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5 Matching questions

  1. 5 Effects of Facebook on dating
  2. Aspects of physical attraction
  3. How do we define charisma?
  4. 8 ways of coping with gossip about yourself
  5. Empathy
  1. a Overanalyze
    Track record
  2. b Ignore
    Label as gossip
    Question the motives
    Go to source
    Use support groups--get friend to deny it
    Find more information
    Distract with new info
  3. c Perceived and hard to define
  4. d Literally know how someone feels
  5. e Perceived
    Affects perceptions

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Future tenses
    Negative emotions
  2. don't ask about school, bf, jobs--instead ask "how's life?"
  3. Attractive people date each other because they look alike, predominant dresser effect
  4. Novelty-like to hear new things
    Concrete-want concreteness-easier to wrap head around
    Less competing stimuli-less distractions
    Momentum-once you're involved, you'll pay more attention
    Utility-pay attention to what seems useful
  5. Tell both sides

5 True/False questions

  1. Two types of proximity1. Reward
    2. Punishment
    3. Assigned
    4. Referent
    5. Wisdom
    6. Network
    7. Informational


  2. What are the propositions about communication?You cannot not communicate, meanings are in people (not words or behavior), Communication is irreversible, communication is functional, communication is learned, communication is a tool, communication is both intentional and unintentional, communication is contextual, communication has both content & relationship aspects, communication=relationship


  3. What are the 4 aspects of selective exposure?Involvement-want to show up when involved
    Proximity-show that comes after popular show is exposed
    Utility-expose things that are useful
    Reinforcement-expose yourself to something you like/enjoy


  4. What is the kernel of truth?Suggests that exposure to TV subtly changes viewers' perceptions of reality


  5. Types of attractionDepend on them to get work done


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