Comm Quiz Q&A #7 - Comm Quiz Q&A#7 1 Our authors define...

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Comm Quiz Q&A #7 1. Our authors define listening in the context of interpersonal communication as the process of making sense of others' spoken messages 2. Hearing, as opposed to listening, is the process in which sound waves strike the eardrum and the vibrations are transmitted to the brain 3. When we move beyond hearing and start to listen, researchers note that we process information in two very different ways. Which terms do social scientists use to describe these ways of processing information? mindful and mindless 4. Which statement below best describes mindful listening? It involves consciously and carefully paying attention to a message. 5. Listening is a process that consists of the following elements: hearing, attending, understanding, responding, and remembering. 6. Which factors have the largest influence on hearing? background noise and physiological factors 7. Whereas hearing is a physiological process, ________ is a psychological one and is part of the process of selection. Attending 8. What does the term
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