Montepare, Jill Steinberg, Barbara Rosenberg -- The power of silence in communication / Adam Jaworski -- Proxemics and haptics in managerial communication / Larry Smeltzer, John Waltman, & Donald Leonard -- Perceived retail crowding and shopping satisfaction / Karen A. Eroglu, & Susan Powell Mantel -- The unbearable likeness of being digital : the persistence of nonverbal social norms in online virtual environments / Nick Yee, Jeremy N.
Bailenson, Mark Urbanek, Francis chang, & Dan Mertget -- Tie-signs in a public setting ; relationship and sex differences / Walid A. Johnson -- Public touch behavior in romantic relationships between men and women / laura K. Anderson -- The Midas touch : the effects of interpersonal touch on restaurant tipping / April H. Wetzel -- Relational violence : the darkest side of haptic communication / Bree Mc Ewan & Shannon L.
It's well known that good communication is the foundation of any successful relationship, be it personal or professional.
So many people wonder: “What happened in this relationship? I’m currently writing a course about Body Language and Love and thought it would be fun to do a post on body language and attraction as I do my research.
To understand modern day nonverbal signals of attraction it is helpful to look at the history of where our body language comes from.
Each movement and combination of movements of the body—such as shifts in posture, direction of the eyes, gestures of the limbs, and expressions on the face—provide signals to others.
These cues may be subtle or obvious, and they can be contradictory: A person might say one thing while body language conveys an entirely different message.
Johnson -- Time in perspective / Alexander Gonzalez & Philip G.