Body language cues

  • Facial expressions: Smiling, frowning, raising eyebrows, and other facial movements can convey a range of emotions.
  • Eye movements: The direction of a person’s gaze, as well as how much eye contact they make, can indicate interest, attentiveness, or discomfort.
  • Posture: A person’s posture, including the way they stand or sit, can reveal their level of confidence, attentiveness, or relaxation.
  • Gestures: Hand gestures, such as waving, pointing, or using hand-to-face movements, can convey a range of meanings, including emphasis, agreement, or uncertainty.
  • Touch: The way a person touches themselves or others can indicate a range of emotions, including comfort, anxiety, or aggression.
  • Tone of voice: A person’s tone of voice, including the volume, pitch, and inflection, can convey meaning and reveal their emotional state.
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