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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Selection
  2. Transaction model
  3. physical constructs
  4. role constructs
  5. Several influences affect the accuracy of interpersonal perceptions:
  1. a Physiological states and traits
    Culture and co-culture
    Social roles
  2. b the process of attending to a stimulus
  3. c emphasize people;s social or professional position, so we notice that a person is a teacher, an accountant, a father, a community leader, and so on.
  4. d treats communication as a multiway process
  5. e emphasize people's appearance, causing us to notice objective characteristics such as person's height, age, ethnicity, or body shape, and subjective characteristics such as person's physical attractiveness.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Values traditionally feminine characteristics, such as sensitivity and nurturance
  2. believes in the concentration of power in the hands of certain groups.
  3. Communication relies on multiple channels
    Communication passes through perceptual filters
    People give communication meaning
    Communication has literal meanings and relational implications
    Content dimension
    Relational dimension
    Meta-communication
    Communication sends a message, whether intentional or unintentional
  4. Our most recent impression of someone affects our perception of that person the most
    Recency effect does not necessarily contradict primacy effect. Taken together, they show the importance of the first and the most recent impression.
  5. Believes in the basic equality of all people; does not allow any group to acquire too much power

5 True/False questions

  1. Uncertainty - accepting cultureopen to novel situations; accepting of people whose ideas and behaviors are different from one's own

          

  2. Positivity biasis the tendency to view information in an overly idealistic way

          

  3. Attributionsthe tendency to attribute a range of behaviors to a single characteristic of a person.

          

  4. Primacy EffectOur most recent impression of someone affects our perception of that person the most
    Recency effect does not necessarily contradict primacy effect. Taken together, they show the importance of the first and the most recent impression.

          

  5. The process of perception occurs in three stages.Self-serving bias
    Fundamental attribution error
    Over attribution

          

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