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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Rumination
  2. Matching hypothesis
  3. What is the cultivation theory?
  4. What are the 5 aspects of selective attention?
  5. What are the aspects of selective perception?
  1. a More you dwell, less likely to forgive
  2. b Attractive people date each other because they look alike, predominant dresser effect
  3. c Understand biases-self-interests shape what we see/hear
    Reduce ambiguity-huge misunderstandings can happen b/c of ambiguity
    Use redundancy-more examples make things easier to grasp
    Focus on listener's needs-control, inclusion, affection, efficacy (have to believe what you're doing matters)
    Focus on listener's schemas-understand the way they organize things so there is no misunderstanding
  4. d 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. e Suggests that exposure to TV subtly changes viewers' perceptions of reality

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Negative
    Measure of integration
    Gender differences-women talk about relationships, men about work
  2. 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. Never embarrass yourself
    Be aware of secret tests
  4. Channels
    Deceptional control
    Relational maintenance
    Friend consequences
  5. Managing an impression, reducing uncertainty by making predictions

5 True/False questions

  1. SidednessTell both sides


  2. Drawing conclusionsAt the end of conversation, be blatant and honest about what needs to happen


  3. Different norm violationsSpecial case, special advantage, unusual motivation, situation


  4. Coping with gossip about othersExplicit acknowledgment
    Nonverbal assurance


  5. EmpathyLiterally know how someone feels


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