Communicology

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Psychology
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Communicology

Communicology

Communication is the process of sharing information and involves many communicative functions, such as so seeking social interactions, requestion objects, sharing ideas, and rejecting an object or interaction.

It requires sending messages in understandable form (encoding) and receiving and understanding messages (decoding). It always involves a sender and a receiver of messages, but it does not always involve oral language.

Communication Disorder

A communicative disorder impairs the ability to transmit or receive ideas, facts, feelings, and desires and may involve language or speech or both, including hearing, listening, reading, or writing.

More on Communication Disorders

Speech is the neuromuscular activity forming and sequencing the sounds of oral language. It is the most common symbol system used in communication between humans.

ExpressiveLanguage

ReceptiveLanguage

Expressive language includes encoding or sending messages.

Includes decoding or understanding messages.

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