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Beyond Eye Contact: What Are Social Pragmatics?

Social pragmatics are the structure and non-verbal behaviors that occur in a conversation.  Is there eye contact?  Are the individual’s facial expressions varied and appropriate to the situation?  Is the individual the appropriate distance from another person for both of …

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Different Kinds of Attention and Their Effect on You

by Vicki Parker, Ph.D. CCC-SLP  As consultants one of your biggest assets is your time management ability.   One of the components of time management is attention which is our focus today.  The other components of time management are; initiation, memory, …

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