Social Skills

Aggressive Communication: Features and Examples

The aggressive communication defines a way of communicating that usually involves manipulation and the use of language for personal gain. In fact, it is a form of expression of violence, which is manifested through both the verbal language and the para-verbal language of the person. Adopting this type of communication usually produces a unidirectional information exchange. That is, the subject …

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17 Games, Activities and Dynamics for Older People

Today I come with a list of 17 games for older people , playful and dynamic activities to improve memory, attention, language, self-esteem and motor skills of the elderly. In the late 1990s, the World Health Organization defines active aging as the process of maximizing opportunities for physical, psychological and social well-being throughout life. And he emphasizes that …

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Alternative and Increasing Communication Systems (SAAC)

The augmentative and alternative communication systems (hereinafter SAAC) are those devices or systems that help and allow people with communication difficulties to interact and perform effective interaction. Through SAAC, people with difficulties are able to manifest what they think, feel, want, are able to make decisions and interact effectively with the environment in which they …

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The 3 Main Styles of Communication (with Examples)

Main Styles of Communication are passive, assertive and aggressive, being accepted that the assertive is the most appropriate to establish personal relationships and communicate. Communication is a capacity, in addition to a need, proper to the human being whose abilities develops and improves throughout our existence. With it, we transfer information related to our emotions, …

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What is aggressiveness?

  or without provocation. Human aggression can be classified as direct and indirect aggression, while the former is characterized by physical or verbal behavior intended to cause harm to someone. The latter is characterized by behavior designed to damage the social relations of an individual or group. Almost all animal species carry out aggressive behaviors, …

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