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OSUCOMM 3620Amy NathansonFall

COMM 3620 Lecture 12: chapter 12

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8 May 2016
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Communication patterns during influence try, try again: keep asking you until you do what they want. Ex: can i borrow your car, and you say no. They ke
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OSUCOMM 3620Amy NathansonFall

COMM 3620 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: I Feel Loved, Emotion Classification, Social Emotions

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8 May 2016
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Chapter 7- emotions and communication emotions: fleeting feelings that arise in particular situations. Situation happens, we have response, then come b
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OSUCOMM 3620Amy NathansonFall

COMM 3620 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Interpersonal Communication, Stress Management, Fellatio

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8 May 2016
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Impersonal communication: using symbols to represent ideas that ignores personal qualities of the people who you are communicating with. Forgetting the
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OSUCOMM 3620Amy NathansonFall

COMM 3620 Lecture 14: chapter 14

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8 May 2016
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Chapter 14 talking to someone when you"re upset helps: Receiving social support when stressed can lesson the relationship key to providing effective so
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OSUCOMM 3620Amy NathansonFall

COMM 3620 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Demi Moore, Rosetta Stone, Short-Term Memory

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8 May 2016
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Dr. remen: about how medical students need to learn better communication. Hearing: ability to perceive sound by detecting vibrations in your ear. Short
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OSUCOMM 3620Amy NathansonFall

COMM 3620 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Fundamental Attribution Error, Interpersonal Communication, Robin Thicke

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8 May 2016
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Cognition: refers to the mental processes involved in gaining knowledge and comprehension. The biological processes, the thoughts were thinking, how we
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OSUCOMM 3620Amy NathansonFall

COMM 3620 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Storge, Physical Intimacy, Color Wheel Theory Of Love

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8 May 2016
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Intimacy: connection between two people that includes psychological, emotional, and behavioral bonds. Establishing it by: sharing information: breadth
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OSUCOMM 3620Amy NathansonFall

COMM 3620 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Peace Symbols, Kinesics, Paralanguage

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8 May 2016
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Nonverbal communication :the process of one person creating meaning in the mind of another person through nonverbal behaviors. Intentional or unintenti
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OSUCOMM 3620Amy NathansonFall

COMM 3620 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Speech Code

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8 May 2016
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Chapter 2 culture: values beliefs, and customs that you share with a group of people. Norms: shared expectations for behavior, very important in cultur
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OSUCOMM 3620Amy NathansonFall

COMM 3620 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Nuclear Family, Disclose, Sandwich Generation

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8 May 2016
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Family: network of people who create a sense of home, share a collective identity, experience a common history, and envision a similar future. Nuclear
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OSUCOMM 3620Amy NathansonFall

COMM 3620 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Catherine Zeta-Jones, Turbulence Modeling, Social Penetration Theory

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8 May 2016
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How do relationships go from acquaintance to boyfriend vs just a friend. Spending more time together: disclosing more information about yourself. Turni
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OSUCOMM 3620Amy NathansonFall

COMM 3620 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Linguistic Relativity, Ableism, Tag Question

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8 May 2016
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Chapter 5 : language and interpersonal communication in class activity few: 3 or 4 several: 7-9 many: 15 a lot: 30 occurs least frequently: almost neve
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