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Question number: 2178

» Communication » Importance of Communication

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Key elements of communication are ________.

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There must be some channel

b.

Encoders and decoders are either human or non-human objects

c.

Transmitting information and understanding

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Question number: 2179

» Communication » Concept & Characteristics of Communication

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According to Kelly communication is a ________.

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Process involving transmission and accurate replication of ideas reinforced by feedback supporting to stimulate action to accomplish organizational goals.

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Saying ideas and messages to another person without direct interaction

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Field of knowledge dealing with systematic application of symbols to acquire common information, regarding an object or event.

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Question number: 2180

» Educational Psychology » Career Counseling

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Counseling psychology differs from clinical psychology in that

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it is more concerned with everyday problems in living.

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it is more concerned with severe behavior pathology.

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it is more concerned with the treatment of inpatients

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Question number: 2181

» Introduction to Psychology » Schools of Psychology

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Relating overt behavior to electrical and chemical events taking place inside the body is characteristic of which contemporary perspective?

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subjectivist

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biological

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behavioral

d.

cognitive

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