5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Definition of the Situation
- Symmetrical Pattern
- a Everyone in a situation has their own definition of what's going on.
- b A pattern consisting of acts that are similar.
- c The adult who doesn't want anything to do with relationships. They only trust themselves.
- d The adult who desires intimacy but is ok without it. They have a positive view of themselves and of others.
- e The part of the self presented to others for their approval.
5 Multiple choice questions
- The mean parent who punishes and humiliates the child for having negative emotions.
- It asserts that people develop their attitudes by observing their behavior and concluding what attitudes must have caused them.
- The person who is neurotic and anxious and always needs to have a girlfriend. They get nervous at any sign of a break-up.
- The smallest unit to carry relational meaning, it is two acts in sequence.
- When speakers present themselves in contradictory ways.
5 True/False questions
Position → A social label that tells people who we are, what our duties and rights are, and where we stand in comparison to others.
Communication Theory of Identity → Everyone in a situation has their own definition of what's going on.
Repertoires → A number of different roles you play (Student, Son, Friend, Teammate, Employee, etc.)
Retention → The child organizes information - building models of which behaviors lead to good and bad things. They symbolically rehearse the role.
Role Identity model → When we can't separate ourselves from a role.