The effects of visual proxemic information in video mediated communication

@inproceedings{Grayson1998TheEO,
  title={The effects of visual proxemic information in video mediated communication},
  author={David Grayson and Lynne M. Coventry},
  booktitle={SGCH},
  year={1998}
}
One of the simplest examples of non-verbal communication is that of proximity, i.e. the distance at which conversants stand (or sit) from each other when interacting. This is known to be guided by certain social rules which take into account personal relationships, culture, personality and the purpose of the discussion, violation of which leads to various psychological and behavioural effects.One such effect is persuasion. Sales people will tend to approach customers closer than other business… CONTINUE READING

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