Psychology 2035A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Nonverbal Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Master Sergeant

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Interpersonal communication: an interactional process where one person sends a message to another. The 2 cognitive processes that underlie the transmission of msgs: speakers encode their ideas and feelings into a message, and the receiver decodes the speaker"s message into their own ideas. Only considered a conscious process when it"s a new language: the channel: the sensory channel through which the msg reaches the receiver. Electronically mediated communication is ic that takes place via technology (e. g. netlingo / cyberspace is a type of slang used in texting, emails, and chat rooms) People have developed some cell phone etiquette that includes turning off the phone, keeping calls short, and keeping it out of earshot of other. In computer-mediated technology e-mails are the most popular. Face-to-face and internet communication differ in 5 important dimensions: physical appearance, anonymity, richness of communication, visual cues, and time. Many of life"s gratifications hinge on one"s ability to communicate effectively with others.

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