Non-Verbal Communication (NVC)

Non-verbal communication (NVC) is often mistakenly referred to as simply the observation of physical ‘body language’.  But this ancient, invisible form of subconscious communication in perpetual motion, encompasses much more than that.  In non-verbal communication we examine everything that is communicated; from physical gestures, spatial distance, bodily orientation, and movement, to all the subtle micro transmissions conveyed in vocal paralinguistics.

Beginning with an overview of the real nature of non-verbal communication, including traditional methods of physical facial expressions, gestures, spatial distance, and other subtle cues hidden not only in visual but auditory observation and written communication, this module on Non-Verbal Communication is one of the lessons included in the fully comprehensive Introduction to Psychology Course.  By taking this module, you will explore when we first learn this ancient art of transmission; how much of our communication is non-verbal, the role that paralinguistics plays in NVC, the impact of social media on communication, and how, outside of pop psychology micro-cues, we can really spot a liar!  An ability that becomes increasingly easier when you realise that people can lie, but the mind does not.

For anyone wishing to explore this fascinating form of unconscious transmission for general interests, to be able to improve observation for personal reasons, or for those who would benefit from developing a much greater awareness to apply in professional settings, this unique opportunity to learn observation and the decoding of non-verbal communication from a qualified analyst is highly recommended.  By the end of this module, you will be able to observe beyond your former boundaries of perception.

Module Content:~

    • Comprehensive explanations of the different presentations of NVC
    • Decoding information between and within species
    • Non-verbal communication in Social Learning Theory experiments 
    • Impact of Social Media communications
    • Why a non-verbal element is necessary for communication
    • Paralinguistics: definitions and examples
    • How to spot a liar using NVC
    • Eye-language and universal facial feature analysis
    • Cultural variations & haptics in non-verbal communication

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Author: carole

Author, lecturer, pattern analyst and energy theorist, Carole Sawo QTS BSc (Hons) MA, is an academically accredited, professionally qualified subject-specialist, original field contributor & guest speaker with a clear perspective on the intricacies of the mind and behaviour. Uniquely teaching holographically, not just within but across the disciplines from visible science to invisible metaphysics, modern-day mystic Carole Sawo brings rare knowledge to the collective consciousness, writing, lecturing and publishing knowledge in Psychology, Psychoanalysis, Forensic Psychology, Psychopathology, Philosophy, Symbolism, Pattern Analysis, Metaphysics, Mythology, and Mysticism.