Journal article Open Access
Nabiyeva Diyora; Ashurali Mirzayev
Paralinguistics are the aspects of spoken communication that do not involve words. These may add emphasis or shades of meaning to what people say. Some definitions limit this to verbal communication that is not words. This article analyzes research related to paralinguistics from a historical perspective. The aim is to study the work of researchers and the peculiarities of the historical formation of paralinguistics. Paralinguistic tools allow interlocutors to exchange information without using linguistic means of expression during communication, using facial expressions, gestures, looks, intonations, etc. In this case, during communication, codes supplement information and express the feelings of interlocutors or replace speech.