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Test 1

3 general purposes of interactions communication, catharsis, persuasion
nonverbal codes kinesics, proxemics, haptics, vocalics, physical appearance
codes of interaction nonverbal and verbal
theoretical approaches nature, nurture, functional
types of markers boundary, ear, central
boundary marker off-limits
ear marker
central marker reserving an area
chronemics study of time
proxemics study of space
nature facial expressions
nurture learned
functional why we use our gestures
3 time variables daily, monthly, lifetime
leonard bickman dime in a phone booth
singer physical attractiveness in the classroom
division of semiotics semantics, syntactics, pragmatics
semantics words and their meanings
syntactics placement of words
pragmatics use of codes
who purposed nature's approaches Darwin and Ekman
kinesics eye behavior, hand gestures, posture, facial expressions
ectomorph skinny
mesomorph muscular build
endomorph fat
Ekman's universal emotions fear, anger, sadness, disgust, contempt, happiness, surprised
Chomsky's theory we are born with the ability to speak
who created semantics Sapir and Whorf
who created pragmatics Korzybski
who started nonverbal communication darwin
was singer's study true or false false
Created by: mcp22
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