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Unformatted text preview: Types of Noise 1. Semantic problems/issues that you have with the words someone is using; the emotional elements you bring to the recognition of the word 2. Physical/Environmental* - what noises in the environment that keeps you from hearing something 3. Psychological all the things that you are thinking internally that prevents you from hearing the message; emotional cognitive distractions 4. Physiological the biology, youre hungry or tired, things that are physically wrong with you that interfere with hearing messages The Interactional Model (look at notebook) Transactional Model Field of Experience (filter): how a persons culture, experiences, and heredity influence his or her ability to communicate with another Areas of Study within Communication-Intrapersonal*-Interpersonal-Small Group*-Organizational-Rhetoric*-Media-intercultural...
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- Spring '08