S: Nonverbal Communication Experiment
BC: All these findings of nonverbal communication tell that nonverbal communication is more affective than verbal communication. We can tell this by if we talk something positive, but when I look away it was negative. This overrides the positive and negative rules | Conclusion
FC: Nonverbal Communication Experiment
1: In this Experiment, we will have to see how nonverbal communication is much more affective than verbal communication
2: Experiment | Two nonverbal communication behavior breaches to enact on someone else are: | speaking high pitch to someone | speaking to someone without giving no eye contact
3: Why? | Experiment 1 : I chose high pitch speaking, because I knew it would give people weird feelings. | Experiment 2 : I chose lack of eye contact to see how a person reacts to it.
4: Experiment 1 : When you speak in a high voice, people will question you or think that the person talking like that is unnatural. | Experiment 2 : When you speak to a person, and don't look towards the person when talking, the person will think he or she doesn't like him/ her. | Hypothesis
5: Results | Experiment 1 : After initiating the action, the other person thought that I was sick. She wanted to ask what happened to my voice. She also felt that it was awkward. This was at lunch and we just talked about how our days were going. | Experiment 2 : After making the other action, the other person thought that I was uninterested in what she was talking about. Also she felt that I didn't like her as a friend anymore. This was at home in the living room while we were watching T.V. We were talking about grades.