Perception Interpersonal Communication

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Your post was informative. Our reception and perception in interpersonal communication is very important. Reception from my understanding deals with information received through our sense, such as, taste, touch, smell, sight, and hearing. This process involves our brains to sort, organize, filter and compare our sense. This will eliminate irrelevant information and allow the relevant information to flow through. Research has shown that the brain takes fractions of a second in determining what is relevant and what is not. Our reception in interpersonal communication depends on our cognitive skills and the ability to efficiently gather visual inputs.
On the other hand our perception is part of the next stage of learning which involves taking

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