The Influence of Psychological Factors on Teaching Communication | Cristina TIMPAU & Olivia PISICA
Abstract: Being an extremely complex process, didactic communication is more determined and accordingly encouraged or rather restricted by a variety of factors whose incidence is different which means that some very significant impact while others have an almost negligible share, not induce adverse effects and does not require special measures for improvement.
The investigation followed the impact of psychological factors on teaching communication, among which were mentioned: the nature of transmitted knowledge representation and organization of knowledge, fostering communication and motivation for learning the proper use of various nonverbal channels (remote communication, gestural communication, communication through touch) and some pedagogical factors such as feed-back typology, styles, methods of training, presentation training.
Keywords: procedural knowledge, motivation, nonverbal communication, feedback, educational style, training methods, educational relations, organization of knowledge.
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