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EFFECTIVE LISTENING (HURIER MODEL)
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THE PROCESS OF HEARING
“Talk less—you will automatically learn more, hear more, see more—and make fewer blunders.” Mark McCormack
THE PROCESS OF UNDERSTANDING
Communication occurs in two-way settings:
THE PROCESS OF REMEMBERING
3 basic types of memory immediate, short-term, and long-term.
THE PROCESS OF INTERPRETING
“The most basic of all human needs is the need to understand and be understood. The best way to understand people is to listen to them.” Ralph Nichols
“I tell you everything that is really nothing, and nothing of what is everything, do not be fooled by what I am saying. Please listen carefully and try to hear what I am not saying.” Charles C. Finn.
Communication also occurs in one-way settings:
Questions are very important in the listening process because they show the speaker whether or not you understood or misunderstood the message.
The proper thing to do in a setting where you are receiving information but cannot respond, such as lectures and meetings, is to take notes.
Short-term memory is called the working memory.
The Long term memory is called the data bank
"In one ear and out the other" this is the immediate memory
Primacy and Regency
3 Reasons Why We Forget
Limit your alcohol intake
Eat a diet low in cholesterol
Exercise for 30 minutes a day, most days of the week
Take your medication as prescribed
Here are few tips for maintain a strong memory:
Read challenging information
Do crossword puzzles
Your brain needs a workout too
Reception of sound waves
Perception of sound brain
Hearing Involves 3 Interrelated Stages
According to Dave Leathers, “Our quest for meaning in this world begins and ends with a facial expression”.