Home of The Nonverbal Dictionary

A new center to study nonverbal behavior has been founded by an anthropologist, David B. Givens. The Center for Nonverbal Studies, La Jolla, CA, will work with top-flight anthropologists to examine the "neurological tether" associated with nonverbal cues. --Chronicle of Higher Education, Nov 21, 1997, A47

NEWS FILE

The Center maintains a News File of magazine, newspaper, and internet articles featuring research, observations, and commentary on nonverbal issues by members of its staff. Topics include:

GRIN AND BARE IT (Boston Globe Magazine) THE ART OF FLIRTING (College Press Network)

LOUDER THAN WORDS (Discovery.com)

ROMANCE RELIES ON STONE AGE RULES m. News &

World Report Web Site)

WHY THINGS ARE (Washington Post Web Site)

A GESTURE DESIGNED FOR PEACE (New Yok Times)

WORD WATCH (Atlantic Monthly)

IT'S THE RITE, NOT THE SPEECH (Washington Post Web Site) JUDICIAL BODY LANGUAGE (Associated Press)

LANGUAGE OF LOVE (New York Times)

KEEP YOUR DISTANCE (The c^an)

MESSAGE TO 12,000 A.D. (Halcyon Web Site)

TOP 10 CLIPS (assorted magazines & newspapers)

WHAT IS NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION? m.

World Report) (Cumulative Media List)

Copyright 1998, 1999, 2000 (David B. Givens/Center for Nonverbal Studies)

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