Oct 28, 2022
We are joined by Dr Paddy Ross, Associate director of psychology at Durham University. Paddy has done a lot of work on how children learn to read emotions. He highlights the fact that before a certain age, sound is more important than non-verbal cues.
We don't exclusively communicate with what we say but how we say it - and hand gestures, facial expressions and body language play a big role in this. Some highlights include:
1. Wearing a mask (during covid) or not makes little difference in reading emotions because we use our eyes, gestures and body language more.
2. The body is a significant driver for conveying emotions
3. What we don't consider much is what our bodies are doing when we are speaking and communicating. Our body conveys so much emotion.
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