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    Dichotic Listening: An Investigation of Sound For this report, I chose to focus on dichotic listening. I selected dichotic listening because I am interested in the subject matter, on how the brain function under these types of stimuli. Dichotic listening is a process meant to help us understand how the brain is divided into hemispheres and how those hemispheres differ in functionality. On a psychological level, it is also designed to help us understand selective attention to auditory stimuli. During a dichotic listening task, the participant wears a listening device (usually a set of headphones) and has a different auditory stimuli play in each ear, usually simultaneously. The stimuli played can range from pitches to clear noises, but is usually…

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    with students about their future careers. When I get the opportunity to work with incoming students, I will be fresh out of school as well; this will give me a contemporary touch vs. someone who has been in this profession for a long time. My experiences are likely relevant to what those students will be going through during their higher education journey. In like manner, I would be highly effective at cooperating with other departments within my chosen institution. My vast work experience has…

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    One situation that tested my abilities recently was when my boyfriend and I decided to call it quits. I started opening up my mind and coming to the conclusion that this relationship was not healthy for me to try to hold on to. He began to say very mean and hurtful things to me and surprisingly I was calm, listening, I spoke my mind with clarity and was able to successfully resolve this conflict. I learned that every situation does not deserve your energy and attention especially dealing with a…

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    Identifying Micro-skills All three therapists in the video demonstrated active listening. There were body clues such as leaning forward or nodding at appropriate times. The second therapist in the video also used active listening to validate the authenticity of emotion that the client was feeling. She also used her active listening skills to ask questions that delved deeper into the issues of the couple. She used active listening to guide the session by actively reflecting on what the clients…

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    Listening is very important. Listening is an acquired skill; hearing is a passive action. They are actually two different things. Hearing is just when you hear something and don’t really process what is being said. Listening is being engaged in the conversation. There are different types of listening; informational listening, critical listening, and active listening. When you are in a conversation, you are either doing one or even two of those types of listening’s. Then there are different…

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    Managerial Listening Introduction A major part of communication is not only being able to voice ideas, but also to clearly receive the the said idea. Hearing is a physical ability while listening is a skill, and listening allows a person to understand and make sense of what another person is saying. Managers and employees both need listening skills to work together in order to function as a whole system. When workers listen carefully, they are able to have a better understanding of the…

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    helping relationship. The implication of a missing component will result in a negative outcome and a potentially damaging experience. If the counsellor is not self-aware and focused only on listening and responding, the client will experience a sense of uncertainty, a lack of trust or falseness. This has the potential to cause harm and it will be impossible for genuineness, acceptance and empathy to be present in the helping relationship. Listening is a core skill in the helping relationship…

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    are the right steps for them, to keep moving on in their grieving process, whether they be in denial, fear, or even guilt. 2. As counselors we are going to have clients come to us with a variety of stories. There are three types of narratives that a client might tell their story in. Which are restitution, quest, or chaotic. Hints that can help you tell that if you are listening to a restitution story is if your client has a mind set of “any illness can be cured.” The Quest story can often be…

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    The main reason that the issue of active listening is important to resolve is to ensure that store operations happen in a timely and accurate manner. A second reason that active listening is an important issue to resolve is for the relationships that are formed in the workplace. Creating and maintaining these relationships are important for workplace collaboration so that the environment remains friendly. Attempting to fix these issues will hopefully allow these relationships to become…

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    online lesson included a link to an “Active Listening Skills Inventory” assessment, which is a useful tool for self-discovery. There are two categories of self-awareness, trait awareness and task awareness. Trait awareness refers beliefs, values, philosophies, etc… Task awareness refers to the activities leaders engage in. Tasks are the activities that relate to the traits. (PSU, 2017. P5.) Active…

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