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April 8, 2013 | by  | in Features |
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The Subtext of Cellphone Usage

Body language in the modern era

We’ve all heard the statistics about how most of us say more with our bodies than we do with our words. Body language is nothing new, but with changing times come changing technologies, and we here at Salient thought it was high time that someone explained the subtleties of body language when a phone is thrown into the mix.

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