Tuesday, August 12, 2008

WINNER NON VERBAL LANGUAGE




What in common exhibits Rafael Nadal (tennis), Michael Phelps (swimming) and other, after each victory in Beijing?. Have you seen them? : head tilted back, inflated thorax, arms on high, screams, closed fists hitting the air, hugs, jumps, etc; as long as losers lower their arms, seeming to collapse. Non verbal language have been broadly studied by psychologists Jessica L. Tracy (U/British Columbia) and David Matsumoto (U/San Fco. State), concluding that this language is innate as long as, they are also exhibited by monkeys, rabbits, elephants and other, besides human blind men losers of all the world (including American and western Euro-Asian sportsmen). Although some non blind losers men hide this language, this would be due to the culture and high individualism.

LENGUAJE no VERBAL de GANADORES y PERDEDORES


Que de común exhiben Rafael Nadal (tenis), Michael Phelps (natación) y otros, trás cada triunfo suyo en Pekin?. ¿Los habeis visto? : cabeza atrás, tórax henchido, brazos en alto, gritos, puños cerrados golpeando el aire, abrazos, saltos, etc; en tanto los perdedores bajan los brazos, pareciendo desplomarse. Lenguaje no verbal ampliamente estudiado por los psicólogos Jessica L. Tracy (U/British Columbia) y David Matsumoto (U/San Fco. State), concluyendo que este lenguaje es innato en tanto, lo exhiben monos, conejos, elefantes y otros, además de ciegos humanos perdedores de todas las latitudes (incluyendo deportistas americanos y euroasiáticos occidentales). Si bien algunos perdedores no ciegos ocultan el lenguaje no verbal perdedor, esto se debería a la cultura y a su alto individualismo.

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