Language Of Your Hands Reveal The Charisma And Passion You Have

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Language Of Your Hands Reveal The Charisma And Passion You Have| PakistanTribe.comNEW YORK – Hand speaking is a result of great passion, people who communicate through active gestures tend to be evaluated as warm, agreeable and energetic, study.

That’s why it’s hard not to wonder why and feel compelled to gain a better understanding.

Different psychologists gave their views about hand gestures and their impact.

Annie Paul says “using hand gestures while speaking can also portray a higher sense of intelligence to those listening.”

The reasoning behind this comes from the notion of “embodied cognition,” which Paul describes as “the recognition that our bodies play a big role in how we think.”

Essentially, the use of nonverbal cues adds a sense of confidence to the things you’re saying, verbally.

Hand gestures are considered as second language, it can may insert those meanings to your conversation which you cannot describe with words.

Hand gestures and verbal cues are need to work together in congruence.

An important study on the topic, conducted by Susan Goldin-Meadow, a psychology professor at the University of Chicago, introduces the idea that we “change our minds by moving our hands.”

Mismatches are very crucial they lye between hand gestures and verbal cues. They are basically incongruence between hand gestures and verbal cues.

According to Paul, these “discrepancies indicate that we’re in a transitional state, moving from one level of understanding to another.”

According to Paul, these “discrepancies indicate that we’re in a transitional state, moving from one level of understanding to another.”

A separate study, conducted by Susan Wagner Cook, an assistant psychology professor at the University of Iowa, revealed that “third graders who were asked to gesture while learning algebra were nearly three times more likely to remember what they’d learned than classmates who did not gesture,” as Paul explains.

Cook also reported that people who speak with their hands are far more likely to construe information that will be retained than those who don’t.


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