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PYB007 psychology study notes throughout semester 1 2015, weeks 1 through to week 10

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Psychology Personality traits Personality Life skills Emotion Human communication Emotional intelligence Personality psychology Extraversion and introversion Negative affectivity Agreeableness Empathy
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Psychology Personality traits Personality Life skills Emotion Human communication Emotional intelligence Personality psychology Extraversion and introversion Negative affectivity Agreeableness Empathy
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very Receiver: the person who decodes the message Sender = sends information to people First person = giving information to other people Receiver = listens to others, aim to get others to share information with them Second Person = retrieving information from people Observer = monitor interaction Third person = watching over the conversation from an objective, outside perspective Noise: physical or psychological interference that can impact on how accurately a message is sent or received COMMUNICATION BASICS Context: the overarching physical or psychological environment that guides how a message will be interpreted Message: the information that is encoded during an interaction Denotative: the objective, dictionary definition of a word (objective) Connotative: the subjective meaning of a word, impacted upon by personality, past experience, context or personal circumstances Contex...
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