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"Feedback" in communication implies that:
  • A
    the flight crew do not need to talk all the time because the feedback is automatic.
  • B
    storing of messages in short time memory is available for later release.
  • C
    readback of a message is rarely necessary except in the case of specific ATC procedures.
  • D
    a message is measured and corrected against the original meaning.
Providing feedback is a sign of active listening. In an interactive communication process, the receiver can send feedback to the sender to indicate that the message has been received and how it has been interpreted. This can start an interactive back-and-forth exchange that can assure the sender that the message has been received and understood correctly.

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