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a relationship of mutual understanding or trust and agreement between people

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In both experiments, participants who did not build rapport said they felt less comfortable when they closed their eyes compared to when they kept their eyes open.
When the bank detects suspicious activity on an account that is not protected by Rapport, it requests the customer run an investigation program.
Rapport also discusses England and Russia to explain how the ideas of this period affected these states and why they avoided open revolt.
Traditionally, customer service representatives built rapport by looking for such common interests as hobbies, geographic location or family interests.
A scene from the GreenThumb advert, produced by Rapport Creative
L'analyse des rapports aux territoires se revele complexe parce que les liens entre les territoires s'entremelent et parce qu'ils ne sont pas etanches les uns par rapport aux autres.
This approach allowed the consultant to establish a closer rapport with Zaidi.
The therapist must develop a warm, friendly relationship with the child, in which good rapport is established as soon as possible.
Active listening skills are specific communication techniques designed to demonstrate understanding, encourage the subject to talk and verbally vent emotions, and build rapport between the individual and the negotiator.
The first step in making good training great is to build excellent rapport.
Specifically, modeling research strategies in assignments that tap into the strong feelings and values of college students provide the opportunity for building rapport and the context for more comfortable and animated student research.
Patients who achieve better rapport with their counselors are likely to have a better outcome with drug abuse treatment than those who do not, reported George W.
Some researchers argue that Fisher and Geiselman's memory-retrieval strategies achieve no more than any other procedures that est ablish rapport with a person and create a comfortable atmosphere for communication-no mean feat under the best of circumstances, much less at a crime scene or during a police investigation.
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