Graduate School of Theology
When people come to a lecture, 55 percent of the message they receive comes from the speaker's body and face. They receive 38 percent of the message from the tone of voice, and they receive a mere 7 percent of the message from the words. These are the astonishing findings of a 1985 study of face-to-face communication conducted by Albert Mehrabian of Stanford University.
The Princeton Seminary Bulletin
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