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personality: Kelly
Kelly's personal construct theory. The individual as scientist. Kelly placed the emphasis on cognition in personality development. ...
audience research
It also suggests that it might be wise to conduct a pilot questionnaire with some sample members of your target audience. It may well turn out that their ...
personality: humanistic theories
Carl Rogers soon came to the conclusion that Freudian techniques did not work and that ... counselling is the unconditional positive regard for the client. ... Rogers' saw the requirement of positive regard as a fundamental human need. ...
nvc and speech
Paralanguage is the term used to refer to the non-verbal accompaniments of speech ... It is not difficult to think of examples of the ways in which such ...
nvc and speech
We can even use non-verbal communication to negate or diminish the import of our words, for example when sternly admonishing someone whilst simultaneously ...
nvc 2
Such behaviours as these would seem to be suggestive of some general rules underlying our everyday non-verbal communication. The problem is, though, ...
Non-verbal communication. finger Well, there's a non-verbal sign we're all .... decode British and Italian facial expressions better than Japanese ones. ...
Gerbner's communication model
Cultsock: CCMS Infobase - Gerbner's model. ... Similarly to the Schramm & Osgood Circular Model, Gerbner's General Model emphasizes the dynamic nature of ...
mass media: Maletzke's Model
Cultsock: CCMS Infobase - mass media: Maletzke's model. ... The Lasswell Formula. The Shannon-Weaver Model. The Osgood and Schramm Model. Gerbner's Model ...
technological determinism
Cultsock: CCMS Infobase - technological determinism.
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