5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Hostile emotions
- a violates expectations
- b leads you to feel that you are better than someone else- the most harmful emotion in an interpersonal relationship
- c language that disguises the speaker's true intentions through strategic ambiguity.
- d are vague, mild expressions symbolizing something more harsh or blunt
- can provide a way to talk about sensitive topics
- can desensitize people to important issues
- e Anger: an emotional response to being wronged
5 Multiple choice questions
- the positivity or negativity of an emotion
- words that invoke strong positive or negative connotations.
- when we interact socially, we constantly negotiate our use of space
how much space we prefer depends on several factors:
- nature of the situation
- how well we know those around us
- 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
- is a form of profanity meant to degrade or intimidate people based on their sex, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, disability status, or political or moral views.
5 True/False questions
Sapir - Whorf Hypothesis: → distinct emotional experiences not consisting of combinations of other emotions
simulation → acting like you are feeling an emotion
libel and slander → are defamatory statements made about others
Nonverbal communication is our primary means of expressing emotion → -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
Language is symbolic → words represent objects or ideas but do not constitute them.
the meaning of words and symbols evolves over time