The Science of Nonverbal Communication

The Science of Nonverbal Communication

Dustin York, a professor at Maryville University, reports, “I conducted an experiment with four identical university classes with a total of 80 students. Each class had a guest speaker who presented. Two of those presenters used effective nonverbal communication, while the others used poor nonverbal communication… Following the presentation, each class took the same test, which questioned them about the information they were just given. The effective nonverbal communication courses scored almost 30 percent higher on the test than students in the poor nonverbal communication courses.”

Credit for this great find: Daniela Kempf