11 - Types of Listening - Recreational: listen for...

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Types of Listening - Recreational: listen for enjoyment, enjoying the stimulus o Ex: listening to music, helps people focus; watching tv shows - Informational: listening for content; for something specific usually - Critical: listening to evaluate information, ideas, people; distinguish info - Empathic: listening to support others; try to understand how they’re feeling o Ask questions, paraphrase; What state of mind they’re in? What factors influenced this state? Ex: friend calls and wants you to listen often use a combination of these at one time Problematic Listening Behaviors - Pseudolistening: appearing as though you’re listening well, but you’re really not/you’re faking it - Monopolizing/Stagehogging: turning conversation into something about the listener; also referred to as Conversational Narcissist o Interrupting- butting in and telling a story about themselves that relates o Conversational Rerouting- ex: one-uppers - Selective Listening: listen and respond only to parts of the message; not listening
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