Lecture 1 1-28-08

Lecture 1 1-28-08 - Communication Arts 272 Lecture 1/28/08...

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Communication Arts 272 Lecture 1/28/08 - There is positive and negative feedback - Person focused feedback: would be saying something like I don’t like the way you are saying that opposed to can you repeat that message what did you mean by this term - Immediate versus delay feedback. Immediate (nodding, writing down notes) delayed: I turn in a paper she writes comments on it - High monitoring feedback: very guarded about what you are saying. Thinking closely about what you are going to precisely say - Low monitoring feedback: don’t monitor what you are saying. Saying what you want - Critical Feedback: evaluative, judgmental ect - Noise: gets in the way of a perfect kind of communication - 4 kinds of noise - Physical noise: interference that is external to both the speaker, sender, and receiver - Physiological noise: either in the speaker or in the listener that inhibits the communication process. Ex. Hearing problem - Psychological noise: cognitive or mental interference. Ex. Biases, prejudices may
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Lecture 1 1-28-08 - Communication Arts 272 Lecture 1/28/08...

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