Don`t bet on it, says psychologist Richard Petty of Ohio State University, whose research shows that what we think of something can actually be influenced by a simple nod or a simple nod. Half of them were asked to nod once a second, and the rest were asked to shake their heads back and forth once a second. The headphones broadcast a recording of a campus radio program with music and an editorial. In my own experience, the faster the hustle and bustle, the more enthusiastic the approval, especially if it`s used with raised eyebrows to add the accent. But on the other hand, it could also be used to transmit “OK. Whatever you say… an indifferent shrug of the shoulder without really shruging his shoulders. Measured sequentially as units in the Ciinanois behavioral flow, Birdwhistell proposed three “cinemas” (gestures with speech-like characteristics) for nodding: “. . . “one nod”, “two nods” and the “three nod”. .
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