one another
Eye Behavior
Oculesics: The study of eye behavior
Eye contact
Movement and Gestures
Kinesics: Study of movement
Gesticulation: The use of arm and hand movements
Emblem: Gesture with a direct verbal translation
Illustrator: Gesture that enhances or clarifies a verbal message
Affect Displays: Gestures that communicate emotion
Regulator: Gesture that controls the flow of conversation
Adaptor: Gesture used to satisfy a personal need
Touch Behaviors
Haptics: Study of how people use touch to communicate
Affectionate Touch
Caregiving Touch
Power and Control Touch
Aggressive Touch
Ritualistic Touch
Vocal Behaviors
Vocalics: Characteristics of the voice
Paralanguage: Vocalic behaviors that go along with verbal behavior to convey meaning
Pitch
Inflection
Volume
Rate
Filler Words
Pronunciation
Articulation
Accent
Silence
The use of smell
Olfactics: Study of sense of smell
Memories
Sexual Attraction
The use of space
Proxemics: Study of spatial use
Intimate Distance: With intimate partners (0 -1 1/2 ft)
Personal Distance: With friends and relatives (1 1/2 - 4 ft)
Social Distance: Casual acquaintances (4 - 12 ft)
Public Distance: With someone giving a speech (12 - 25 ft)
Physical Appearance
Halo Effect: The tendency to attribute positive qualities to physically attractive people.
The use of time
The use of artifacts
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