The Human Interaction Laboratory Data session will meet on Thursday, March 28th 2019 in unit 2580, 200 Boston Ave. Medford, MA 02155.
If you don’t know what a data session is, you can read Saul’s description of learning about Conversation Analytic data sessions, or have a look at this new resource from Arizona State University that discusses language and social interaction data analysis sessions from a variety of methodological/disciplinary perspectives: https://www.learninghowtolookandlisten.com.
See our full list of data sessions on our events page.
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Data: Our next data session will be lead by Dr. Chris Pudlinski. The data is from a collection of peer support warm lines calls. The current research interest is moments of extended silence within these calls. There are four different environments in which multiple longer silences occur: difficult/emotional topics; caller reluctance to share “bad” news; call taker as “active” listener; and call taker as “inattentive” listener. The audio data is of “inattentive” listening. This is the most problematic of these environments, one in which extended conspicuous lapses occur where call taker response is clearly expected.
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