Why you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover: the limitations of reading body language.
Discussing some key topics before – or even after – they move in together can help couples successfully navigate this step.
Leaks of thousands of messages show government officials making light of lockdowns and joking about frightening the public.
The language of dance is often lost on a general audience. Now new research has used sensor suits to discover patterns of movement-based communication in ballet performance.
Researchers explore what happens when ants can’t properly use smell to detect friend from foe.
The waggle dance is performed by forager bees to convey important information about food sources.
Honeybees possess one of the most complex examples of nonhuman communication. New research suggests that it is learned and culturally passed down from older to younger bees.
Doctors don’t always tell you they’re unsure what’s behind common symptoms, such as a stomach ache. And that can have serious effects.
In a story where you have to choose your words carefully, it’s important to convey meaning to audiences in other ways.
Compassionate listening is an overlooked practice, but urgently needed in both interpersonal and political communications.
Looking for sparks between the sheets this Valentine’s Day?
Repeated storytelling from elderly relatives doesn’t necessarily always signal age or cognitive decline. It’s about conveying memories and values to a new generation.
People who experience mansplaining suffer lower organizational commitment and job satisfaction, and higher turnover intention, emotional exhaustion and psychological distress.
Using urine and signature whistles from other dolphins, a team of scientists has shown that dolphins use signature whistles like names and hold mental representations of other dolphins in their minds.
The relationship between the state and media soured just months into the Kenyatta regime.
How to use language clues to see through someone’s ‘expert’ facade.
Hiding in plain sight, they’re subtle reminders that we’re being watched, tracked, studied.
Refugees from non-English speaking backgrounds with disabilities face the twin obstacles of English language courses that don’t work for them and disability services that don’t speak their language.
The ways Americans talk about firearms is full of contradictions, two communication scholars explain – and that powerfully shapes the country’s approach to gun policy.
With online use ever-increasing, so is the rise of ghosting – when friends decide to disappear into the social ether.