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Department
Psychology
Course
PSY3102
Professor
All Professors
Semester
Fall

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Interpersonal BehaviourSeptember 13 2011Karl Jung Functions and AttitudesI Functions experiences of life how we deal with internalexternal stimuli1SensationSomething exists2IntuitionHow will it occur in the future What is its potential3ThinkingWhat is it4FeelingIs it good or badRational Pair ThinkingFeelingIrrational Pair SensationIntuitionOvertime one function becomes more dominant Becomes Superior Function Other side will be repressed or the Inferior FunctionReason We need opposites This allows for balanceII Attitudes Introverted or ExtravertedDirection of Libidinal energy either in or outLibido Determined at birth cannot be changedExtravertIntrovert Attends to external environment Attends to internal environment Outgoing adventurous Introspective and shy Adapts easily Comfortable alone Influenced by other objects andSelfconcernedevents Extremes of Each ProblemNeeded Jungian Therapy to help obtain balance MyersBriggs Personality Test Based on Jungs theoriesTest the way people perceive the world make decisions and the way they orient to the worldTest Looked at 4 Variables1 IntroversionExtroversion The 2 Basic Attitudes Internalexternal world 2 SensingIntuitionI 2 Perceptual Processes Information gathering 3 ThinkingFeelingII 2 Decisionmaking Processes Decision making logic vs heartMBs added4 JudgingPerceiving The 2 Basic Life OrientationsOrientation to outer world do you like structure or flexibility 16 possible combinationsScored on continuous Variables Long and Types ShortCommunication is Inescapable irreversible complicated and contextualComponents of the Human Communication ProcessSeptember 20 20111 Message Transfer Model Earliest model Human communication is linear meaning is transferred from source to receiverSource Human being who has an idea or emotionReceiver The person or group whom the source directs messages intentional or unintentionallyMessage The written spoken and unspoken elements of communication to which we assign meaningChannel The pathway through which messages pass between source and receiver talking text phone email etcNoise Anything that interferes with the clear reception and interpretation of a message Encode The translation of ideas feelings and thoughts into a code by sourceDecode The interpretation of ideas feelings and thoughts that have been translated into code by receiver2 Interaction Model Developed in the late 40s50sAdded feedback and context to elements of message Transfer ModelFeedback Verbal and nonverbal responses to messages Context The dynamic physical and psychological communication environmentContext could includeSource and receiver have a RelationshipCultural contextCircularGoal of communicationModel is linear however more in a circular wayoThings keep going communication is continuous3 Transaction Model 60sThings happen at the same time simultaneouslyMessages are sent and received concurrentlyMeanings are created during communication transactionSimultaneouslyEach participant shares a mutual influence on the communication processPrinciples of IP Communication1Psychological Who each person isiNeeds and desires iiValuesiiiSelfconceptivPersonality2Relational Communication with others is affected by a persons relationship experienceiTrustiiHistoryiiiPowercontrol levelsivAmount of selfdisclosure
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