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5 Matching Questions

  1. physical constructs
  2. High power distance culture
  3. Positivity and negativity
  4. Masculine culture
  5. organization
  1. a These biases influence our communication and satisfaction in long-term relationships
  2. b believes in the concentration of power in the hands of certain groups.
  3. c the process of categorizing information that has been selected for attention.
  4. d values traditionally masculine characteristics, such as ambition and achievement
  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. Everyone is an expert at communication
    Communication will solve any problem
    Communication is inherently good
    More communication is always better
  2. believes verbal communication should be straightforward and direct.
    "say what you mean and mean what you say"
  3. How unusual or unexpected the stimulus is
    Frequency of exposure to stimulus
    Intensity of stimulus
  4. Be mindful of your perceptions
    -Know yourself and your biases
    - Focus on other people's characteristics
    -Consider the context of the communication

    Check your perceptions
    - Separate interpretations from facts
    -Generate alternative perceptions
    -Engage in perception-checking
    -Revise your perceptions as needed
  5. the tendency to attribute one's successes to internal causes and one's failures to external causes.

5 True/False Questions

  1. over attributionare answers to "why" questions: why did something occur?


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


  3. Selectionthe ongoing process of making meaning from what we experience in our environment


  4. Perceptionthe ongoing process of making meaning from what we experience in our environment


  5. Ego centrismreflect groups of people within your society with whom you identify.
    ex. fraternity, clubs focused on hobbies....


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