Different Types of nonverbal communication
I have here a huge list of various types of non-verbal communication. Whilst my website is largely about verbal communication in couples relationships, it would be incomplete without a page on the non-verbal stuff.
Nonverbal communication is most often linked with talking and more importantly - listening.
Your listening skills - and therefore your responding skills - will really improve if you supplement listening with observing someone's body language and other non-verbal communication. Spend time sharpening your awareness of body language and other non-verbal stuff and everyone around you will benefit from your upgraded communication skills.
With regards to my particular interest - you'll get better at picking up signs from your partner that could otherwise easily go unnoticed! If you communicate (read: listen and watch) well, not only everyone around you benefits, but you'll increase your happiness for sure.
In case this page doesn't have what you're looking for, hop over to these: Body Language Signs and Interpreting Body Language.
Semiotics of nonverbal communication
Here is an unmissable presentation - it speaks for itself…
Types of nonverbal communication: an overview
There’s a whole variety of ways in which we communicate meaning. Some kinds of nonverbal communication are more obvious than others.
You could argue that the following sign languages are technically a verbal way of communicating. Although there are no sounds, the languages are made up of a combination of words, expressions and often 'mouthing' words or meanings, as well as gestures.
There are 5 types of sign language:
- Sign language for the deaf
- Sign language for people who are deaf and blind
- Sign language for children and adults with special needs and communication problems, such as Makaton (see link further down)
- Sign language for babies - a most fabulous way to understand and communicate with your hearing baby, before he or she can speak!
- Sign language for communicating with animals for example dogs and dolphins
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what are different types of nonverbal communication exhibited by people of different ages? | Yahoo Answers
Facial expressions, Smiles, frowns, nodding of heads, winks, stance, how you hold your arms, leaning towards or away from someone while listening, direct or indirect eye contact, body posture, touching others while speaking, turning your back on someone, putting your arm around someone. Personal space. Anything that conveys a message without words. Most of what people get out of a conversation is from nonverbal cues from the speaker, not necessarily what they are actually saying.
What are different types of non-verbal communication?
Facial Expressions, Gestures, Paraliguistics (such as tone and pitch), body language/posture, proxemics (personal space), eyes (contact, blinking, etc.), touch