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If you smile while shaking hands and saying "hello," your nonverbal communication is complementingrepeatingcontradictingregulatingsubstitutingaccenting your verbal communication.
The answer is: complementing. [smile]
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User: If you smile while shaking hands and saying "hello," your nonverbal communication is complementingrepeatingcontradictingregulatingsubstitutingaccenting your verbal communication.

Weegy: The answer is: complementing. [smile]
Expert answered|patmarone|Points 5705|

User: If you laugh while saying that something is funny, your nonverbal communication is contradictingcomplementingsubstitutingregulatingaccentingrepeating your verbal communication.

Weegy: The nonverbal communication helps you confidently assess each candidate?s credentials with regard to the: * skills necessary to do the job, * behavioral characteristics you have identified as necessary for success in the job, [ [ and * culture and environment of your organization.Nonverbal communication is the use of gestures, facial expressions, and other non-audible expressions to transmit a message. Notice that this says "to transmit a message." It does not say "to transmit your message" or "to transmit your intended message." Frequently, people send conflicting verbal and nonverbal messages. When your nonverbal message conflicts with your verbal message the NONVERBAL message will be believed (actions speak louder than words). If you are not aware of, and do not attend to your nonverbal signals you could unintentionally send the wrong message. ] ]
Expert answered|barntho5|Points 90|

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Asked 7/12/2012 10:16:29 AM
Updated 7/12/2012 10:59:24 AM
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If you laugh while saying that something is funny, your nonverbal communication is accenting your verbal communication.
Added 7/12/2012 10:59:24 AM
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I didn't flag because patmarone's answer is correct, but barntho5, please directly answer questions and if you must copy and paste (which you shouldn't have for this question) you need to cite your source.
Added 7/12/2012 10:58:57 AM
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