Mon, 7 November 2022
Welcome to the Social-Engineer Podcast: The Doctor Is In Series – where we will discuss understandings and developments in the field of psychology.
In today’s episode, Chris and Abbie are not just going to talk about nonverbal communication at an observational level, but lay the ground work for a deeper understanding of nonverbals. Not just what certain behaviors tell us but WHY they tell us this, and where nonverbal communication originated from! [Nov 07, 2022]
00:00 – Intro
00:17 – Dr. Abbie Maroño Intro
01:10 – Intro Links
04:01 – The topic of the day: Nonverbal Communication
10:25 – Everything comes back to Darwin
15:25 – In Utero
18:54 – A picture speaks 1000 words
20:31 – More "nature" than "nurture"
23:20 – Cultural vs Universal Gestures
27:17 – Looking at "Intention"
32:24 – Linking Non-verbals to Intention
36:32 – The Doctor is REALLY in!
38:37 – Don't Look Up (or away!)
42:35 – Response Behavior
46:58 – Neuroception - Trust your gut!
53:48 – The Takeaway
56:04 – Man's Best Friend
57:13 – Wrap Up
58:53 – Book Recommendations
01:02:34 – Outro
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