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3: Intrapersonal Communication
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- 3.1: Who Are You?
- In the first part of this chapter, we mentioned Manford Kuhn’s “Who Am I?” exercise for understanding ourselves. A lot of the items generally listed by individuals completing this exercise can fall into the areas of self-concept and self-esteem. In this section, we’re going to examine both of these concepts.
- 3.2: Personality and Perception in Intrapersonal Communication
- After the previous discussions of self-concept, self-image, and self-esteem, it should be obvious that the statements and judgments of others and your view of yourself can affect your communication with others. Additional factors, such as your personality and perception, affect communication as well. Let us next examine these factors and the influence each has on communication.
- 3.3: Communication and Relational Dispositions
- 3.4: Chapter Wrap-Up