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Bolotova A. International Journal of interdisciplinary Studies in Communication. 2013. Vol. 7. No. 1. P. 15-22.

Cognitive behavior in interpersonal relations is connected with the conscious regulation of time parameters and the structure of the nonverbal component in communication. The level of dialogue performance and acceptance in communication between two partners is connected with equal frequency, duration, and synchronism of nonverbal components per time unit. Personal communicative competence includes time organization of the structure of nonverbal interaction and the ability to introduce kinesics into the dialogue in a consecutive and synchronous way.

Added: Dec 17, 2013