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Nonverbal behavior in clinical settings

James Tyler Kent

Nonverbal behavior in clinical settings

by James Tyler Kent

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Published by Oxford University Press in New York, NY .
Written in English


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Statementedited by Pierre Philippot, Robert S. Feldman, and Erik J. Coats.
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Paginationxii, 324 p. :
Number of Pages324
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Open LibraryOL22548581M
ISBN 100195141091

Nonverbal Behavior in Clinical Settings By Pierre Philippot; Robert S. Feldman; Erik J. Coats Oxford University Press, Read preview Overview Children's Unspoken Language By Gwyneth Doherty-Sneddon Jessica Kingsley, J.S. Hyde, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Smiling. One nonverbal behavior that has consistently shown gender differences is smiling. In an early meta-analytic review, Hall () found that females consistently smile more than males, (r), which translates to d=−, a difference that is in the moderate-to-large range and is noticeably.

Nonverbal social skill deficiencies and treatment approaches using social skills training are examined for three clinical categories for which nonverbal social skills are particularly relevant: major depression, social phobia, and schizophrenia. Access to the complete content on Oxford Clinical Psychology requires a subscription or purchase. This UK text offers clear guidelines on the key skills behind effective health communication and it presents a realistic account of how nurses and related health professionals can enhance their communications in brief, ordinary, and effective ways. Key theories and approaches to health communication are discussed, drawing on relevant material from a variety of health contexts and settings.

  Non-verbal messages can be more powerful than words. As a nurse, observing patients’ body language can be as important as looking out for clinical symptoms. To be a truly effective communicator, learn how to keep your own body language in check, and how to read patients’ body language (Box 2). Box 2. Reflection. During your next shift.   9 Types of Nonverbal Communication Scientific research on nonverbal communication and behavior began with the publication of Charles Darwin's The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals. Since that time, abundant research on the types, effects, and expressions of unspoken communication and g: Clinical Settings.


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The book is divided into the three parts. Part one discusses the nonverbal behavior in regulatory and clinical processes, part two discusses nonverbal behavior in negative life events, and part three discusses nonverbal behavior in specific clinical : Pierre Philippot. This volume presents, in an integrated framework, contemporary perspectives on the role of nonverbal behavior in psychological regulation, adaptation, and psychopathology, and includes both empirical and theoretical research that is central to our understanding of the reciprocal influences between nonverbal behavior, psychopathology, and therapeutic Manufacturer: Oxford University Press.

1 The Role of Nonverbal Behavior in Clinical Settings: Introduction and Overview Pierre Philippot, Robert S. Feldman, and Erik J. Coats Part I Nonverbal Behavior in Regulatory and Clinical Processes 2 Nonverbal Social Skills and Psychopathology John E.

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In clinical interactions, nonverbal behavior is widely considered a crucial indicator of a client's mental state [14]. Like- wise, nonverbal behavior can. Nonverbal Behavior and Clinical Interaction 23 of counselor training and experience (Schmidt & Strong, ). The undergraduates, however, were not clients and tended to focus on the presentation style of the counselor, particularly counselors' more global nonverbal behavior.

This volume presents, in an integrated framework, contemporary perspectives on the role of nonverbal behavior in psychological regulation, adaptation, and psychopathology, and includes both empirical and theoretical research that is central to our understanding of the reciprocal influences between nonverbal behavior, psychopathology, and therapeutic.

Both non-verbal communication and gender play an important role in the clinical encounter. They not only affect the impact of the diagnosis, but also patient outcomes such as satisfaction and. This volume presents, in an integrated framework, contemporary perspectives on the role of nonverbal behavior in psychological regulation, adaptation, and psychopathology, and includes both empirical and theoretical research that is central to our understanding of the reciprocal influences between nonverbal behavior, psychopathology, and therapeutic : Oxford University Press.

Current questions regarding nonverbal behavior in clinical settings / Pierre Philippot, Erik J. Coats, and Robert S.

Feldman --Nonverbal social skills and psychopathology / John E. Perez and Ronald E. Riggio --Of butterflies and roaring thunder: nonverbal communication in interaction and regulation of emotion / Arvid Kappas & Jean Descoteaux --Changes in nonverbal behavior.

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Coats, and Robert S. Feldman You must not circulate this book in any other binding or cover Nonverbal Behavior Research (Harrigan, Rosenthal, & Scherer, ), is an updated.

The volume is organized into three main sections preceeded by a one-chapter orientation to the area that provides a general overview of the current debates in the area. The first section, Nonverbal Behavior in Regulatory and Clinical Processes, presents the nonverbal processes involved in emotion regulation and in social skills in everyday life and in therapeutic.

Most nonverbal behaviors are unconscious and give us a glimpse into the patient’s attitude and emotional state. They may belie a patient's anxiety regarding a specific topic and/or shed light. This volume presents, in an integrated framework, contemporary perspectives on the role of nonverbal behavior in psychological regulation, adaptation, and psychopathology, and includes both empirical and theoretical research that is central to our understanding of the reciprocal influences between nonverbal behavior, psychopathology, and therapeutic : Oxford University Press.

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Edition 1st Cited by: Nonverbal behavior in clinical settings. [Pierre Philippot; Robert S Feldman; Erik J Coats;] -- The volume is organized into three sections: " Nonverbal Behavior in Regulatory and Clinical Processes"; "Nonverbal Behavior in Negative Life Events"; and, "Nonverbal Behavior in .