The freeze is the kinesic
version of a "cool tongue", which reflects the "intelligent withholding of speech for the purposes of higher deliberation in the metaphor of the cool" (Thompson, 1973).
However, current theorisation in the embodiment of language has the problem of defining language as strings of spoken or written words, sentences, or textoids disconnected from their kinesic
and paralinguistic co-systems.
The examination of the use of kinesics
in eliciting expressive ensemble response and its application in an undergraduate choral conducting curriculum.
In the UK, a robot avatar named KASPAR (Kinesics
and Synchronization in Personal Assistant Robotics), developed at the University of Hertfordshire, interacts with kids who have autism.
Regarding the linguistic and kinesics
of the speeches, Leanne (2009) elaborates on how the President's body language, his employing repetition, his voice and intonation, use of first personal singular and plural pronouns, leveraging pace and tone are distinctive factors of the speeches.
Paralanguage and Kinesics
. Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1975.
In order to triangulate their findings from in-depth interviews and participant observations, researchers often use two types of interaction analyses: kinesics
Her training programs include leadership programs, motivation programs, communication programs, 'Train the Trainer' programs and modules that also touch on the concepts like temperament management, customer handling skills, dealing with inner conflicts, business etiquette, science of kinesics
, decision making, problem solving techniques, stress management and relationship management including marriage psychology, child psychology and professional relationships.
Special agent Dance's expertise in the science of kinesics
(body language) are once more called into play.