- A person's thought process is very closely tied with their physiology.
- A dog senses your fear:
- how did he know if you didn't tell him?
- If a friend is depressed, most of us can tell without even talking with them.
- We pick up clues from their body: slumped shoulders, eyes downcast, head down,
- lack of animation (and in extreme cases, a loaded pistol held to the head).
- Sensory acuity takes these observations beyond the more obviously recognizable
- clues and uses the physical feedback in addition to someone's words to gain as
- much from communication as possible.
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