Communication methods that humans use

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Communication methods that humans use

1: TOPIC: communication methods that humans use

2: Aim The main goal of our research is to identify what are the different types of communication between people. And also, a more detailed consideration of each of them. Moreover, it is necessary to establish the characteristics of each of them.

3: Glossary Regardlessno matter Innate inborn  Contempt a feeling that someone or something is not worthy of any respect or approval

4: Most people think about speech when they think about communication but there are many other ways we can also use to communicate with each other. Facial expressions Gestures Pointing / Using hands Writing Drawing Using equipment e. g. Text message or computer Touch Eye contact


6: Because facial expressions of emotion are part of our evolutionary history and are a biologically innate ability, we all have the ability to read them. It is an ability that gets better on the job in our everyday lives. This is especially true for macroexpressions. But most people are not very good at recognizing micro or subtle expressions


8: The Role of Eye Contact in Different Cultures







15: References Ekman, P. (2003).  Emotions revealed (2nd ed. ). New York: Times Books. Hwang, H. S. , & Matsumoto, D. (2010).  Training improves the ability to recognize subtle facial expressions of emotion. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, Boston, MA. Matsumoto, D. , Keltner, D. , Shiota, M. N. , Frank, M. G. , & OSullivan, M. (2008). Whats in a face? Facial expressions as signals of discrete emotions. In M. Lewis, J. M. Haviland & L. Feldman Barrett (Eds. ), Handbook of emotions (pp. 211-234). New York: Guilford Press. Matsumoto, D. , & Willingham, B. (2009). Spontaneous facial expressions of emotion of congenitally and non-congenitally blind individuals.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 96(1), 1-10. Warren, G. , Schertler, E. , & Bull, P. (2009). Detecting deception from emotional and unemotional cues.  Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 33, 59-69.

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