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Chapter 6 Vocabulary

By Arielle Burns
Across
The messages in which the sender’s verbal and nonverbal behaviors match.
The messages in which the sender’s verbal and nonverbal behaviors contradict each other.
Gestures used to help control turn taking during interpersonal encounters.
The intentional or unintentional transmission of meaning through an individual’s nonspoken physical and behavioral cues.
A nonverbal code that represents messages conveyed through touch.
The willingness to allow others to exert power over you.
How close or far away you position yourself from others while communicating.
A feeling of closeness and bonding that exists between us and our relationship partners.
Vocal characteristics, such as tone, pitch, loudness, and speech rate.
Gestures used to accent or illustrate a verbal message.
Down
Cultures that prefer infrequent touching, little shared gaze, larger physical distance, and indirect body orientation.
Stems from the resonance and breathiness of your voice.
Gestures that symbolize a specific verbal meaning within a given culture.
Guidelines for when, where, and how to appropriately express emotion.
Cultures that prefer frequent touching, shared gaze, close physical proximity, and direct body orientation.
Objects you possess that influence how you see yourself and that you use to express your identity to others.
Touching gestures that serve a physical or psychological purpose.
Intentional or unintentional behaviors that depict actual or feigned emotion.
Interpersonal behaviors used to exert power or influence over others.
Body movement communication that encompasses most of the cues people typically think of as nonverbal communication.