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Form of non-listening – Pseudolistening: a. Situation: b. Observed behavior:
The answer is "Pseudo listening is a form of non-listening in which someone only pretends to listen when they really are not. Typical non-listening behavior includes smiling and nodding occasionally, and looking directly at the speaker. [ [ [ Other non-listening techniques include "stage-hogging" in which the listener changes the conversation on purpose so that the conversation is about him
or her." ] ] ]
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For the next two to three days observe how others listen and take a few notes on their listening behaviors. Watch for situations and behaviors that signify non-listening.
Weegy: The answer is "Pseudo listening is a form of non-listening in which someone only pretends to listen when they really are not. Typical non-listening behavior includes smiling and nodding occasionally, and looking directly at the speaker. [ [ Other non-listening techniques include "stage-hogging" in which the listener changes the conversation on purpose so that the conversation is about him or her." ] ] (More)
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Weegy: The main feature of passive non-listening is non-engagement with the speaker, for example by not responding verbally at all to things said or by not responding verbally with content that relates to what the speaker has said. (More)
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– Literal listening:
Weegy: Literal listening involves only paying attention to the literal content of a message without taking into consideration factors such as tone of voice, body language and context that may influence meaning. (More)
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