|Introduction to nonverbal communication||3|
During conversations, we often nod, change our speaking tempo and rhythm, make pauses, and stress various words. We use such nonverbal behaviors either intentionally or unintentionally in order to facilitate communications with others. In our daily life, nonverbal communication using nonverbal behaviors plays essential roles in providing cues for understanding speaker’s psychological phenomena, thereby facilitating human communication. The way how something is expressed may carry more significance and weight than what is actually said – the words themselves. Accompanied by a smile or a frown, said with a loud, scolding voice or a gentle, easy one, the contents of our communications are framed by our holistic perceptions of their context. Nonverbal communication is the single most powerful form of communication. More than voice or even words, nonverbal communication cues you in to what is on another person’s mind.
Nonverbal communication ranges from facial expression to body language. Gestures, signs, and use of space are also important in nonverbal communication.…
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