The five symbolic abilities described in your textbook are.
a. I, Me, We, She, and He
b. clarification, understanding, restructuring, continuity, and closure
c. definition, punctuation, interpretation, subjectivity, and self-concept
d. definition, evaluation, organization, hypothetical thought, self-reflection
e. circular, rectangular, oval, triangular, and octagonal
Raul came to the United States from Mexico three months ago and he is still having
trouble understanding Americans' tendency to rush all the time. He is also surprised
when his teachers are irritated if he joins class a while after class has started. Raul's
confusion about American pace of life is based on which aspect of nonverbal behavior?