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Ch. 3 Notes 1 Hearing the biological process that occurs when the brain detects sound waves 2 listening the process of receiving. attending to, constructing meaning from, and responding to spoken or nonverbal messages 3 appreciative listening your goal is to enjoy the thoughts and experiences of others 4 discriminative listening your goal is to understand the speaker's meaning conveyed in other ways then the words themselves 5 comprehensive listening your goal is to understand, remember and recall what has been said 6 empathic listening your goal is to be a sounding board to help another sort though feelings 7 critical listening your ultimate goal is to evaluate the worth of a message 8 attending paying attention to what the speaker is saying regardless of extraneous interference
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Unformatted text preview: 9 understanding the ability to assign accurate meaning to what was said 10 remembering being able to retain and recall info we have heard 11 paraphrase putting into your own words the meaning you have assigned to a message 12 evaluating critically analyzing what is said to determine its truthfulness, utility, and trustworthiness 13 responding providing feedback to the speaker about what is being said; usually occurs in the form of nonverbal behaviors 14 constructive critique am analysis of a speech or presentation that evaluates how well a speaker meets a specific speaking goal while following the norms for good speaking and that recommends how the presentation could be improved...
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  • Spring '14
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  • Appreciative Listening, discriminative listening

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