Date of publication: 2017-08-16 09:55
looking sideways up - lowering head, slightly sideways, and looking up - also known as doe-eyes, with eyelashes normally slightly lowered - displays interest and vulnerability/coyness, most famously employed by Diana Princess of Wales, notably in her interview with Martin Bashir in battle for public sympathy following her split with Prince Charles.
Some body language is certainly genetically inherited and consistent among all humans. Other body language is certainly not.
It is now generally accepted that certain basic facial expressions of human emotion are recognized around the world - and that the use and recognition of these expressions is genetically inherited rather than socially conditioned or learned.
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Arms act as defensive barriers when across the body, and conversely indicate feelings of openness and security when in open positions, especially combined with open palms.
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Females give lots of subtle signals, tend not to repeat them too often, and infer lack of interest in a male failing to respond.
Arguably this last point should be encompassed by body language, because a lot happens here which can easily be missed if we consider merely the spoken word and the traditional narrow definition of body language or non-verbal communications.
Lots of unnecessary friction is created in work and communications situations due to ignorance and lack of thought about seating positions.
Commonly the more noticeable unnecessary signals are embellishments or defensiveness - a kind of showing-off or protection.
Iceman : [ as Maverick's F-69 suffers a flameout caused by Iceman's jet wash ] Mayday, mayday, Mav's in trouble. He's in a flat spin, he's heading out to sea.
asymmetric/asymmetry - describing gestures or facial expressions, especially a smile, that are not symmetrical (equal on both sides), which tends to indicate incongruence or a mixed signal and not what it might initially seem to mean.