Research Paper On Eye Contact
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Active Development of Listening Skills
A 6 page paper reviewing active listening skills and then putting them into practice. The skills discussed in this paper include maintaining eye contact with the speaker; avoiding distractions; treating listening as a challenging mental task; formulating mental questions; and using "the gap between the rate of speech and your rate of thought." The list of skills were put into practice after completing an online self-evaluation, to reveal to the listener that she had not been a good listener at all in the past. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Management in the Classroom
5 pages. This paper describes how teachers can use various ways to keep their student's attention and keep the classroom under control. Several methods are discussed such as eye contact, facial expressions, and a myriad of unique ways to interest students. While some teachers must endure behavior problems among their students there are ways to counteract this problem that will enable teachers to have more control in the classroom. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Effects of Music and Alcohol on Female Behavior in Nightclubs
A 10 page investigation into nightclub behavior. Focusing on fourteen women this researcher finds a definite correlation between live music, alcohol consumption, and increased/more focused eye contact with a partner. Numerous questions present themselves in these findings, however, when the ultimate outcome is compared to the women's stated intent in visiting a nightclub. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Effective Public Speaking Traits
A 10 page research paper that gives an overview of what constitutes good public speaking. The writer covers such areas as content, delivery, enthusiasm, and also how the management of eye contact with the audience can subliminally convey impressions about the speaker according to communication theory. Bibliography lists 8 sources.