non-verbal communication


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non-verbal communication

Transmission of information from person to person without the use of words, as by gesture, bodily attitude, expression, exclamation, and so on.
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Huge amounts of research conducted over the years have proved that when properly used, non-verbal communication can make an instant impact on the other person, and can be key to greater success.
While the difficulties experienced by the nurses in verbal and non-verbal communication were obtained through closed-ended questions (yes/no/partially), contributing factors to communication difficulties and solution suggestions were obtained by open-ended questions.
Use of non-verbal communication helped the teacher to provide better understanding to the students in their learning achievement.
Nurses are submerged in an environment that is saturated with verbal and non-verbal communication that can, at times, be driven by time pressure, negative attitudes, distorted perceptions, and strong emotions.
Humans use a very large number of facial expressions to convey emotion, other non-verbal communication signals and language," Martinez said.
The limitations are visible in social interactions, verbal and non-verbal communication and intrinsic motivation.
Next generation Internet applications will be tactile and responsive to non-verbal communication in which remote users will be able to enjoy haptic experiences through real-time interactive systems.
Madam, Communication is the activity of conveying information through the exchange of ideas, feelings, intentions, attitudes, expectations, perceptions or commands, as verbal (communication) and non-verbal communication.
Be aware of |your non-verBAL COMMUNICATION WE often communicate our feelings through body language, facial expressions and gestures.
Social Thinking involves "emotional intelligence" such as "understanding that others have 'thoughts' separate from our own, to interpreting and responding to the nuances of verbal and non-verbal communication.
Critique: Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by impaired social interaction, verbal and non-verbal communication, and restricted and repetitive behavior.