Argyle,Alkema and Gilmour

Aim - To see whether the tone of voice effects how individuals interpret vebal communication.

Method - Argyle gave different groups of particiants either friendly or hostile messges spoken in either friendly or hostile tones.

Results - The tone of voice had around 5 times the effect of the verbal message itself.

Conclusion - Tone of voice can have an effect and  change the interpretaion of the verbal messages.

Evaluation - This study was done in an artiicail manner, It only focused on the tone of voice.

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Argyle,Alkema and Gilmour

Aim - To see whether the tone of voice effects how individuals interpret vebal communication.

Method - Argyle gave different groups of particiants either friendly or hostile messges spoken in either friendly or hostile tones.

Results - The tone of voice had around 5 times the effect of the verbal message itself.

Conclusion - Tone of voice can have an effect and  change the interpretaion of the verbal messages.

EvaluationThis study was done in an artificial manner, It only focused on the tone of voice.

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