Interpersonal Communication Chapter 8
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The tendency to attack others self concepts rather than their positions on topics of conversation
Incompetent messages delivered in response to suggestions, criticism, or perceived slights
Mental maps that describe exactly how communication encounters will unfold
Fear or anxiety associated with real or anticipated communication with another person or persons
Signal an attempt to answer the question "How can I best talk about this situation so that the problems we are facing can be solved?"
Emphasize the achievement of instrumental goals in a situation
To convey what you think and feel so others know what you think and feel
Communication decisions are driven by a set of standards regarding moral behavior
The ability to use communication to accomplish interpersonal goals
Low self monitors
People who are not sensitive to level of appropriateness
High self monitors
People who are highly sensitive to appropriateness and adapt their communication accordingly
Repeatable goal directed behaviors and behavioral patterns that you routinely practice in your interpersonal encounters and relationships
Interpersonal communication competence
- Consistently communicating in 3 ways-
What would you like to do?
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