Bodily Communication Dimensions of Expression and Content

@inproceedings{Allwood2003BodilyCD,
  title={Bodily Communication Dimensions of Expression and Content},
  author={Jens Allwood},
  year={2003}
}
Bodily communication perceived visually or through the tactile senses has a central place in human communication. It is probably basic both from an ontogenetic and a phylogenetic perspective, being connected with archaic levels in our brains such as the limbic system and the autonomous neural system. It is interesting from a biological, psychological and social point of view and given recent developments in ICT (Information and Communication Technology). It is also becoming more and more… CONTINUE READING
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