nonverbal


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Synonyms for nonverbal

being other than verbal communication

lacking verbal skill

involving little use of language

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The physician's nonverbal behavior is crucial to the patient's impression of his (her) physician.
We make decisions about intentions and credibility within the first few minutes of meeting someone, in part because 60%-90% of communication with others is nonverbal (Economy, 2015).
By means of nonverbal and verbal communication strategies, a dental hygienist can enhance interactions and encourage clients to express their concerns.
Without systems and technologies that allow attorneys to capture relevant evidence that may be nonverbal, cases may be proceeding with missing evidentiary links that could assist a party in winning its case.
This text introduces the foundations, codes and functions, and applications of nonverbal communication.
Evaluation of nonverbal cues must be taken in context and compared to that person's baseline mannerism, voice cues and appearance.
Several functions of nonverbal behavior exist (Baesler & Burgoon, 1987), some of which are highly important in the team sport context.
Sari de la Motte: Nonverbal intelligence is the ability to be aware, adaptable and authentic in your communication.
Yalda Uhls, a senior researcher with the UCLA's Children's Digital Media Centre, said that people can't learn nonverbal emotional cues from a screen in the way they can learn it from facetoface communication.
Understanding Body Movement: A Guide to Empirical Research on Nonverbal Behaviour
People are not aware of the fact that besides their verbal communication the nonverbal gestures also transmit a potent message.
Communication is a summative effect of verbal and nonverbal cues that "function as a signal receiving unified interpretation" (Carston, 2004, p.
Nonverbal language represents the first real form of communication between individuals.
Washington, July 30 ( ANI ): Scientists have linked breastfeeding with better receptive language at 3 years of age and verbal and nonverbal intelligence at age 7 years.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Breastfeeding longer is associated with better receptive language at 3 years of age and verbal and nonverbal intelligence at age 7 years.