Nonverbal vs. Verbal
Nonverbal vs. Verbal COM 250
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Date Created: 04/03/16
Nonverbal Communication Nonlinguistic Right Brain Biological Sooner in time and in individuals than verbal Verbal Communication Displays cross-cultural similarities that verbal does not. Left Brain Codes are iconic Language based on arbitrary meaning Continuous Cultural No basic units Multi-channeled Notational iconic; directly resemble the Inherently redundant object they represent Messages are Discontinuous processed as a gestalt; Gestalt is an Unitized accumulation of single Single channeled Requires repetition for processed as a whole redundancy Messages syncretically (taking in the whole Verbal messages are picture) processed discretely Messages Analytically Systems are symbolic spontaneous spontaneous Perceived more genuine and more communication is not likely to be believed symbolic because the than verbal referent is not arbitrary or socially Speaks more to the determined. relational (persuasive) Plays more to the Ex: Could you please close the door. functional
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