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Non verbal comunication
Non verbal comunication
Non verbal comunication
Non verbal comunication
Non verbal comunication
Non verbal comunication
Non verbal comunication
Non verbal comunication
Non verbal comunication
Non verbal comunication
Non verbal comunication
Non verbal comunication
Non verbal comunication
Non verbal comunication
Non verbal comunication
Non verbal comunication
Non verbal comunication
Non verbal comunication
Non verbal comunication
Non verbal comunication
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Non verbal comunication

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A small introduction to nonverbal comunication

A small introduction to nonverbal comunication

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  1. http://www.protocolo.org/social/conversar_hablar/comunicacion_no_verbal_la_importancia_de_los_gestos_ii.htmlhttp://lirianoantonio.blogspot.com.es/2011/09/los-gestos-comunicacion-no-verbal.htmlhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreenhttp://www.bodylanguagesuccess.com/&v=uVLby-sFgbE&NR=1
  2. Àlvar Martín4th ESO
  3. 7% verbal38% vocal (tone,aspect andother features)55% signals and gestures
  4. ·Hands·The face·The eyes·Cross the arms·Cross the legs·When we smoke·To look over your glasses·The private zone·The personal zone·The social zone
  5. The intimate zone: Maximum 50 cmaround, where are the closest people weknow(family, best friends,… etc).
  6. The personal zone: 125 cm around aprox. It isused in the laboral and social surroundings.
  7. The social zone: Around 2-3 meters aprox. It isused with people that we don’t know
  8. Strong handshake: Security Vertical hands: Iguality, friendship Top: controlBottom: Submission
  9. Known people: ConfidenceUnknown people: MistrustKnown people: Great friendship orpersonal relationshipsUnknown people: The opposite
  10. To join our hands:Security, confidenceInterlace our hands: At gigherlevel, higher negativityTo rub our hands: positive
  11. Security/Insecurity/ControlControl
  12. NeckT-ShirtClosed smileTeeth
  13. Suspicious, seriousness, disaprovalComplicity or doubtSurprise , admiration,Conficence, honesty
  14. Remember,Spoken message is only the 7%!

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