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Feedback refers to a nonjudgmental conversation that points out both positive and negative aspects of performance or positive and negative reactions to a person's behavior for the purpose of the individual's growth and understanding.

This concept should not to confused with criticism

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Feedback is defined as information returned to a person about the effects a response has had. It is a communication pattern in which information about the consequences of an event is reintroduced into the system; a valuative information about one’s behavior. In Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Feedback means roviding employees with specific information about how well they are performing a task or series of tasks. Feedback is a non-judgmental conversation that points out both positive and negative aspects of performance or positive and negative reactions to a person’s behavior for the purpose of the individual’s growth and understanding, in contrast with Criticism Feedback is also known as "knowledge of results".

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