Overuse of filler words such as you know or like reduces your credibility TRUE

Overuse of filler words such as you know or like

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82.Overuse of filler words such as "you know" or "like" reduces your credibility. Adler - Chapter 04 #82Topic: Verbal Message: Language and Identity Management83.A "disfluency" is an utterance that adds no meaning to a statement, but creates an impression that the speaker is not very competent. Adler - Chapter 04 #83Topic: Verbal Message: Language and Identity Management84.The term "genderlect" refers to the fact that there appear to be some characteristic differences between men's and women's language use. Adler - Chapter 04 #84Topic: Verbal Message: Feminine and Masculine Language Use85.There are no documented differences between men's and women's use of language. Adler - Chapter 04 #85Topic: Verbal Message: Feminine and Masculine Language Use86.The fact that many women use tentative forms of speech such as apologies and tag questions proves that women are less adequate than men in the workplace. Adler - Chapter 04 #86Topic: Verbal Message: Feminine and Masculine Language Use87.Males who develop a mixed-gender style of language are judged as inferior by both males and females. Adler - Chapter 04 #87Topic: Verbal Message: Feminine and Masculine Language Use
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88.Nonverbal communication occurs in face-to-face situations, but does not apply to written or electronic communication. Adler - Chapter 04 #88Topic: Nonverbal Communication: Characteristics of Nonverbal Communication89.Our nonverbal expressions, such as our paralanguage, often convey our feelings more powerfully than our words do. Adler - Chapter 04 #89Topic: Nonverbal Communication: Characteristics of Nonverbal Communication
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