Online communication limits our expression and non-verbal communication capabilities.
- Body language
The image seen during a video conversation does not allow us to fully capture the dynamics of the interlocutors’ movements.
- Mimicry expression
Mostly we can only observe the speaker’s facial expressions.
- Poor eye contact
Online meetings, especially during screen/content sharing, prevent eye contact with the recipient.
Wisdom from scientific data
Uncover Emotional Responses
The respondent tends to move closer to a stimulus with positive valence (approach) and away from a stimulus with negative valence (avoidance).
They tend to move their head more when viewing a positive stimulus (activation) and move their head less when viewing a negative stimulus (freezing).