Category Archives: Nonverbal / Body Language

The utilization of movement, physiology, positioning, proxemics and limb and facial gesturing to communicate a message.

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Mood Congruency Recall and It’s Effect on Communication

Posted by: admin, In Category: Cognitive Psychology, Communication Strategy, Effective Communication, Neurology / Neurolinguistics, Nonverbal / Body Language, Persuasion, Psychological Platform, Social Psychology

The Effect of Mood Valence on Memory Recall and Communication. Have you ever noticed that when you are depressed that pretty much everything seems depressing? You may look at a couple happily walking down the street and all you are … Continue reading

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Getting Real About Eye Accessing Cues | Part 1 of 3 | What Exactly Are They?

Posted by: admin, In Category: Communication Strategy, Effective Communication, Neurology / Neurolinguistics, NLP (Neurolinguistic Programming), Nonverbal / Body Language, Persuasion

The term Eye Accessing Cues refers to the positioning of the eye balls in certain areas when “accessing” information internally. They are based on certain criteria that generally revolve around the VAK predicate system with the addition of a category … Continue reading

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David J. Parnell’s Professional Series on Sensory Acuity | Part 3 of 3| Sensory Acuity Strategy

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If you are going to effectively communicate with someone it is imperative that you ensure that they are both hearing and understanding what it is that you are saying. Unfortunately this is very difficult to know for two important reasons: … Continue reading

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David J. Parnell’s Professional Series on Sensory Acuity | Part 1 of 3 | Attentional Processes

Posted by: admin, In Category: Cognitive Psychology, Communication Strategy, Effective Communication, NLP (Neurolinguistic Programming), Nonverbal / Body Language, Psychological Platform

Literally, the most difficult challenge in communication is in ACCURATELY representing and EXPLAINING the concept or feeling that you are currently experiencing. Without extensive analysis and research, the average person is completely unaware of how INACCURATELY they are communicating their … Continue reading

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The Blueprint of a Speaker | Part 1 of 4 | Introduction

Posted by: admin, In Category: Cognitive Psychology, Evolutionary Psychology, Neurology / Neurolinguistics, Nonverbal / Body Language, Psychological Platform, Social Psychology

What is speech? What’s the big deal about being able to talk? Very rarely do we stop to think about how amazing the ability to speak to someone really is. Could you imagine a world where there were no language, … Continue reading

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