Toward a Description of Language Behavior: II. The Listening Action

@article{Rice1967TowardAD,
  title={Toward a Description of Language Behavior: II. The Listening Action},
  author={F. Rice and S. Ratner},
  journal={The Psychological Record},
  year={1967},
  volume={17},
  pages={493-502}
}
Four listening functions (ways of listening) are identified and their characteristics examined. These functions are identified as: Statement-Recording, Statement-Directing, Statement-Modification, and Stroking. Conditions, such as the setting, the listener’s history of contact with the speaker, and his history of contact with the referent, as they determine the onset, maintenance, and termination of listening, are tentatively described. Variables associated with the speaker, referent, and… Expand
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