Although much of the communication that occurs in social interactions is verbal -- what we actually say to each other -- we convey as much or even more information without words. Nonverbal behaviors such as facial expressions or body language can be used as a substitute for words or may provide additional cues in an interaction. At times these nonverbal cues may even contradict the words we say, such as tone of voice when we are being sarcastic. Join Clarkson Psychology Professor Tina Norton as she discusses aspects of nonverbal communication, and become a keen observer of these subtle -- and not so subtle -- hints to what people are really saying.
Produced by Kim Villemaire.
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