COMM 3356, Week 7 Notes
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Date Created: 10/09/16
Chapter 2: Interpersonal Communication and Emotional Intelligence Understanding the Interpersonal Communication Process Interpersonal communication process, - the process of sending and receiving verbal and nonverbal messages between two or more people. - involves the exchange of simultaneous and mutual messages to share and negotiate meaning between those involved One goal of interpersonal communication is to arrive at shared meaning Shared meaning - a situation in which people involved in interpersonal communication attain the same understanding about ideas, thoughts, and feelings. Barriers to Shared Meaning Filter of lifetime experiences - an accumulation of knowledge, values, expectations, and attitudes based on prior personal experiences Emotional Hijacking Emotional hijacking - a situation in which emotions control our behavior causing us to react without thinking Domains of Emotional Intelligence Self-awareness - involves accurately understanding your emotions as they occur and how they affect you - foundation for emotional intelligence Empathy - the ability to accurately pick up on emotions in other people and understand what is really going on with them Clarifying Clarifying involves making sure you have a clear understanding of what others mean. It includes double-checking that you understand the perspectives of others and asking them to elaborate and qualify their thoughts Relationship Management Relationship management - the ability to use your awareness of emotions and those of others to manage interactions successfully.” Differences in Communication Preferences Based on Extroversion- Introversion Introverts - tend to get much of their stimulation and energy from their own thoughts, feelings, and moods. Extroverts - tend to get much of their stimulation and energy from external sources such as social interaction.
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