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That is, in addition to sending relational messages that communicate about the existing relationship between people, nonverbal cues may also function to bring about a new or different kind of connection or regard.
The smile should be closed mouth when the head is down, but when you pick your head up you can open your mouth to show teeth.
To explore such behaviors, we asked participants to report on any situation in which they recalled one or more nonverbal cues that they or others used and that changed something for them.
The most commonly reported nonverbal cues that instigated transformation were facial expressions, eye behavior, touch, and the use of personal space.
Vocal cues seemed to be involved in events that were labeled more negatively, and touch was a cue in events labeled more positively.
Finally, eye behaviors were consistently a part of events that were reported to result in changes in perception. *Corresponding author at: Communication Studies, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, 4231 Centennial Hall, La Crosse, WI 54601, United States.