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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Task attraction
  2. 5 Factors that influence forgiveness
  3. Correlates of physical attraction
  4. How to reduce stereotypes
  5. Aspects of physical attraction
  1. a Offense
    Personality
    Morals
    Rumination
    Relationship
  2. b Note how people differ
    Note inadequacies of generalization
    Find similarities to you
    Increase contact
    Increase familiarity
  3. c Matching hypothesis
    Compensation
    Esteem
    Age Bias
    Learning
  4. d Depend on them to get work done
  5. e Perceived
    Normative
    Affects perceptions

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 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
  2. Competence
    Composure
    Trustworthiness
    Extroversion
    Sociability
    Physical attraction
    Perceived sensitivity
  3. Explicit acknowledgment
    Nonverbal assurance
    Compensation
    Explanation
    Humor
  4. Proximity, Appearance, Utility, Loneliness
  5. Suggests that exposure to TV subtly changes viewers' perceptions of reality

5 True/False questions

  1. How do we ensure message quality?Organization, redundancy, schemas, ask questions

          

  2. Kinds of similarityBackground similarity
    Attitude similarity
    Optimal similarity

          

  3. Sandwich modelGive people good news, then bad news, then good news

          

  4. Bogiesaspect of change: terms everyone must worship

          

  5. Matching hypothesisGive people good news, then bad news, then good news

          

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