Science and Applications
- David Matsumoto - San Francisco State University, USA
- Mark G. Frank - University at Buffalo, State University of New York, University at Buffalo, USA
- Hyi Sung Hwang - San Francisco State University and Humintell, LLC, USA
Part I provides up-to-date reviews of scientific knowledge concerning facial expressions, voice, body and gesture, cultural influences on nonverbal behavior, and deception. In Part II, experienced practitioners describe how they use nonverbal communication in their work to improve accuracy and proficiency.
This book is a valuable resource for students, practitioners, and professionals to discover the science behind the practice and to see how other professionals have incorporated nonverbal communication into practice.
This book was bought by our library. It is now on the recommend reading of the students.
The book is well written and informative.
Well written and presented book
Areas covered include importance of facial expressions , body language and gestures and how non verbal communication affects behaviours
A fantastic book for anyone working in face to face situations with others. Allowing you to read body language and divert situations that may arise. Giving examples of body language and tonalities that could be construed as offensive, it gives insight to how people intergrade with each other in an unconscious manner.
Lovely book! Really well written, very interesting and full of useful theories.
A detailed text on nonverbal communication, and is written in a way that is easy for students to master the concepts>
An interesting book that will provide some useful knowledge for students.
Good background reading - clear and succinct.
Very interesting book, still lacks some ethnometodological views I find important.
An interesting read from a teacher trainer's perspective in helping to develop this aspect of course delivery on teacher training courses, however it is a little dense for trainees as an essential text.
There is a lot of material to support development of delivery on communication theories, and it will be listed as a supplementary text on courses.