Reading 11: Hand Movements by Paul Ekman & Wallace V. Friesen
Why do we need to understand the difference between emblems, illustrators, and adaptors? How does that help us better understand nonverbal communication?
Reading 13: Eye Contact: The Core of Interpersonal Relatedness by Gerald W. Grumet
What do you feel are three important functions of eye contact/gaze, etc.?
Reading 14: Civil Inattention Exists - in Elevators by Miron Zuckerman, Marianne Miserandino, and Frank Bernieri
What is civil inattention? What did Zuckerman et .al. find out about it?
Reading 23: The Unbearable Likeness of Being Digital: The Persistence of Nonverbal Social Norms in Online Virtual Environments by Nick Yee, Jeremy N. Bailenson, Mark Urbanek, Francis Chang & Dan Merget
What did they find in this study? What does this mean?
Reading 50 The Influence of Nonverbal Behaviors in Compliance-Gaining Processes by Chris Segrin
Create two situations, one where you wish to persuade someone of equal status; another where you wish to persuade someone of higher status than you. How should you behave in each situation to maximize compliance gaining?
What does this article, Gaining compliance through nonverbal communication, say lawyers can do nonverbally to help their case?
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