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Editors: Finley R. Lewis
Book Description:
Often defined as communication without words, nonverbal communication (NVC) refers to all aspects of a message which are not conveyed by the literal meaning of words. Both written and spoken communication can be nonverbal. The main types of NVC are chronemics, kinesics, paralinguistics, proxemics and semiotics. Culture, gender and social status influence nonverbal communication. NVC also includes object communication and haptics or touch. Paralinguistic mechanisms include intonation, stress, rate of speech, and pauses or hesitations; nonlinguistic behaviors include gestures, facial expressions, and body language, among others. This new book brings forth new and important research in this field.

Table of Contents:
Chapter Availability

Individual chapters are available for $25 each by sending an email to novascience@earthlink.net. Nova will provide the chapter for your easy downloading or send it as an email attachment if you prefer.

Preface;(pp. vii-xii)

Chapter 1 - Categorical Perception of Faces and Non Verbal Communication; (pp. 1-29)
(Salvatore Campanella, University of Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium).

Chapter 2 - Sound Spectrographic Cry Analysis and Mothers Perception of the Infant's Crying; (pp. 31-63)
(Katarina Michelsson, Helena Todd de Barra and Oliver Michelsson).

Chapter 3 - Dimensional Structure of Emotional Facial Expression Recognition and Complex System (pp. 65-88)
(Takuma Takehara, Hokusei Gakuen University, Sapporo, Japan)

Chapter 4 - Cardiovasular Responses of Laughter; (pp. 89-100)
(Tommy Boone, The College of St. Scholastica, MN).

Chapter 5 - Aging and the Use of Electronic Speech Generating Devices in the Hospital Setting; (pp. 101-124)
(Mary Beth Happ and Tricia Roesch et al., University of Pittsburgh, PA).

Chapter 6 - Assessing the End-of-Life-Care Educational Needs of Elderly Deaf Persons: Lessons on Language and Culture for Researchers and Health Practitioners; (PP. 125-147)
(Barbara Allen and Nancy Meyers et al., MN).

Chapter 7 - Unheard Emotions and Unseen Depression: Improving Caregiver Awareness of Dementia Patients' Affects; (pp. 149-160)
(Carol Magai,Kyle Arnold, David Gomberg and Carl I. Cohen, Long Island University, USA, Suny Health Science Center USA)..

Chapter 8 - Perceptuo-Motor Interactions: Interindividual Differences in Multimodal Integration; (pp. 161-197)
(Philippe Boulinguez, Frederic Sares, Abdelrhani Benraiss and Joelle Ruhana,Laboratoire Performance Motricite & Cognition, MSHS, Universitede dePoitiers, France).

Chapter 9 - Effects of Explanation on Emotion Attribution (pp. 199-213)
(Kumari Fernando and Jamin Halberstadt, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand).

Chapter 10 - Evaluation Of Olanzapine On Attention And Emotional Recognition Processes Through Event Related Potentials In Treatment Refractory Schizophrenics; (pp. 215-236)
(Julieta Ramos-Loyo, Luis F. Cerdan And Miguel Angel Guevara).

Chapter 11 - Conversational Use Of Sign Language By Cross-fostered
Chimpanzees; (pp. 237-279)
(Mary Lee A. Jensvold And Allen Gardner).

Index (pp. 281-295)

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2007
   ISBN: 1-59454-790-4
   Status: AV
  
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