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COMPLEMENTING
The use of nonverbal cues to complete, describe, or accent verbal cues.
REPEATING
THe use on nonverbal cues to convey the same meaning as the verbal message.
REGULATING
THe use of nonverbal cues to control the flow of communication.
SUBSTITUTING
THe use of nonverbal cues in place of verbal messages when speaking is impossile, undesirable, or innapropriate.
DECIEVING
Purposefully misleading others by using nonverbal cues to reat false impressions or to convey incorrect info.
KINESICS
Sometimes reffered to as "body language", any movement of the face or body that communicates a message.
EYE BEHAVIOR
A category of kinesics and a subcategory of facial expressions that includes any movenment of behavior of the eyes.
OCULESICS
Study of eye movement and behavior
FACIAL EXPRESSION
Configuration of the face that can reflect, augment, contradict, or be unrelated to a speaker's vocal delivery.
FACIAL MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES
Control of facial muscles to conceal inappropriate or unacceptable responses.
HAPTICS
Tactile, or touch, communication; one of the most basic forms of communication.
PROXEMICS
The study of the use of space and of distance between individuals when they are communicating.
TERRITORIALITY
THe need to identify certain areas of space as one's own.
CHRONEMICS
The study of how people percieve, structure, and use time as communication.
PARALANGUAGE/VOCALICS
THe way we vocalize, or say, the words we speak.
VOCAL PAUSE
A hesitation, usually short in duration.
SILENCE
An extended period of time without sound.
OFFACTICS
Study of smell or odors.
ARTIFACT
A personal ornament or possesion that communicates information about a person.
FUNCTIONAL APPROACH
Using more than one non-verbal message at a time to look for meaning.
DESCRIPTIVE FEEDBACK
The stating of the interpretation of the message received back to the sender.
SELF MONITERING
THe willingness to change behavior to fit situations, awareness of effects on others, and the ability to reulate nonverbal cues and other factors to influene other's impressions.