≪Organizer Abstract≫
When we encode own messages and decode others' messages in appropriate manner, those communication behaviors lead to activate not only ourselves' adaptation but the high performance in society. A primary function of nonverbal communication is to convey meaning by reinforcing, substituting for, or contradicting verbal communication.
Nonverbal messages are important to understand their psychological attributes and to solidify their relationship not only own culture but across cultures. Nonverbal communication is also used to influence others and regulate conversational flow.
Nonverbal messages conveyed by many kinds of channels are interrelated each other. The functions of nonverbal channels are compensated and/or correlated intricately.
We discuss how to encode and decode accurately in some interpersonal settings like as close conversation, police interrogation, intercultural situation using facial expression, gaze, smile, etc.
Useful suggestions for accurate and effective communication will be discussed in relation to the role of communication channels and the sociality of settings.
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