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Review for Final Exam

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Review for Final Exam COMM 30203


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Final Exam review completed
Nonverbal Communication
Dr. Iba
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This 4 page Study Guide was uploaded by Vanessa on Monday September 26, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to COMM 30203 at Texas Christian University taught by Dr. Iba in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 6 views. For similar materials see Nonverbal Communication in Communication at Texas Christian University.


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Date Created: 09/26/16
Ch. 11 Vocalics & Deception Ch. 01-02-03-04 I. Proxemics - Study of space and distance - II. Kinesics - The study of movement III. Chronemics - The study of time  IV. Haptics -  Study of touch V. Territory - Territoriality VI. Environment - VII. Immediacy VIII. Regulators IX. *macro/micro environment, socio-petal/fugal environments, “selective inattention” - X. What is the difference between nonverbal information, behavior, and communication? - XI. What NV communication IS - A dynamic on­going process whereby senders and receivers exchange messages beyond words themselves - Can be accidental XII. Verbal & NV Inter-relatedness - Interaction Primacy­ what you see before you speak to a person; the  data you collect - Nonverbal is omnipresent - When NVC conflicts with verbal messages we believe what the  nonverbal messages are conveying - NV is used to enhance, clarify and qualify verbal messages - Predominant means of conveying meaning person­to­person 66% of  what we learn comes from nonverbal (Mehridian,1967 XIII. 2 sources of NVC - XIV. NVC & context Ch. 05-06-07 I. *crowding, density - II. *emblems, illustrators, speech independent gestures, speech dependent gestures III. *territorial markers IV. *referent-related speech gestures, attendant speech V. *Boopsie effect VI. Gestures & McNeill VII. T ypes & functions of gestures VIII. Physical attractiveness (effects on adults and children) IX. Spontaneous gestures & synchrony X. E.T. Hall’s distances; space management     Ch. 08-09-10 I. Nancy Henley & touch II. Self-touching IIILearned facial expressions IV.Speaker : Listener eye gaze ratio (dominant vs non- dominant speakers) V. The Secrets of Body Language (various questions from handout & film) VI. The Human Face (selected scenes) *Know these terms and definitions Films:  


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