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Comm notes second half of class Chapter 6: HURIER model: Hearing, Understanding, Remembering, Interpreting, Evaluating, Responding Activity 1. 0 2. no 3. 9 4. Yes 5. 12 6. 12 7. Nixon 8. Papa 9. Don’t know 10. Don’t bury survivors 11. 12. There is a big difference between listening and hearing What is the difference between hearing and listening? How does culture influence our listening tendencies? Stages of listening: HURIER model 13. Multi-tasking Many people think they are effective, but the truth is the majority of people are not. o Can’t get into a flow o This ultimately huts our productivity and limits our learning 14. Activity 15. The Myth of Multitasking Test Switchtasking is a thief 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21---15ish Switchtasking is a th 1234567891011121314151617 16. Some major topics that are important that we didn’t get to: Barriers to effective listening Informational listening, critical listening, empathic listening 17. Write down a list of those that you go to when you have issues 18. -Leoni—she’s my best friend, she knows me really well, we’re really open to each other 19. -My Dad—he shows me unconditional love and is always supportive 20. -Brianna—she’s my best friend and my girlfriend, I tell her everything
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21. -Michelle—she’s a really good friend, gives good advice, very wise 22. Attraction Theory: we are drawn to others based on physical, social and task-based characteristics 23. Uncertainty Reduction Theory: We communicate with others because we do not like uncertainty (not necessarily the case because it doesn’t always translate well in other cultures) 24. Social Exchange Theory: We compare our current relationship to other partner options 25. You do two things: 1. Comparison level: what do you want, what do you deserve 26. 2. Comparison level to Alternatives: What is the other option/is it better? 27. Comparison levels are associated with relational satisfaction 28. The alternative to being in the relationship better? Has more to do with if the relationship will continue 29. 30. Equity Theory: We consider the costs and benefits to being in our current relationship o Ideally, each person is benefited equally, but it’s not very realistic. At any given time there is usually someone who is receiving more benefit from the relationship. Costs and benefits always differ. o The person who receives more benefits is going to be happy and want to continue o The person who is under-benefited is going to be less satisfied and might end relationship 31. He’s just not that into you—examples of these theories Equity theory, she wants him to stop being nice to her. Social exchange theory, comparison level, what she wants and what she thinks she deserves 32.
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  • Spring '14
  • RyanS.Bisel
  • Interpersonal relationship, Social exchange theory, conversation orientation, Hurier model

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