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What is nonverbal communication?
Any information or emotion communicated without using words...or nonlinguistically.
What is paralanguage?
All of the nonlanguage means of vocal expression, such as rate, pitch, and tone.
What is norms and rules?
What is appropriate, expected, or permissible in social situations.
What is emblems?
Have a direct verbal translation, usually a word or phrase.
"way to go", "A-Ok", "It's hot", "okay", "whoopee", "no thanks" etc...
What is illustrators?
Nonverbal cues directly tied to speech.
What is affect displays?
All those nonverbal cues that reveal your affective, or feeling state.
What is regulators?
Nonverbal cues that regulate the give-and-take of speaking and listening.
What is adaptors?
Objects manipulated for a purpose.
What is intimate distance?
Physical comforting, lovemaking and physical fighting.
0-18 inches
What is personal distance?
Conversations at work, school or a party.
18 inches to 4 feet
What is social distance?
Conversation groups, living room setting.
4-12 feet
What is public distance?
Public speaking style.
12 feet or further
What is touch?
The perception by a sence of feeling as that derived by the hand, finger, or other part of the body.
What is time?
The period during which something exists, happens, or acts.
What is silence?
The absence of any sound or noise.