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Chapter 6 Luke Beswick

Across
Guidelines for when, where, and how appropriately express emotion
Feeling of bonding or union between yourself and others
Accents to verbal messages
Touch
Vocal characteristics used to communicate
Body movement
Intentional or unintentional behaviors that depict actual or fake emotion
Behaviors used to exert power and influence over others
Objects you possess to convey your identity
Transmission of meaning through an individual's non-spoken behavioral cues
Prefer infrequent touching, little shared gaze, larger physical distance, and indirect body orientation
Substitute for verbal statements
Down
Willingness to allow others to exert power over you
Prefer frequent touching, shared gaze, close physical proximity
Touching gestures that serve a psychological or physical purpose
When your verbal and nonverbal behaviors contradict each other
Sound stemming from the resonance and breathiness of your voice
Help control turn taking during verbal encounters, group discussions, and QnA sessions
Proximity to others while communicating
Verbal and nonverbal communication match