Attributions and Contributions

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This research module was developed based on the training developed for the CRETE four day training sessions, specifically Day Two, titled Classroom Meetings, Positive discipline and De-escalation, Nonverbal Communication and Conflict and the slide presentation titled: Nonverbal Communication and Conflict, It's Not What You say That Counts!

Tricia S. Jones, PhD
Department of Psychological Studies
College of Education
Temple University
Philadelphia, PA

Content was included from the Reach In, Reach Out, Reach Over: A Conflict Management Pilot Program in North Carolina Pre-Service Teacher Curriculum prepared by North Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention - Center for the Prevention of School Violence Raleigh, North Carolina, September 2002.

Additional Attributions/References:

Paraphrased in: Cultural Body Language Differences
Article by Laura Jean Karr published 10-14-08

Paraphrased in: NVC via Gestures and Movement
Axtell, Roger E., ed. Do's and Taboos Around the World. John Wiley & Sons, 1993.
Axtell, Roger E. Gestures: The Do's and Taboos of Body Language Around the World. John Wiley & Sons, 1991.
DeMente, Boye. Japanese Etiquette & Ethics in Business. Passport Books, 1987.

Teaching Exceptional Children, JAN/FEB 2002
Vol. 34, No. 3, pp. 66-70. Copyright 2002 CEC.
Author: Stephanie Morris
Title: Promoting Social Skills Among Students With Nonverbal Learning Disabilities

Cited in: Haptics
Heslin, R. Steps toward a taxonomy of touching. Paper presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, May, 1974.

Quoted in: The Power of Nonverbal Communication
Student Nonverbal Communication and Its Influence on Teachers and Teaching: A Review of Literature.
Authors: Mottet, Timothy P.; Richmond, Virginia P.
Publication Date: 2000-00-00

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