Paralanguage is the non-verbal element of communication that is used to change meaning and express emotion. It may be expressed knowingly or unknowingly, and it includes the volume, pitch, and in some instances, intonation of speech.
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The set of nonphonemic properties of speech, such as speaking tempo, vocal pitch, and intonational contours, that can be used to communicate attitudes or other shades of meaning.
paralanguage: the use of manner of speaking to communicate particular meanings
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The elements of paralanguage include the inflection of the voice, the pitch,
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vocal features that accompany speech and contribute to communication but are not generally considered to be part of the language system, as vocal quality, loudness, and tempo: sometimes also including facial expressions and gestures.
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