(Français) La communication non verbale, 60 ans de connaissances révisées par les pairs

Vincent Denault - Pierrich Plusquellec

Département de communication, Université de Montréal, Canada

Centre d’études en sciences de la communication non verbale, Canada 

École de psychoéducation, Université de Montréal, Canada 

Centre d’études en sciences de la communication non verbale, Canada

Centre d’études sur le stress humain, Canada

KEYWORDS : non-verbal communication, gestures, facial expressions, empathy, deception, artificial intelligence

Since the 1960s, non-verbal communication has been the subject of more than 30,000 articles published in peer-reviewed journals. In this article, we will describe some characteristics of the most influential work on this topic and provide an overview of the work on deception and empathy. In addition, we will briefly discuss other research on non-verbal communication and its ethical and legal implications which, with the emergence of artificial intelligence, are likely to become increasingly important. The objective of our article is to highlight issues in non-verbal research that, in our opinion, could be useful for researchers in information and communication sciences.

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