Presentation 2006/8/21
Functions of Verbal-Nonverbal Communication in Social Skills Training
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Abstract(in English) Many people do not possess sufficient communication skills including the care for other persons and intense mutual interaction, then they have little social support each other and have some conflicts without enough understanding the others. We need to improve our communication skills to make for adaptive interpersonal relations and organizational activities. When we encode own messages and decode others' messages in appropriate manner, those communication behaviors lead to activate not only our selves' adaptation but the high performance of many partners in own society. The development and practice of social skills training program to effort above adaptive expectation are attracted attention from psychological researchers. The basic modules of social skills training are encoding and decoding messages to the improvement of interpersonal communication. Also, we need the control communication functions having insight to read the social context.
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Keyword(in English) Social Skills Training / Verbal/Nonverbal Communication / Interpersonal Communication / Decode
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Title (in English) Functions of Verbal-Nonverbal Communication in Social Skills Training
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Keyword(1) Social Skills Training
Keyword(2) Verbal/Nonverbal Communication
Keyword(3) Interpersonal Communication
Keyword(4) Decode
1st Author's Name Ikuo DAIBO
1st Author's Affiliation Department of Social Psychology, School of Human Sciences, Osaka University()
Date 2006/8/21
Paper # HCS2006-39
Volume (vol) vol.106
Number (no) 219
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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