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Listening is as important as this in the communication process. A. Receiving B. Remembering C. Eye contact without blinking D. Talking
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User: Listening is as important as this in the communication process. A. Receiving B. Remembering C. Eye contact without blinking D. Talking

Weegy: The answer is D. Talking.
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User: Adults spend about 70 percent of their waking time communicating, of which _______ percent is spent listening. A. 25 B. 45 C. 23 D. 13.3

Weegy: B. 45
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User: This type of listening is usually needed when we need to make a critical decision about something. A. Discriminative listening B. Critical listening C. Emphatic listening D. Pleasurable listening

Weegy: This type of listening is usually needed when we need to make a critical decision about something. The answer is: C. Emphatic listening
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User: This step in listening involves assigning meanings to sounds according to one’s own values, beliefs, and personal history, among others. A. Remembering B. Evaluating C. Responding D. Decoding

Weegy: Answer is D. Decoding
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User: We listen this way when we listen “between the lines” to understand the speaker. A. Critical listening B. Pleasurable listening C. Emphatic listening D. Discriminative listening

Weegy: The type of listening when we listen between the lines? to understand the speaker is called as C. Emphatic listening
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User: Interpreting during the listening process is the same as: A. encoding. B. receiving. C. decoding. D. responding.

Weegy: Interpreting during the listening process is the same as C) decoding.
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User: When we are bombarded with messages from various sources, this creates a situational obstacle called: A. environmental distractions. B. feedback. C. complex messages. D. message overload.

Weegy: D. message overload. Barriers to successful communication include message overload (when a person receives too many messages at the same time), and message complexity.
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User: A type of selective listening that tunes out communication that is different from our views or does not interest us is selective: A. perception. B. focusing. C. screening. D. responding.

Weegy: C. screening.
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User: This type of ineffective listening happens when one appears to be listening but whose mind is somewhere else. A. Selective listening B. Monopolizing C. Interrupting D. Pseudolistening

Weegy: The answer is D. Pseudolistening. Pseudolistening is acting like you're listening to what someone is saying when really you are not paying any attention at all. [ We've all done it before, when we don't really care about what someone is saying, but pretend to listen anyways. Julia Wood says that we pseudolisten because we don't want to hurt a friend's feelings when they are telling us something that they really care about. We also do it when we are bored with the conversation, or have to appear to be polite. Psuedolistening can occur in the classroom, especially in smaller classes where the instructor can make eye contact with each student. ]
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User: If your listening preference is to “cut to the chase” by getting to the point quickly, then you are a(n) __________ listener. A. time-oriented B. action-oriented C. content-oriented D. people-oriented

Weegy: C. content-oriented
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User: Are you open to hearing speakers discuss emotional topics? This would make you a(n) __________ listener. A. time-oriented B. action-oriented C. content-oriented D. people-oriented

Weegy: The answer is C. content-oriented
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