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Psychological Models of Communication in Collaborative Systems

Psychological Models of Communication in Collaborative Systems

Papers from the 1999 Aaai Symposium

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Published by Amer Assn for Artificial .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Psychology

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsAlain Giboin (Contributor), David Traum (Contributor), Susan E. Brennan (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12241247M
    ISBN 101577351053
    ISBN 109781577351054

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Effective clinical practice must not focus only on technological system issues, but also on the human factor. As shown in this chapter,good communication encourages collaboration and helps prevent errors.

It is important for health care organizations to assess possible setups for poor communication and be diligent about offering programs and outlets to help foster team by:   Like other collaborative care models described,15 the program staff found various ways to communicate with each other including the use of email, phone calls, EHR system messaging, and brief in-person meetings.

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The work involves the. What Is Collaborative Communication. In simpler terms, collaborative communication is the process of communication in which every individual matters and all their needs matter equally.

The main intention and idea behind it is connection takes place when employees feel that they are heard, seen, and valued. Grounding in communication (or common ground) is a concept proposed by Herbert H. Clark and Susan E. Brennan. It comprises the collection of "mutual knowledge, mutual beliefs, and mutual assumptions" that is essential for communication between two people.

Successful grounding in communication requires parties "to coordinate both the content and process". ABSTRACT Communication is a transaction in which man invents and assigns meanings to achieve its objectives. In this context, psychological theories of communication emphasize different components of human communication, including attitudes, intentions and conditions required for effective communication.

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