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By a listening — by accurately observing non-verbal behaviour, a counsellor can gauge the affect her/his words and actions have upon the client. for example, when a client ...
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Abstract. in this article, we associate different types of vocal behaviour denoting emotional user states and laughter with different.
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By d vogel · 2018 · cited by 89 — abstract. background: verbal and non-verbal aspects of communication as well as empathy are known to have an important impact on the medical encounter.
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Differences between cultures in verbal and non verbal reactions to emotions are supposed to be important for both emotional rese- arch and cultural ...
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By p little · 2015 · cited by 53 — outcomes.13,14 however, what mixture of verbal and non-verbal elements of doctor behaviour determines patients' perceptions is less clear.
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By m lauk · 2019 · cited by 3 — einarsen, aasland and. skogstad (2007) define counterproductive behavior as “the systematic and repeated behaviour by a leader, supervisor or manager that ...
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By cb ikeguchi — c. ikeguchi – non-verbal behaviour meaning as smiling, speed of movement and hand gestures do to people from low-context cultures.
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It means that in teaching and learning process, teacher should involve the students to be active and communicative. the most used non-verbal.
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It is important that you learn how to recognise the verbal and non-verbal ... passive, assertive or aggressive behaviour in ourselves and others.