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Listening Quizzes & Trivia

Most people can hear what you’re saying, but how many of them are really listening to you? Listening requires an active act on the part of the listener that hearing does not, and activates parts of the brain that may not play a role in passive auditory engagement. While listening may come easily enough to most people who try, some people can actually experience listening disorders, just as others are prevented from hearing by deafness.

If you think you may have an auditory processing disorder that makes you feel like your ears have dyslexia, if you have trouble telling the difference between speech and other sounds, or if you just want to work on being a better listener, take our quiz to find out all there is to know about the business of listening.
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Listening Questions & Answers


How can good listening skills help me in my relationships?
Most people in relationships believe that they are decent listeners. However, the actuality is that nearly all of us are guilty of not listening to the other person, but instead only allowing the other person to speak while waiting for them to finish
What are the guidelines for a useful feedback?
Focus your feedback on a specific situation. stay focus on the present! 2. focus feedback on the amount of information the receiver can use rather than what you might like to give. 3. provide feedback at an appropriate tome or place. 4. curtail(l