5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Sad/ Anxious emotions
- emotional intelligence:
- Nonverbal communication is meta-communicative
- Language varies in clarity
- a -facial expressions or gestures can indicate how someone else should interpret our verbal message
- examples includes wink to indicate a joke or a smile to indicate sincerity
- b the ability to perceive and understand emotions, use emotions to facilitate thought, and manage emotions constructively.
- c -ambiguous language can be interpreted to have more than one meaning.
-use of ambiguous language can be intentional or unintentional
-some words can be more concrete than others
- d variations on a language that are shared for a certain region or social class
ex. wash clothes vs wash rags
- e Social anxiety:
5 Multiple choice questions
- are there sexual differences in jealousy?
- Nonverbal and verbal behaviors often conflict with each other
We usually believe believe the nonverbal cues because we believe they are harder to control
- words that intend to mislead the listener by implying something they do not actually say.
- acting like you are feeling an emotion
- all meaning behind words is assigned by the users of the language
language can be arbitrary because it is symbolic
one exception is onomatopoeia: buzz, click, meow, boom, snap
5 True/False questions
Language is symbolic → words represent objects or ideas but do not constitute them.
the meaning of words and symbols evolves over time
Touch behavior → Touch conveys at least five forms of meaning:
-power and control
emotion → is a common component of politeness
is common when communicating Online
profanity → the body's multi-dimensional response to any event that enhances or inhibits one's goals
- is different from mood
Liking: → expression one emotion when you are really feeling another