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What are the three parts of selection?

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    by Nikki Baker
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    by Albert Calvin
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    Preparation, Practice, and Persistance

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    by Wyteria Chatmon Meadows
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    message

    receiver

    sender

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    by Sharnell Heard
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    by Carla Hubbard
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    Exposure

    Attention

    Retention

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    by Stephanie Long
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    Selection has three main parts: exposure, attention, and retention. Selective exposure is both information we choose to pay attention to and information that we choose to ignore, or that is unavailable to us. Selective attention involves focusing on one stimulus, like the image of an attractive classmate, and tuning out a competing stimulus, like the instructor’s voice. Selective retention involves choosing to remember one stimulus over another.

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    by LeAndrenetta Mackey-Nalls
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    by Naomi Matthews
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    1. selective exposure
    2. selective attention
    3. selective retention
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    by Candace Oakley
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    by Lisa Simmons
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    by B. St. Ann
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    by Andrea Tolbert
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    The three parts of selection is exposure, attention , and retention. Selective exposure  both information we choose to pay attention and information  and information we choose to ignore, or that is unavailable to us. Selective attention involves focusing on one stimulus, like image of attractive classmate and tuning out competing stimulus. Selective retention involves choosing to remember one stimulus over another.

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    by LaTangela Truss
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    Direction, stabilizing, and disruptive

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