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Nonverbal cont.

Speech Exam 2

what are the components of bodily actions? facial expressions, eye movement, posture, gestures, voice (paralanguage), haptics (touch), proxemics...
what are two types of facial expressions? macrofacial expression and microfacial expression
what is a macrofacial expression? the expression as a whole
what is a microfacial expression? the expressions that take milliseconds, the ones that you have to be trained in order to see
what percentage of meaning comes from the face? 55%
what does your eye movement do? regulates flow, expresses emotions, monitors feedback, and communicate the nature of your interpersonal relationship
What did Gotman do? came up with the 4 warning signs for divorce
what are the 4 warning signs for divorce? negative criticism, disinterest, contempt, withdrawal
what signals can posture send? gauges your power, confidence...
what do GOOD gestures do? show a connection between the speaker and the message
what does your voice (paralanguage) do? ppl stereotype by voice, tone, pitch, rythm, accents, etc.
what is paralanguage? everything surrounding the word
what is haptics? touch
what is significant about haptics everyone wants to touch and be touched
what is marasmus? a disease in which healthy people will themselves to death because of the lack of human touch (common in soldiers)
what is proxemics? where you are
What is significant about proxemics? where you are says something about your space, arrangement not only directs the flow of messages, but can determine status
what are the 4 zones? intimate, personal, social, and public
what is intimate? 0-18in.
what is personal? 18in-4ft. (your personal bubble, social conversation)
what is social? 4-12ft. (formal conversation, doctor or lawyer, etc.)
what is public? 12+ feet
territory is... stationary!
Created by: kelseyrae



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