Language and Nonverbal Behavior
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Language and Nonverbal Behavior book
Anna O's nonverbal behaviors were reported with explicit reference to their interactive, symbolic, emotional, and cognitive significance. A t the same time, and perhaps in particular because of the nonverbal context described, we
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can appreciate the yearning for containment believed to be accomplished through verbalization rather than actualization. In these sequences, nonverbal expression is regarded as informative to some extent but also difficult to follow or to stage.