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Week 2: Today Administrative concerns Introductions Principles of the interpersonal process with supporting reflections and exercises
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First impressions Anyone who wasn’t here: let’s get some first impressions down!
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Introductions Please see handout
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Information sheet Please complete the handout
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Presentation sheet Please sign up for a topic that might interest you
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Other notes before we move into this week’s material: I will assign journal pairs on Ace by the end of the day on Saturday (you must conduct your first meeting by next Thursday). Check the schedule and course pack for weekly tasks and readings. Please buy the course pack (if you have yet to do so) from Express Copy on the first floor of Dana Porter and bring it to class weekly.
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Journals Please turn to the journal description in your course pack.
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Communication counts! Personally Professionally Most of us have tools in our communicative kit. Let’s test some.
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Three facts and fib In groups of four: Take three minutes to think of three facts about yourself and one falsehood (a fib). Take turns telling each other the facts and the falsehood (in no particular order of presentation). Other group members: try to spot the fibs.
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After everyone has had a turn, tell your group members which statement was the fib.
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Follow up Who was able to fool their group members? Why or why not? Who wasn't able to fool their group members? Why or why not?
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What might we take away from this exercise (other than a smile)?
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We listen for content—how do we assess what we hear? We listen for tone—anything unnatural? We watch for non-verbal cues—any “tells”?
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What does the content of each fib tell you about the person telling it?
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One possibility: Fib tells us about an individual’s conception of what people typically lie about. Another: Fib reveals hint about speaker’s self concept via establishment of what she or he is not.
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Communication: Some principles: We communicate both content and relational messages.
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