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Unformatted text preview: For the most effective training results refer to this workbook for instructions concerning when to start and stop the video portions of this program. Eye Cue Mastery Home Study Course Workbook Course outline 1. Non verbal communication 2. Eye positions 3. Lie detector strategy 4. Predicate language 5. Feedback strategies Important Training Notes: Paul designed this program following a specific structure that has proven most effective in his live training programs. To achieve maximum results follow the instructions printed in red type throughout the course of this program. Throughout this training program you may rewind the video as necessary to complete any exercises. Insert the first tape, Vol. I - Introduction to eye accessing cues in your VHS player and view the first segment, then return to this workbook and proceed to the next page. 2002 Elite Video Productions - Learning Systems Division All rights reserved 2 Vol. I Section One: Non-verbal Communication & Eye Positions The Three Components Of Human Communication Phisiology 55% Tonality 38% Words 7% Figure 1.1 Non Verbal Communication 93% Figure 1.2 Classes Of Communication verbal communication 7% Fill in the blanks: 1. Non-verbal communication is represented by our _____________ and the way we use our ______________. 2. Verbal communication is represented by the _________________ we use. 3. Eye accessing cues are an example of _____________________ communication 4. Non verbal communication represents __________% of your total communication 5. What this means is that if you are focused on just the ______________ people use you are going to miss _________ % of what is being communicated to you. Continue to the next page. 3 Review the eye cue chart until you fully understand the six accessing positions. Eye Accessing Cue Positioning Chart V R Visual remembered: Seeing an internal image of something seen before as it appeared at the time it was originally seen. Examples of questions that will cause someone to access visual remembered images include How many windows are in your house? and What color are your mothers eyes? V C Visual constructed: Seeing internal images of something never actually seen in the external world or seeing internal images differently than they appeared before. Questions that generally result in this type of internal processing include: What would the Statue of Liberty look like if it were painted pink? and What will your best friend look like ten years from now? A R Auditory remembered: remembering sounds heard before. Questions that usually elicit this type of accessing include What is the first thing you remember hearing when you woke up this morning? and What does the ringer on your home phone sound like? Figure 1.3 Continue to the next page....
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2009 for the course EC EC 101 taught by Professor Jamiefox during the Summer '09 term at University of Washington.

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