The channels of nonverbal messages (messages ( ( , ), eye messages (eye…
The channels of nonverbal messages
Physical appearance can speak loudly, for instance if a short person threatened a tell muscular person they may fear for their safety.
Other appearances include the way a person dresses and hold themselves.
eye messages are an important part of sending nonverbal messages because making eye contact with someone while talking shows them that you are listening.
Rude or hurtful eye contact is if someone were to roll their eyes in dissapointment.
These are conveyed through human made objects.
When my grandmother was sick we sent her a candy bar bouquet to make her feel better.
Facial messages are expressions that give off your mood such as frown for sad, and smile for happy.
Facial expressions are also used in conversations while talking to people or listening to show what you are feeling.
This refers to how you say something and how it comes across, and less about what what you.
Silence while talking is used to think about what is being said, and evaluate about what is being said.
Touch is a vital form of messages becuase when you go in for an interview, you should shake hands with the boss. Or if someone does a good job and you pat them on the back.
body gestures include smiling to convey happiness, growing to convey sadness and hand gestures used instead of words.