listening

  1. the act of hearing attentively
  2. hear with intention
  3. pay close attention to; give heed to

Listening

Listening is often confused with hearing. While hearing is a biological process that can be scientifically explained, listening is a neurological cognitive regarding the processing of auditory stimuli received by the auditory system. Roland Barthes, a linguist, distinguishes between hearing and listening, stating, `Hearing is a physiological phen....
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Listening

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Listen
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listening

hearing noun the act of hearing attentively; `you can learn a lot by just listening`; `they make good music--you should give them a hearing`
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listening

Communication skill that involves hearing and interpreting received verbal information. Skilled listeners can pay attention to what others say and respond appropriately. A good listener will concentrate on what the speaker is saying and show interest by making eye contact, by nodding or shaking the head, and by verbal encouragement. Other listening...
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listening

in the blogosphere is the art of skimming feeds to see what topics are bubbling up, and also setting up searches that monitor when you or your organisation is mentioned.
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listening

[adj] - attending to or alert for sound 2. [n] - the act of hearing attentively
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