Subjects of communication are living beings

Subjects of communication are living beings, people. Communication is typical for any living creature, but only at the level of a person, the process of communication becomes conscious, connected by verbal and non-verbal acts. There should be at least two direct participants of communication, which are called the addresser and the recipient. The addresser manages the language activity and makes for it many strategies, rules, operational systems. Third parties may also participate as observers or listeners. And their presence imposes its imprint on the nature of communication. Communication is of great importance in the formation of the human psyche, its formation of intelligent, cultural behavior. By communicating with psychologically developed people, thanks to the broad possibilities for learning, a person acquires all higher cognitive abilities and qualities. Through active communication with the developed personalities, just a man becomes an individual.