Write 7 pages thesis on the topic psychology of non-verbal communications. Most of us are aware of the famous quote that goes ‘actions speak louder than words’. This is the essence of non-verbal communication. Some people have complained about non-verbal communication to a large extent. Some people argue that there are numerous obscurities that engulf non-verbal communication. These uncertainties, distinguished audience, should be understood based on the fact that not all non-verbal actions mean the same things to the people or culture. People come from different backgrounds, hence it is expected that a number of differentials in so far as non-verbal gestures be expected. Consequently, it should be noted that different people perceive signs differently (Krueger, 2008). Listeners in particular may perceive the non-verbal communication totally different ways. This can be attributed to the fact that people use the signs to mean different things and as such disparities are to be expected. To start with ladies and gentlemen, will endeavor to show through this speech how listeners perceive individual no-verbal communication elements.
Facial expression is a communication hub in its own right. A number of first-hand communication received from the facial expression. In every conversation or where listening is required, the face will always do the talking without one having to utter a single word. Based on what the speaker is saying or discussing, the audience becomes a critical point of reference based on what the facial expression suggests. For instance, when listeners are amazed or feel jittery about something that has been communicated, the response is gotten through either frowning, rolling of the eyes, or even movement of the eyebrows. The listener in this context would always provide commentaries concerning the speech or conversation based on the reaction from the face. It is critical for everyone to always check what the faces of the audience or listeners are suggesting (Devaraj & Antonysamy, 2009).
Devaraj argues that a speaker should be able to look at the face or faces of individuals in order to come up with a determination on whether there is some form of interrelatedness. In the event that one is not able to examine appropriately the facial expressions of listeners, no interrelationship is established.