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non·ver·bal

(non-ver'bĕl),
Denoting communication without words, for example, by signs, symbols, facial expressions, gestures, posture.

nonverbal

(nŏn-vûr′bəl)
adj.
Involving little or no use of words: a nonverbal intelligence test.
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Tresness's journey to becoming a leading advocate for nonverbal and limited communicators and to founding CHAT Collective began in 2000, when her son, Graham, was born with cerebral palsy.
In the instructional control literature, the common strategy is to program, in an initial phase, an instruction that corresponds to the nonverbal contingency in place and, in a second phase, to change this contingency but not the instruction and then observe whether the behavior changes with the contingency or persists in a manner corresponding to the instruction (e.
Joe Navarro, former FBI counterintelligence special agent and expert on nonverbal cues, emphasizes the importance of establishing a baseline while interviewing potential suspects.
Linked to the idea of (learned) display rules in the context of emotional expressions, it can also be assumed that nonverbal behavior might simply be the result of a learning process, without a player experiencing specific emotions.
People define nonverbal intelligence differently, but it's not just about body language.
Currently, very little is known about the ability of people who are blind to interpret speech accompanied by nonverbal information.
Nonverbal communication--style, expression, tone, body-language, voice--are especially powerful, harder to manipulate, more accurate and therefore impactful.
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Comparisons of cognitive function based on neuropsychological testing with the imaging results showed that vascular brain injury strongly correlated with cognitive impairment for verbal memory arid executive function, but not nonverbal memory (JAMA Neurol.
Nonverbal information on the emotional state of the speaker comprises both visual and auditory cues.
Rather, it is how these nonverbal cues change over time from a person's baseline and how they combine with the individual's words.
In face-to-face meetings, our brains process the continual cascade of nonverbal cues that we use as the basis for building trust and professional intimacy.