Download PDF by Judith A. Hall: Nonverbal Communication

By Judith A. Hall

ISBN-10: 3110238144

ISBN-13: 9783110238143

Students all over the world are quickly uncovering new information regarding nonverbal verbal exchange in human transactions. Authors from 8 nations summarize the speculation and study linked to a number of behaviors important to an realizing of nonverbal procedures. The breadth and intensity of this quantity make it a tremendous contribution to the scholarly literature on human habit in addition to to the applying of that wisdom to lifestyle.

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More than 80 years have passed since the earliest attempts to systematically measure facial actions. Tech- 38 Jinni A. Harrigan niques for measuring facial actions are presented here but more thorough treatments exist (Cohn and Ekman 2005). One of the oldest research questions regarding facial cues, cultural specificity in emotion recognition, has been elucidated in Elfenbein and Ambady’s (2002) thorough meta-analysis on studies of the universality of emotion recognition. The oldest, most developed, and most used method for enumerating facial actions is manual coding which involves a trained coder counting specific facial movements based on a systematic inventory of facial muscle movements.

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Hall Photo courtesy of copyright holder, Karin B. Hall. Adam Kendon Photo courtesy of McNeill Lab, Center for Gesture and Speech Research, University of Chicago. Albert Mehrabian Photo courtesy of Albert Mehrabian. Robert Rosenthal Photo courtesy of the University of California, Riverside. Albert Scheflen Photo appeared on the back cover of A. E. Scheflen (with Alice Scheflen) 1972 Body Language and Social Order. : Prentice Hall. References Adler, S. 1970. The Non-verbal Child: An Introduction to Pediatric Language Pathology.

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