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Reading People: How the Science of Nonverbal Communication Informs Everyday Interactions
Humintell Director Dr. David Matsumoto will be speaking at the annual American Psychological Association (APA) Convention in August in Toronto, Canada.
In his convention talk, Matsumoto will give a brief overview of the past 50 years of nonverbal communication research, and then focus on how that science can help anyone who interacts with people for a living, including industrial/organizational consultants, therapists and others.
Using videos to illustrate his points, Matsumoto says he will help attendees “separate the signal from the noise” and discuss what they can and can’t learn from facial microexpressions, voice cues, gestures and body language, and other forms of nonverbal communication.
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