Ch5 - Ch. 5 Intrapersonal Communication 1. Self talk...

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Unformatted text preview: Ch. 5 Intrapersonal Communication 1. Self talk Self-Talk: Intrapersonally communicating within yourself. (often silent thinking; internal speech) o Linguistic development: (children) Prelinguistic/Preconceptual Stage Liguistic Stage Conceptual Stage Rhetorical stage. Self Concept: o 7 signs with a weak sense of self: Sensitivity to criticism: Displayed by a person not liking when people point out any shortcomings. Inappropriate response to flattery: Hypercritical attitude: People do not feel good about themselves often have trouble feeling good about anyone else. Tendency towards blaming: Feeling of persecution: People with low self-esteem tend to believe the world is against them. Negative feelings about competition: Tendency towards seclusion and timidity: Self Esteem: Self Love: accepting yourself as a worthy person because you choose to do so. 2. Cognitive Processing The act of cognitive processing is the comprehending, organizing, and storing of ideas....
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Ch5 - Ch. 5 Intrapersonal Communication 1. Self talk...

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