Guidelines for effective selective listening by J. D Schendel

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Published by U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences in Alexandria, Va .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Listening,
  • Selectivity (Psychology),
  • Military education -- Aids and devices

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Book details

StatementJoel D. Schendel
SeriesResearch report -- 1215, Research report (U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences) -- 1215
ContributionsU.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences. Training Technical Area
The Physical Object
Pagination32 p. ;
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14856400M

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GUIDELIMES FOR EFFECTIVE SELECTIVE LISTENING BRIEF Requirement: To identify the problems involved in selective listening and to recomnd procedures for handling them.

Procedure: Selective listening is intended, primarily, as an intelligence gathering Size: 1MB. Get this from a library. Guidelines for effective selective listening.

[J D Schendel; U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences. Training Technical Area.]. Defining selective listening as an intelligence gathering technique that depends on an individual's ability to access, monitor, and report oral messages accurately and to give processing priority to messages of possible intelligence value, this report describes one important application of the technique: overhearing the conversations of others ("target conversations").Author: Joel D Schendel.

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[Accessed give date accessed]. Selective listening is like a student with a highlighter. When students study for a test they commonly use a highlighter to focus on key ideas in a textbook. They might skim over text that doesn't seem critical but focus on text that gets to the point.

Giving listening. Selective Listening Author Institution Selective listening is considered as a negative kind of listening; the selective means that the listener is biased to what he is hearing.

The term bias here is based on emotionally difficult communications or preconceived ideas. The following five obstacles to effective listening and communication are taken from the book Are You Really Listening. by Paul J. Donahue, PhD and Mary E. Siegel, PhD. Each obstacle is summarized below, but can be read in full within chapter 2 of Are You Really Listening.

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External Obstacles (Message Overload, Message Complexity, Noise) 2. Internal Obstacles (Preoccupation, Prejudgement, Reacting to Emotionally Loaded Language, Lack of Effort, Failure to Adapt Listening Styles).

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Effective listening involves being able to focus in on speech sounds while disregarding other noise. For instance, a train passenger that hears the captain’s voice over the loudspeaker understands that the captain is speaking, then deciphers what the captain is saying despite other voices in the cabin.

Selective hearing in the context of trying to process both visual and auditory stimuli (for example, missing out on a doorbell because you were busy reading a book) might occur because we have “limited brain bandwith.” That is, our brain has a limited capacity to process information, and therefore it can’t process two stimuli at once.

Selective listening, or selective attention, is the phenomenon that occurs when we only see what we want to see and hear what we want to hear. It’s a type of mental filtering in which we tune out someone’s opinions or ideas when they don’t line up with ours. [1]. BARRIERS TO LISTENING This handout talks through a number of different barriers to listening.

As you’re reading through them – identify if any of the barriers apply to you. Do some apply when you are listening to certain people. Selective listening We all listen selectively at some time or other.

It is a necessary skill in order to. Which of the following is NOT an effective way to give constructive feedback. a) Limit how much feedback the receiver gets at one time. Selective listening c) Perceptual distractions d) Semantic problems e) Communication barriers.

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Selective listening on an emergency scene is common because there are so many competing inputs (not just spoken words, but sounds also compete for control of your attention).

Understand while you are processing the meaning of one input, another input (containing critical information) may not be comprehended.

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He was lying there watching TV. Effective and meaningful communication is vital to human growth and function. However, the 21st century’s emphasis on speed has often produced quick results at the expense of quality and durability.

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To rectify this habit, a game of selective listening is recommended highly. In this game, a moderator is appointed who chooses a list of words that are similar in theme. Attempting the mirroring technique is an effective way of learning how much skill is required.

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A Sender may strive to deliver a Message clearly. But the Receiver’s ability to listen effectively is equally vital to effective communication.

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