Non-verbal sentence examples

  • The problem is that he expected you to understand his non-verbal communication.

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  • Some friends and couples are so good at non-verbal communication that all one partner has to do is give a look and her friend or partner knows exactly what she is thinking.

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  • She moved into his embrace in a non-verbal response that pushed all but one thought from her mind.

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  • Professionals concerns about telepsychiatry related to anxiety as a new medium, missing important non-verbal communication and impaired professional-patient relationship.

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  • Communication involves the non-verbal shows of affection to each other as well.

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  • Wechsler intelligence scales-A test that measures verbal and non-verbal intelligence.

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  • All test subjects take two initial routing tests: a vocabulary test and a matrices test (which assesses non-verbal reasoning).

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  • Kinesics is the study of movement and gestures, which are key to non-verbal communication.

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  • Body language-Communication without words, also sometimes referred to as "non-verbal communication"; conscious or unconscious bodily movements and gestures that communicate to others a person's attitudes and feelings.

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  • These areas are covered by ten subtests that include activities measuring both verbal and non-verbal intelligence.

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  • Scoring for the Stanford-Binet generates a verbal IQ score (VIQ), a non-verbal IQ score (NIQ), and a full-scale IQ (FSIQ).

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  • He then assumed he knew what your non-verbal communication (his arm around you) meant.

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  • Most non-verbal actions are unconscious, both in their application and interpretation.

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  • Body language is all the non-verbal communication that passes from someone to those around them.

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  • Our body language accounts for 57% of our non-verbal communication.

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  • Keeping in mind that flirting is mostly non-verbal, what makes someone want to get to know you?

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  • The many non-verbal behaviors since then have been in how he keeps your relationship hidden from the world.

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  • Since you're focused on what you want and not on what is going on for her, you have been missing her non-verbal signals.

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  • You'd be amazed how many people struggle with what to say and how to say it and forget the simple power of non-verbal communication.

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  • Those with Asperger's syndrome may not understand subtleties such as irony, humor, and non-verbal cues.

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  • We therefore need to develop and use other non-verbal cues which are tangible and helpful to the child.

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  • Many seniors like this format because it is quick, much like reviewing online profiles, but provides much more information (mostly non-verbal) because the encounter occurs face-to-face.

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  • The non-verbal signals we transmit through our body language can create difficulty in dating situations and many misunderstandings.

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  • Learning how to be a good kisser requires you to pay attention to her non-verbal signals.

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  • When 50% of communication is non-verbal and based on body language and another 35% is on the tone of our voice; that leaves very little verbal communication to convince a guy you are not intimidated to talk with him.

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  • My guess is that while your words say you are not afraid to have a conversation, your non-verbal communication may indicate otherwise.

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  • However, if you were listening to his non-verbal language, you would have heard loud and clear that he is not interested in anything more than 'hooking-up' with you.

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  • The more we get to know someone the better we understand the other person's verbal and non-verbal communication.

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  • You may not have stated this fear the way you have in your question, but the feelings were there and your non-verbal communication spoke them loud and clear.

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  • All three of the books address verbal and non-verbal communication in different settings such as business as well as personal relationships.

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  • While this exposure will not teach kids fluent sign language, it does make them aware of non-verbal communication.

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  • Playing charades with your children can help them to learn to express themselves through non-verbal communications and can be played with all ages of kids.

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  • The concept includes watching whole series, answering comprehension questions and composing essays based on the verbal and non-verbal cues the situational shows employ.

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  • Since autism is a spectrum, it encompasses a wide range of functioning levels and disorders ranging from non-verbal, low-functioning autism to the highly verbal Asperger's Syndrome.

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  • Common threads in the various conditions that fall under the autism spectrum disorder umbrella include significant impairments in the areas of communication, both verbal and non-verbal, and deficits in social interaction skills.

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  • Autistic disorder often causes significant speech and language delays, with some autistic individuals remaining non-verbal.

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  • Those with autistic disorder are often unable to use or understand non-verbal communication cues such as facial expressions, gestures, and body posture.

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  • Although he is mostly non-verbal and has significant challenges in the areas of daily skills, ?e has a savant ability in the area of music.

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  • Understanding non-verbal cues like facial expression, body posture, or gestures can be an area of weakness, and maintaining eye contact with others may be difficult for those with HFA.

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  • Deficits in non-verbal communication skills are common, with many individuals with Asperger syndrome are unable to interpret cues like facial expression. body language, or gestures.

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  • A small percentage of children with autism disorder will never speak, remaining completely non-verbal throughout their lives.

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  • Non-verbal communication is frequently impaired as well, making it difficult for those with autism to understand non-verbal cues such as body posture, tone of voice, facial expressions or gestures.

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