Chap 1 & 2
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Does what is appropriate and effective in a given situation
What is SQRRR?
- Survey the chapter
- Read to answer questions
- Dopamin - Good
- Quartizel - Bad
- Adrenaline - Bad
Where you fit in - clothes you buy
What are the three needs for a person?
- Physical needs
- Identity needs
- Social needs
How others want you to act, look forward to, or anticipate
Actual sense of what is happening around you
The surroundings or enviroment of anything
Attainable state of looking forward or anticipating
Emphasis on perfection
Linear Communication Model: Depicts communication as something a sender "does to" a reciever
- Sender : the person creating the message
- encodes: puts thoughts into symbols, usually words
- message : the information being transmitted
- channel : the medium through which the message passes
- receiver : the person attending to the message
- decodes : makes sense of the message
- Noise : distractions that disrupt trusmission
The theory that a person's self-concept mirrors the way the person believes others regard him or her
The relatively stable set of perceptions each individual holds of himself or herself
The part of the self-concept that involves an individual's evaluations of his or her self-worth
An expectation of an event, followed by behaviors based on that expectation, that makes the outcome more likely to occur than would have been the case otherwise.
Evaluation of oneself in terms of or by comparison to others
The communication strategies people use to influence how others view them
The state, condition, manner, or style in which a person or object appears; outward look or aspect
Not an accurate response from the sender to the receiver
People that make comments directly or indirectly that make you feel bad about yourself
People that make comments directly or indirectly that make you feel good about yourself
A way of doing, being done, or happening; made of action, occurrence, etc....
Information no longer in general use has fallen into disuse
What would you like to do?
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