7% is verbal (words) 38% is vocal (volume, pitch, rhythm, etc.) 55% is body movements (mostly facial expressions)
Eye-contact Facial Body Posture Appearance Physical Contact http://www.youtube. com/watch?v=5brSO 79RfyI&list=PL0ACE1 BF0A435FAEA&index =17&feature=plpp_vi deo http://www.youtube. com/watch?v=5brSO 79RfyI&list=PL0ACE1 BF0A435FAEA&index =17&feature=plpp_vi deo
Direct gaze that establishes your focus. Not necessarily for a long time. Can convey emotions: anger, care, etc. Eye contact means there is interest in the conversation You intend to take away something significant from the conversation.
Reveals characteristics of a person Usually a change of visual pattern over time but a still face, photo, or static painting can express mood or capture a sentiment as well.
The way you walk The way you hold your head Bearing Stance Subtle movements
Conveys your background Your age Your professionality
Personal space Emotions conveyed through touch Social Cues
Barbour, A. (1976). Louder than words: Non verbal communication. Merrill. Non-verbal communication tools : What is non-verbal. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5brS O79RfyI&list=PL0ACE1BF0A435FAEA&in dex=17&feature=plpp_video