Definitions for "Non-Verbal Communication"
meaning or intention expressed without the use of spoken or signed words. Non-verbal communication may be overt and deliberate, for example, rolling one’s eyes, winking, nodding, shaking one’s head, or giving a thumbs-up sign; it may also be unintentional, for example, the posture of conversation partners toward one another— facing one another or facing away, leaning toward or away from one another or crossing one’s arms across the chest.
Physical behaviour that supports communication (e.g., gestures, facial expressions, eye contact, physical proximity, touching).
Communicating without words, using facial expressions, using gestures and body language.
is body language that is used to intensify, refute, or mask a message.