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Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
Introduction to Interpersonal Communications 2014
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  • http://www.youtube.com/v/jpEnFwiqdx8
  • Richard Suzman of the National Institute on Aging, which funded this research, said he was "surprised by the magnitude of the relationship between loneliness and hypertension in this well-controlled, cross-sectional study."
     
    Nothing worse
     
    The researchers separated loneliness out from depression, age, race, gender, weight, alcohol consumption, smoking, blood pressure medications, hostility, stress, social support and other factors.
     
    Also, loneliness does eat at you. The morbid health effect of loneliness accumulates gradually and faster as you get older, the study found. Loneliness was worse for blood pressure than any other psychological or social factor the researchers studied.
     
    Weight loss and physical exercise reduce blood pressure by the same amount that loneliness increases it. Hawkley said this finding especially surprised her.
     
    "It's comparable to the effects you see for the health benefits that are so often advocated such as exercise [to] keep your blood pressure under control," Hawkley told LiveScience.
     
    Who is lonely
     
    About one in five Americans is lonely, a gnawing emotional state that is a patchwork of feeling unhappy, stressed out, friendless and hostile.
     
    The main psychological difference between lonely and non-lonely people is that the former perceive stressful circumstances as threatening rather than challenging and cope passively and withdraw from stress rather than trying to solve the problem, said study co-author John T. Cacioppo.
     
    Lonely people who are middle-aged and older tend to also have problems with alcoholism, depression, weak immune system responses to illness, impaired sleep and suicide.
     
    Some psychologists think that associations between loneliness and health or physiology are just part of a generic stress response, but this new research suggests loneliness has a unique impact.
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfdyz3fjIC4
  • We can imaginesome group of Homo erectus sitting around their fire after a hardday of hunting and gathering. Someone announces, “Lake cold.”Another replies, “Fishing good.” 
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=amuBrjVBuv4
    How to Win Friends and influence People
     
     "You have it easily in your power to increase the sum total of this world’s happiness now. How? By giving a few words of sincere appreciation to someone who is lonely or discouraged. Perhaps you will forget tomorrow the kind words you say today, but the recipient may cherish them over a lifetime.
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    • 1. WWeellccoommee ttoo IInntteerrppeerrssoonnaall CCoommmmuunniiccaattiioonnss LG2KEO
    • 2. Non VVeerrbbaall SSoocciiaall AArrttiiffaaccttss CCllaassssrroooomm SSeeaatt AAnnaallyyzzeerr Click image below – where would you sit in a classroom?
    • 3. A little about me…… and a word about self-disclosure
    • 4. A little about myself… six kids six grand kids
    • 5. Retired PPrreessiiddeenntt && CCEEOO ooff CChhooiiccee TTeecchhnnoollooggiieess
    • 6. RRaayy BBrraannnnoonn,, PPhh..DD.. ((AABBDD)) wwwwww..iinnssppeeccttyyoouurrggaaddggeettss..ccoomm
    • 7. A long time ago in a distant galaxy ……I began to program with IBM cards on very big computers that didn’t have the power of your cell phone.
    • 8. Introduce yourself: Two truths and a lie.
    • 9. AA lloott hhaass cchhaannggeedd!! OOuurr nneeeedd ttoo ccoonnnneecctt wwiitthh ootthheerrss mmaayy ddeetteerrmmiinnee yyoouurr ffuuttuurree..
    • 10. Our need to connect with others…… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1NJ9Vv-Y6Q
    • 11. Education may fail us at times…but you are the master of your destiny. http://www.ted.com/talks/ken_robinson_changing_education_paradigms.html
    • 12. SSoocciiaall MMeeddiiaa iiss RRaaddiiccaallllyy AAlltteerriinngg tthhee WWaayy WWee CCoommmmuunniiccaattee wwiitthh OOtthheerrss
    • 13. WWhhyy bbootthheerr?? YYoouurr eemmoottiioonnaall aanndd pphhyyssiiccaall hheeaalltthh iiss aatt ssttaakkee..
    • 14. IIttss nnoott jjuusstt ttaallkk…….... We are communicating constantly through non verbal cues….we create social artifacts in real life and on line that send messages whether we intended it or not.
    • 15. AArree yyoouu bbeeyyoonndd iimmpprroovveemmeenntt?? BBeeccoommee aa mmoorree eeffffeeccttiivvee ccoommmmuunniiccaattoorr.. DDoonn’’tt bbee PPooppeeyyee!!
    • 16. Noise can compete with our aabbiilliittyy ttoo ccoommmmuunniiccaattee PPhhyyssiioollooggiiccaall PPssyycchhoollooggiiccaall aanndd SSeemmaannttiicc
    • 17. TThheerree AArree NNoo JJookkeess!! ““II wwaass jjuusstt jjookkiinngg”” Freud describes jokes as letting in forbidden thoughts and feelings which society suppresses into the conscious mind.
    • 18. SSoocciiaall LLeeaarrnniinngg TThheeoorryy WWee mmooddeell tthhee bbeehhaavviioorr ooff ootthheerrss.. Communication TThheeoorreettiiccaall PPeerrssppeeccttiivveess
    • 19. Transactional CCoommmmuunniiccaattiioonn SSyysstteemmss TThheeoorryy A change in one element affects all of the other elements. No single cause explains why you interpret messages the way you do.
    • 20. The Communication BBuutttteerrffllyy EEffffeecctt Small changes can have profound consequences.
    • 21. Communication ooppeerraatteess aass aann eennttiittyy.. Visual, tactile, olfactory (aroma), intonational Only 20% is communicated by words- Whoa!! It is irreversible - you cannot hit undo. Crap!
    • 22. NNoonnvveerrbbaall SSoocciiaall AArrttiiffaaccttss:: YYoouurr FFaacceebbooookk iimmaaggeess ccaann ““ssaayy”” aa lloott aabboouutt yyoouu..
    • 23. The Children ooff CCyybbeerrssppaaccee:: OOlldd FFooggiieess bbyy TThheeiirr 2200ss CClliicckk oonn lliinnkk bbeellooww aanndd rreellaattee yyoouu ppeerrssoonnaall iimmpprreessssiioonnss ttoo mmee bbyy eemmaaiill. http://www.nytimes.com/2010/01/10/weekinreview/10stone.html
    • 24. GGeenneerraattiioonn ddiiffffeerreenncceess??
    • 25. CCoommmmuunniiccaattiioonn aass aann eevvoolluuttiioonnaarryy aaddvvaannttaaggee BBeetttteerr iinntteerrppeerrssoonnaall ccoommmmuunniiccaattiioonn == bbeetttteerr jjoobbss ++ bbeetttteerr rreellaattiioonnsshhiippss ++ bbeetttteerr hheeaalltthh..
    • 26. Many human interpersonal pprroobblleemmss aarree rrooootteedd iinn ccoommmmuunniiccaattiioonn..
    • 27. BBuutt nnoott aallll…… I don’t like you. I have an opinion different than you. Your message is understood…but I reject it. Conflict of ethics. We don’t always have to tell people what they want to hear. That is manipulation.
    • 28. CCoommmmuunniiccaattiioonn iiss aa pprroocceessss It is learned and culturally dependent Sender to receiver - on average we interrupt others every 12 seconds – learn to listen.
    • 29. ““ II ddiiddnn’’tt mmeeaann wwhhaatt yyoouu tthhoouugghhtt II ssaaiidd”” ““BBlliinndd ssppoottss”” aarree tthhee ssoouurrccee ooff mmaannyy ccoommmmuunniiccaattiioonn pprroobblleemmss..
    • 30. Why text messages can go horribly wrong and hurt relationships. Emphasis and tonal qualities can change the message: ““II ddiiddnn‘‘tt ssaayy sshhee ssttoollee mmyy mmoonneeyy..”” I didn't say she stole my money - someone else said it I didn't say she stole my money - I didn't say it I didn't say she stole my money - I only implied it I didn't say she stole my money - I said someone did, not necessarily her I didn't say she stole my money - I considered it borrowed, even though she didn't ask I didn't say she stole my money - only that she stole money I didn't say she stole my money - she stole stuff which cost me money to replace

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