Nonverbal communication dating
However, as people split and divert their focus across multiple channels including verbal language, they often leak information through nonverbal channels.
History Of Body Language Many believe that the study of nonverbal communication is the result of writings from Charles Darwin which resulted in his publication of “The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals” published in 1872.
Psychological researchers, Adam Kendon, Albert Scheflen and Ray Birdwhistell continued the advancements in nonverbal communication in the 1950’s.
Other notable scientists working in the field includes Michal Parzuchowski, David Puts, Karl Grammer, Nicolas Guéguen and Mark Coulson, amongst many others.Nonverbal communication includes the subconscious and conscious use of facial expressions, gestures, posture, eye gaze, haptics and physical appearance as well as in a more broad context paralinguistic cues to convey meaning from one person to another without the use of spoken language.