ch7 - Jase Zappel Comm 103 CHAPTER 7 KEY NOTES While we do...

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Jase Zappel Comm 103 CHAPTER 7 KEY NOTES While we do in fact learn some of our communication, 33 to 50 percent of our skills come from genetics Learning- the internalization of a new way of understanding and behaving such that it can be produced on demand You can unlearn things as well, mostly by forgetting Two modes of learning: Direct- learning of things through your individual action and experience in the world Indirect- learning through observing others’ actions or relevant behaviors Self-efficacy- Our own beliefs about whether we think we can or can not do something We often know something without really knowing how we know it To be useful, knowledge must be organized, and as such must also be categorized Three categories of communicative knowledge compromise the library of the mind: Repertoire - a set of roles a person is capable of plaing, along with actions that accompany these roles Roles- the patterns and style of statements and behaviors a person is
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course COMM 103 taught by Professor Klindeman during the Spring '07 term at San Diego State.

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ch7 - Jase Zappel Comm 103 CHAPTER 7 KEY NOTES While we do...

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