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17 Cards in this Set

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Chronemics (199)
The study of how humans use and structure time
Disfluencies (194)
"um, er, uh"
Emblems (181)
nonverbal behaviors that are culturally understood substitutes for verbal expressions
Haptics (193)
The study of touching
Intimate Distance (198)
Skin contact to 18 inches
Kinesics (189)
Study of how people communicate by body language
Manipulators (191)
Fidgeting, or one part of the body grooms, massages, rubs, holds, pinches, etc, another part.
Nonverbal communication (177)
Messages expressed by nonlinguistic means
Oculesics (189)
the study of how the eyes communicate
Paralanguage (194)
the way a message is spoken
Personal distance (198)
18' at closest point, 4 feet farthest. contacts are close but possibly at arm's length
Personal Space (197)
the distance we put between ourselves and others
Proxemics (197)
Study of how communication is affected by use, organization, and perception of space
Public Distance (198)
12 feet and outward.
Regulators (183)
Nonverbal cues that help control verbal interactions. Turn taking signals: Changes in vocal intonation, drop in vocal pitch or loudness, drawl on last syllable etc.
Social Distance (198)
4-12 feet out from person
Territory (199)
the area that serves as an extension of our physical being.