2018, Vol. 3 Issue 1, Part N
Analysis of body language to understand human behavior
AUTHOR(S): Subhash Chander
The purpose of this study is to find out some gestures¸ and postures to understand the human behavior without verbal communication. Body language is universal. Everyone has body language; one is born with it. It is expressed differently from culture to culture, but the innate use of it is common to all humans on the planet. This form of nonverbal communication is of paramount importance because it is the most pure of all human expressions. Body language is expressing a certain meaning in a kind of silent language by its elements such as eye contact, gestures, posture, smile, movements, and expressions which are important media through which people communicate with each other. Body language is the unspoken element of communication that we use to reveal our true feelings and emotions. Our gestures, facial expressions and posture, for instance. Tone and pitch of voice are part of verbal signals, these are part of body language too. About breathing and perspiration depends on your definition of body language. Kinesics - the technical term for the study of body language (and more loosely of body language itself) - depends on the interpretation of ‘non-verbal communication’ kinesics - the technical term for the study of body language (and more loosely of body language itself) - depends on the interpretation of ‘non-verbal communication’. Physiognomy is an obscure and related concept to body language. Physiognomy refers to facial features and expressions which were/are said indicate the person's character or nature. More studies are being conducted every year, but this research paper is a compilation of the same of the past research and experience done with chess, and a research studies of the findings. This study was based on observational and experience methods. Research has shown that people more readily pay attention to their impressions of how a person acts through body language than what is being said through words. Three easily detected actions that reveal a person’s feelings are head nodding, leg shaking, and eye contact. In her research, Dr. Isa Engleberg (Professor of Speech at Prince George College) has suggested that between 60 and 70 percent of all meaning—understanding—is derived from our body language.
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Subhash Chander. Analysis of body language to understand human behavior. International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences. 2018; 3(1): 765-767.