expressiveness


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Synonyms for expressiveness

vivid, effective, or persuasive communication in speech or artistic performance

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the quality of being expressive

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The effect of maternal expressiveness on children's development of knowledge of display rules was also examined.
Another study, after speech therapy training expressiveness for telejournalists, showed significant results of communicative improvement according to the self-perception of viewers [5].
Several of the positive goals (as well as the negative expressiveness goal), tactics, and outcomes increased when the topic was a personal one.
But he more than made up for this with the continual dramatic interest and sheer expressiveness of his singing, including some judicious embellishments and a dramatic change of tone during "But who may abide the day of his coming?
That expressiveness is an objective property of music means that qualified listeners agree, to a great extent, about their emotive descriptions of music.
Consonants' visual expressiveness is much lower, so they are highly dependable from neighbouring vowels.
evaluate the effects of musical expertise on emotional responses to musical structure and expressiveness, and assess the influence of formal training in music through covert, overt and physiological measures: musical expertise may enhance the effects of expressiveness on emotional ratings as well as on the facial muscle activity: the emotional richness of a given musical piece is dependent of the interpretation that the performer makes of it, music performance represents an important determinant of emotional expression and esthetic appreciation of music, whereas expressiveness amplifies the intended emotion conveyed by music structure, making music more engaging and more emotionally intense.
The thing about Tauseeq is his extreme expressiveness.
The present study is aimed to show a relationship between personal growth, emotional expressiveness and assertiveness of working and non-working females.
Part of what hinders our capacity to see this quality in their gestures is a general concept of blackness that privileges public expressiveness and resistance.
A range of workshops to enhance expressiveness and imagination has been arranged by members of the NEWI e3 group who invite all sections of the community to participate in the Creative Campus events.
To study how people weigh information when judging their own and others' masculinity-femininity (M-F), the author asked 170 male and 205 female participants to rate themselves and their best friends on M-F, instrumentality, expressiveness, and gender-typed hobby preferences.
Sleek and streamlined, it featured her extraordinarily diverse company--dancers tall and short, black, white, and Asian--in a work that focused on the power, sensuality, and expressiveness of human bodies.
It is never fused into the expressiveness of the act of the poem's making, but continues to be in dramatic relationship with that expressiveness.
and-ink-block cartoons of remarkable realism and expressiveness.