The Psychology Communication

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The Definition

We should to know the definition of communication psychology along with psychological theory of communication. Why do we have to ask? According to a famous philosopher named "Aristotle", that in fact of asking is because the process of thinking, certainly we have asked could to knowing the answer.

Therefore, Aristotle states that asking is a process of thinking. Hence, we initiate an attention to a phenomena, in this case the psychological phenomenon of communication, it would be nice if we start with a question. "Have you been in a long of your life that you do not ever communicate in a single day? This question you should ask to yourself first in, ponders, Think and answer!

The Meaning of Communications

The expansion of the meaning of Communications Questions will surely provoke various versions of our response; various versions also answer other people, either on their own or answer their response to our answer. If you answer that you do not communicate if only for an instant it seemed to apprehend the meaning of your communication must be extended first.

Some of you will answer that you do not communicate during sleep, or you do not communicate when brood, you do not communicate when its own, you do not communicate when to pray or worship. The answers are not wrong because you have not expanded the meaning of communication.

Communication Perspectives

In addition, communication expert opinion was also shackled on one's perspective, the perspective of others (socials). As revealed by some of these experts are included in a book of Burgon & Huffner (2002);

    a) Hovland, Janis and Kelly state that communication is the process by the individual (the communicator) transmits stimuli (usually verbal) to modify the behavior of other individuals (the audience). Based on their statements, it can be concluded that communication is the process of a person (communicator) delivered the stimulus / stimuli (usually in the form of verbal) to modify the behavior of others (audiences/communicator). Thus, the communication process requires stimuli to be delivered and need others as recipients of the stimuli. In this interpretation leads to a form of communication over verbal language or use of the symbols.
    b) Whereas, Ross states that communication is a transactional process involving cognitive sorting, selecting, and sharing of symbols in such a way as to help another from their own experiences elicit a meaning or responses similar to that intended by the source. Referring to his opinion, communication is a transactional process between one person and another person which includes a sequence of cognitive processes, selection and delivery of information symbols based on their own experience as a meaning or the same response to the meaning of the source. Thus, this concept is more directed to processes in humans (communicator) is more on the cognitive and the other people who equate the experience of the source (communicator). This equalization process which have been discussed in degree of homophiles book.
    c) Or other opinion of Beamer & Varner (2008) in Communication Studies Journal that communication is a process of delivering opinions, thoughts and feelings to other people who are affected by the ability of social or cultural environment. It is clear that the social environment affects the person's communication process. The third opinion purport to direct all communication as a process that requires someone else (socials).

The Form of Communications

Therefore, Burgon & Huffner (2002) in their book "Human Communication" explains that communication is a form of thought process of selection of information (cognitive), judging or perceiving the experience (affective) and the act back to the information submitted (psychomotor). This communication process can be done in a man's self, others and the collection of human social processes (mass). Referring to the opinion of them that is categorize in the three types of communication, and here following they are:

    a. Intrapersonal communication
    Communication that occurs within yourself then conducted follow-back is in the internal self. Example; the communication that occurs when we reflect, dialogue with oneself (either consciously or unconsciously, for example, when we are sleeping).
    b. Interpersonal communication
    Communications made by other people that require follow-back and evaluation of others. Example, communication with boyfriend, friends, professors, parents and others.
    c. Mass communication
    Communications made in a collection of human social processes that take place in it, either through the media or directly and this is the one way of communication. Example, the communication is happening on television, web sites, blogs, advertising and of course we are interactions on Wikinut smart site program right now is a part of, then so on.

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5th Dec 2014 (#)

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6th Dec 2014 (#)

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8th Dec 2014 (#)

Interesting post. Without communication we simply could not co-exist. Good job!

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