Wednesday, October 20

How our body language makes us (almost) transparent

  • Fátima Servián Franco
  • The Conversation*


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Although we do not speak a word, the body expresses the emotions we feel.

There was a time when humans only communicated through non-verbal language. Why can this type of communication be more reliable than verbal communication? When could we use non-verbal language to improve our safety and quality of life? What is hidden behind it?

Body language is a type of non-verbal communication where they are used gestures that convey information to another person.

Advancing and improving their interpretation can help security systems, at the tertiary level in psychological treatments and in the judicial system.

Body expression and posture are factors to consider in the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

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