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Facial Expression

Facial expressions Facial expressions also communicate cognitive messages and emotions. They enhance your verbal communication by producing "feeling tone," the impression that you care about what you're saying. The following tips will help you use facial expressions to increase your persuasiveness: Smile before you begin speaking Don't be either mechanical or melodramatic; act naturally Think about what you're saying and react with facial expressions to match or enhance the thought (intro) We spend...

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Emotion and Facial Expression

Emotion and Facial Expression Neither emotion nor it is expression are concepts universally embraced by psychologists. The term "expression" implies the existence of something that is expressed. Some psychologists deny that there is really any specific organic state that corresponds to our naive ideas about human emotions; thus, its expression is a non sequitur. Other psychologists think that the behaviors referenced by the term "expression" are part of an organized emotional response, and thus...

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Communication and Facial Expressions

communication can be in the forms of facial expressions, gestures, body language and posture, eye gaze, blinking of eyes, and lips or mouth. Demonstrative communication can be effective and ineffective, positive and negative, for the sender and receiver, and involves listening and responding. Communication is around us every day and having effective communications skills will help a conversation flow properly. Demonstrative communication can be in the form of facial expressions, gestures, body language and...

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Facial Expression Plays in Intercultural Communication

Abstract:This paper studies the vital role that facial expression plays in intercultural communication, which emphasizes the impor- tance of nonverbal communication, focusing on the use of facial ex- pression. This paper first provides a definition of nonverbal communi- cation and then makes a comparison between verbal and nonverbal communication. Then it presents the readers a clearer idea about cul- tural variations of facial expression in nonverbal communication so people can avoid...

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Tonsillitis: Coffee and Different Facial Expressions

take any drugs for abuse. Objective The patient is alert even though having a bad feeling. He is lying on bed to promote rest. He communicates well and talks fine. He can move his different parts of the body and he shows emotions by different facial expressions. PR: 78 bpm, RR: 22 cpm, T (axillary): 38⁰ C, BP (sitting): 110/90 2. Nutritional – Metabolic Pattern Daily Food and Fluid Intake He usually drinks coffee in the morning. For lunch and dinner, he eats vegetables and...

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Facial Expression

Facial expressions comprise a considerable amount of nonverbal communication. With our 80 facial muscles we can create more than 7,000 facial expressions. It is one of the most difficult types of nonverbal communication to master the subtle meanings and to be able to catch micro-expressions. Some facial expressions are similar where ever we are in the world. Human faces communicate happiness, sadness, anger and fear. The overall appearance of the face offer information about age, sex, race, ethnicity...

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Demonstrative Communication

communication can’t be put in words and we have to use demonstrative communication. Demonstrative communication is the nonverbal and unwritten way that we communicate with one another. Demonstrative communication involves such things as your facial expressions, body language, tone of voice or any other way that we communicate nonverbally (Fadal, syllabus, p.2). In our paper we will examine the ways of demonstrative communication. We will provide examples showing how demonstrative communication can...

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Demonstrative Communication

of the total meaning of communication (Mehrabian, 1972). Demonstrative communication is the process by which information is exchanged between individuals through a common system of symbols, signs, or behavior, which includes body language, facial expressions, tone of voice, and gestures or signs, to communicate. Body Language is a powerful tool and an individual’s body language is an important factor in how a message is received. Arms crossed carry different nonverbal meanings, such as a closed...

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Demonstarive Communication

unwritten ways. Nonverbal channels can be more important than words alone. Many read communication like this on a daily. Depending on how we see it will be how the message is received. Demonstrative communication includes ways of body language, facial expressions, and gestures. These are things that we do every day is send out messages without any kind of words. Depending on how we show it depends of on how people will read it. Body language is a form of demonstrative communication. Body language can...

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Non Verbal Communication

chose facial expression and gestures. Facial expressions can communicate sadness, happiness, anger aggression and defensiveness. The face is the most expressive area for nonverbal communication. The wide variety of emotions expressed through the face is a part of everyone’s repertoire. I try not to use facial expressions when interviewing, or just talking to someone, usually it does not work because I am very expressive. The plans I have to improve my ability to control my facial expressions is to...

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