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  • Dichotic Listening Report

    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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  • Personal Listening Style Analysis

    Michael Mulligan: Personal Listening Style The art of listening has similarities and differences when compared to any art form. Unlike other arts, listening is something that the majority of people have the ability to do. Not all of us can draw a beautiful picture, paint a masterpiece, or sculpt the likeness of a beautiful woman; however, the majority of the human race listens. In similarity to the great artisans of our time and before, the art of listening, if it is to be mastered, requires…

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  • How To Write A Reflection On A Clinical Experience

    I aimed to improve both recognising and using non-verbal signals, gestures, facial expressions and body language. I also tried to advance my active listening skills giving my full attention to my patient while being seen to be listening by maintaining eye contact and give confirmation to the patient by nodding, smiling or by using verbal ratification. I did this to keep the concentration of my patient and prevent them from reaching a conclusion that I wasn’t properly listening. I also found that…

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  • Reflection On A Critical Incident

    I realized that even though I was not able to directly use cathartic skills, I still learned that something as simple as providing my presence to D.B. still played a beneficial role. Also, utilization of active listening skills such as observing D.B.’s nonverbal behaviours and monitoring my own nonverbal behaviours aided in this situation, even though I did not think much of it during the event. While I did not realize it at first, my feelings of self-doubt masked the fact that I did possess…

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  • Active Listening In Social Work

    The first task is to schedule the meeting with her support system. The second task is to have the meeting with her support system. The third task is to tell them what is going on in her life at the meeting and ask them for help. Write a brief essay discussing the importance of active listening and how we ask questions. Write a reflective response and a follow-up question for the following statements listed below as a part of your essay. Active listening is vital in social work field. Active…

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  • Importance Of Managerial Listening

    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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  • Reflective Essay: Two Different Types Of Listening

    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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  • Rhetoric Of Persuasion

    In life people communicate with one another, there are different languages and tones of speaking. While speaking to people it is key to be a good listener, this will help with persuading people into believing what is being said. There is plenty of times where people could assume they are having a conversation with someone to only find out they were not even paying attention. In-deed, there are ways to communicate along with the various tones and arguments that comes along with communication. The…

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  • Reflection On Identifying Micro-Skills

    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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  • Helping Relationship Research

    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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