Study of Communication in Interpersonal Relationships
Units: 1.5, Hours: 3-0
The study of verbal and nonverbal behaviours that lead to more effective interpersonal relationships. Includes the examination of self-concept, perceptions, emotions, language and behaviour that influence the climate in interpersonal relationships. Assertive communication and resolving interpersonal conflict will also be studied. This course will be of interest to persons interested in learning about increasing communication competence in family, social relationships, teaching, business, counselling and mental health.
Note: Students should take 316 before 417.
Undergraduate course in Educational Psychology and Leadership Studies offered by the Faculty of Education.