While most psychology researchers were exploring behaviorism, the study of
nonverbal communication began in 1955 by Adam Kendon, Albert Scheflen, and
Discover the eight different types of nonverbal communication and behavior
including gestures, facial expressions, and postures.
People communicate with more than just words. Hand gestures, facial
expressions and other cues will often carry far more information than just the
M.L. Patterson. Department of Psychology, University of Missouri-St. Louis, USA.
Keywords: Nonverbal communication, nonverbal behavior, interaction, culture,.
The New Jersey Journal of Communication, Volume 7, No. 2. Fall 1999, pages.
Nonverbal Communication and Psychology: Past and Future. Marvin A. Hecht ...
Nov 5, 2013 ... There are individual differences in our ability to use and to read nonverbal cues.
Nonverbal communication involves the ability to recognize and ...
The Social Psychology of Nonverbal Communication gathers together leading
scholars of nonverbal communication from around the world to offer insight into a
A significant amount of the communication that goes on between people is non-
verbal. Although most people do not realize it, and more cannot pick up on it, ...
(Ed.), Advances in experimental social psychology (pp. 389-450). San. Diego ...
Much of what social psychologists think about nonverbal behavior derives from a
In a brief sense, “non-verbal communication” refers to any communicative ... on
the research of Dr. Albert Mehrabian, Professor Emeritus of Psychology, UCLA:.