ALBERT MEHRABIAN SILENT MESSAGES PDF

Summary by The World of Work Project The Communication Model We are often told that tone and body language play a huge role in the our communications. This is part of the reason that emails are less effective that telephone calls, which are less effective than video calls which are in turn less effective than face to face meetings. The clear lessons from this research is that we need face to face communications, at least some of the time, if we are to communicate effectively together. The World of Work Project View We are slightly wary of the numbers within this model from a work context, and even Professor Mehrabian called out words of caution around the absolute accuracy of these percentage in his work. He noted that his research focused on the communication of emotions and feeling, and acknowledged that contributing factors will be quite different when different topics are being discussed.

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For effective and meaningful communication about emotions, these three parts of the message need to support each other - they have to be "congruent". In case of any incongruence, the receiver of the message might be irritated by two messages coming from two different channels, giving cues in two different directions. The following example should help illustrate incongruence in verbal and non-verbal communication. Verbal: "I do not have a problem with you!

It is important to say that in the respective study, Mehrabian conducted experiments dealing with communications of feelings and attitudes i. Such ambiguity appears mostly when the words spoken are inconsistent with the tone of voice or body language of the speaker sender. It is often claimed that in any communication, the meaning of a message is conveyed mainly by non-verbal cues, not by the meaning of words. Please note that this and other equations regarding relative importance of verbal and nonverbal messages were derived from experiments dealing with communications of feelings and attitudes i.

Unless a communicator is talking about their feelings or attitudes, these equations are not applicable. Also see references and in Silent Messages — these are the original sources of my findings. The first study compared the relative importance of the semantic meaning of the word with the tone of voice, and found that the latter was much more influential.

The second study dealt with facial expressions shown in black-and-white photographs and vocal tone as heard in a tape recording , and found that the relative contributions of the two communication channels had the ratio Mehrabian then combined the results of the two studies to obtain the ratio First, it is based on the judgment of the meaning of single tape of recorded words, i.

Second, the figures are obtained by combining results from two different studies which are inappropriately combined. Third, it relates only to the communication of positive versus negative emotions. Fourth, it relates only to women, as men did not participate in the study. Fifth, other types of nonverbal communication, e.

Since then, other studies have analyzed the relative contributions of verbal and nonverbal signals under more naturalistic situations.

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Mehrabian’s 7-38-55 Communication Model

Professor Albert Mehrabian has pioneered the understanding of communications since the s. He received his PhD from Clark University and in l commenced an extended career of teaching and research at the University of California, Los Angeles. As a minimum you must state that the formula applies to communications of feelings and attitudes. Where you see or use it, qualify it, in proper context.

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Silent messages: Implicit communication of emotions and attitudes. Leadership and management trainers can make very effective use of this book in a variety of training seminars on improving communication skills, leadership, or effectiveness of working groups. Here are only a few examples of the numerous important aspects of communication described in "Silent Messages:" During persuasion -- what are the important nonverbal messages for effective persuasion of others, for example, in a supervisory role or in sales? Deceitful behavior -- how can one detect that another is being deceitful or not overly forthcoming? Analyses of the way in which sentences are worded. For example, what differences in attitudes are implied when someone says: "I like those people" instead of, "I like these people?

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For effective and meaningful communication about emotions, these three parts of the message need to support each other - they have to be "congruent". In case of any incongruence, the receiver of the message might be irritated by two messages coming from two different channels, giving cues in two different directions. The following example should help illustrate incongruence in verbal and non-verbal communication. Verbal: "I do not have a problem with you!

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