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Listening The active process of receiving, constructing meaning from and responding to spoken or nonverbal messages
Hearing Physiological process in which sound is received by the ear
Understanding assigning meaning to the stimuli that have been selected and attended to by the listener; AKA comprehension
Remembering recalling something from stored memory; thinking of something again
Interpreting the process of understanding the message from the speaker's point of view and letting the speaker know that you understand
Responding Overt verbal and nonverbal behavior by listener indicating what has and has not been received.
Association connection something new to something you already know
categorization organize information into categories
meditation find meaning in unrelated words or items
imagery create visual or mental images from information
Mnemonics create ways to make sense of information
Listening for Information listening for comprehension
Evaluative Listening listening to judge or analyze information
Empathetic Listening listening to understand what another person is thinking or feeling
Listening for Enjoyment listening for pleasure, personal satisfaction or appreciation
perception the process of selecting, organizing and interpreting information in order to give personal meaning to the communication we receive
awareness using senses to take in info about your environment
perception formation we differ in how we organize and interpret our experiences, therefore the way we see the world around us differs
selection occurs as the brain sorts one stimulus from another based on criteria formed by previous experience
Created by: maehasmyheart



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