Language Style Matching

Language Style Matching - 1 Style Matching Bethany Fargher...

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1 Style Matching Bethany Fargher COM200: Interpersonal Communication Instructor: Jacey Saucedo June 6, 2011
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2 Style Matching My language style matching is a 0.75 which is average. According to the LSM the more that the two people are paying attention to each other in their interactions, the higher the LSM is. LSM is higher in ongoing conversations such as IMs, telephone calls, or face-to-face conversations. LSM is lower in emails, letters, or other less direct interactions. The more similar the topic and the mindset of the two authors, the more the LSM score should be similar. If I would of have better emails to go off of I would have a better LSM, but I really don’t email many people and if I do it is a small conversation. I also abbreviate words, like because instead of saying that I say cuz, before would be b4, so on and so on. Do you think the results provide by the Language Style Matching website are accurate? Why or why not? I think these results are very true because I know I do not talk with proper
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This note was uploaded on 08/24/2011 for the course ENG 225 taught by Professor Richardbair during the Spring '10 term at Ashford University.

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