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Listening Behavior Notes

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Listening Behavior Notes CTAC 225009

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Listening Behavior Notes - CTAC 225 Kitty Vincent Winter 2016
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Date Created: 01/30/16
Listening Behavior Notes  Chapter 3  Stimulus & Bins      ● Impersonal Conversion  ○ No exchange of influence or personal information  Ex. Sender: Have a nice day         Receiver: Ok, y u too.     ● Interpersonal Conversation  ○ Exchanging personal information or influence in some way  Ex. Sender: What are you doing this weekend?        Receiver: I’m going to my parents house to have dinner.    ● Intrapersonal  ○ Conversations and/or thoughts that happens within one's own  head  Ex. I could stop and get a sub from Subway but Windy’s 4 for 4 is chea. r and closer​   ● Stimulus  ○ A change in the environment   Ex. light, sound, temperature, pressure, pain, etc    ● External Stimulus  ○ Information that is picked up either subconsciously or  consciously and is transmitted to the central nervous system  ○ Hearing and Seeing  ■ Intertwine with each other  ■ The two most used stimulus    ● External Interference  ○ Noise that make it impossible to focus  ○ Distractions  ○ Also create dissonance  ​discomfort of some sort)                ● Reception  ○ A neural response to a stimulus  ○ Sounds does not pose a threat so they can be dismissed  quickly  Ex. The ticking sound of an analog clock     ● Perceptual screens  ○ Psychological filters that affect how you perceive a stimulus  Ex. thunderstorms or the sound of an airplane passing by     Bins  ● Emotional   ○ Perception of things that guide one in the real world  Ex. attitude, beliefs, values, etc    ● Mechanical  ○ Everyday learned behavior  Ex. Driving home from a grocery store    ● Instinctive   ○ Functioning systems   Ex. Touch, Hear, See, Smell, Taste    ● Cognitive  ○ Actively processing information using the working  memory and a short term memory  ■ Working memory  ●  Information only accable during the listening  event   ■ Short term working memory  ● Having a direct effect on incoming mental  stimulus and incorporating new information  with information that one already know.  ● Information that one can chose to listen to or  ignore  Ex. a door closing in a lecture hall0 


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