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  • Named after its originators Joe Luft and Harry Ingram, this model is depicted as a window with four panes:

    • Public area: known to self and others
    • Blind spot: unknown to self, known to others
    • Hidden area: known to self, unknown to others
    • Unknown: unknown to self and others

    Communication involves information: We know about ourselves; we do not know about ourselves; others know about us; and others do not know about us. Information is not static but moves from one quadrant to another by means of awareness, insight, self-disclosure, and feedback. For more information, see Luft (1984).

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