The Nonverbal Cue for Shame and Embarrassment
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After this Two-Minute Tuesday, you will definitely, absolutely, positively be able to answer one of the questions correctly. What is the nonverbal cue for when someone feels shame or embarrassment?
Nonverbal Cue for Shame and Embarrassment
The nonverbal cue for shame looks like this:
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