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Psychology 2

Listening, Barriers to Listening, Health Promotions, & Learning Terms

Listen Barrier & Healh TermsListen Barrier & H Definitions
Listening understanding, not just hearing
Themes underlying feeling associated with concrete facts
Third Ear listening for what is not being said as well as what is being said, listening for themes
4 Elements of Door Openers description (person's body language), invitation (to talk), silence (give time to absorb), attending (show interest)
Anxiety a vague, persistant feeling of impeding doom
Sterotyping when you attribute characteristics to a group of people
Prejudice steriotypes based on emotions
Regression going back to an earlier stage
Primary Prevention actions taken to preclude illness or to prevent the natural course of illness from occuring
Secondary Prevention interventions designed to promote early diagnosis of symptoms and timely treatment
Tertiary Prevention rehabilitation strategies designed to minimize the handicapping effects of a disease
Physical Motivator can be internal (eg. memories, knowledge)
Social Incentives related to gaining the approval or disapproval of those who are in a position to reward or punish
Congnitive Motivations internal thought processes associated with change
Teachable Moment the learner has a need to know the information and has the capacity to learn it
Created by: vashti84