The idea that the new technology is going to undervalue some really important social values is real and rampant. People have had that fear about the telephone and the automobile. They have even had it about things like washing machines. That was something people were legitimately concerned about.
I think the same fears are expressed a lot about the phone apps and Internet dating. The worry is that it's going to make people more superficial. The profiles, as many know, are very brief. Dating, both modern and not, is a dating at age 20 superficial endeavor. How someone else looks is important to us в it always has been.
May be conscious and formal as in bowing, or unconscious as in slightly lowering the head and stance. Synchronizing is technically more appropriate since it naturally includes audible signals voice pace and pitch, etcwhereas the mirroring term normally makes people think of visual signals only.
The principles of synchronized body language definitely include audible signals in addition to physical visual signs. The author Roger E Axtell writes entertainingly and informatively about international body language and behaviours.
Words themselves convey their own meaning, which is another subject, not least when we think about vocabulary, grammar, word-choice, etc.
But what about all the other noises and silences from people's mouths. Other audible signals which are not generally regarded as part of body language or non-verbal communications include for example:. All of this audible signalling happens for a purpose.