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Title: Non-verbal communication – A study on engineering students [articol]
Authors: Ban, Andreea
Bucur, Mihaela
Subjects: Non-verbal language
Non-verbal behaviours
Universal non-verbal behaviours
Private non-verbal behaviour
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Universitatea Politehnica Timișoara
Citation: Ban, Andreea; Bucur, Mihaela. Non-verbal communication – A study on engineering students. Timișoara: Politehnica University Press, 2020
Series/Report no.: Professional communication and translation studies;13 / 2020;
Abstract: Reading or interpreting non-verbal language is a learning skill that requires continuous practice. The present study is conducted on a sample of 100 engineering students and identifies a set of theoretical rules specific to this type of language. Observations have been analyzed in interactions with them in different situations, without knowing that they were being evaluated. Thus, the results of the study highlight elements related to how they are attentive to the surrounding environment, whether they are active observers or not, whether they can recognize and decode universal and private nonverbal behaviors. We have also analyzed clustered or successive types of behaviors, reasons of behavioral changes that can signal changes in thoughts, emotions, interests or intentions, and their way of identifying by nonverbal communication, detecting untrue or false nonverbal signals.
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