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Please describe to the class something you did this week that illustrates one (or more) of these four principles. Was your communication accurately perceived by others? Did any "mixed messages"
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User: Was your communication accurately perceived by others?

User: Did any "mixed messages" occur?

User: Please describe to the class something you did this week that illustrates one (or more) of these four principles. Was your communication accurately perceived by others? Did any "mixed messages" occur?

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