Nonverbal communication: the state of the art
Wiley, Apr 24, 1978 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 355 pages
This exhaustive, in-depth review of the research literature covers five major areas-facial expression, nonverbal vocal behavior, kinesics, visual behavior, and proxemics. Analyzes major psychological research methods in each area. Then reviews the bulk of published findings up to 1976, presenting these studies in sections on the various channels of nonverbal communication. Each chapter is followed by a complete list of references specific to the topic areas discussed.
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INTRODUCTION TO NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION
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