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Lisa Russell COM1100 Exam 2
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Nonverbal behavior that has symbolic meaning is known as nonverbal ________.
Your text defines and discusses five aspects of nonverbal codes. Which of these is NOT one of those aspects?
Obscene gestures are a form of the nonverbal behavior known as _____.
If you stick out your hand to hail a cab, which kinesic behavior are you using?
If you raise your hand in class to speak, which kinesic behavior are you using?
Harris returned from a hunting trip where he almost killed a deer. When explaining to his friends how large the deer was, Harris held his hands a certain distance apart. This is an example of which kinesic behavior?
Rate, volume, pitch, and stress refer to the vocal aspects of nonverbal communication known as ________.
The sounds we utter that do not have the structure of language are known as ________.
Preston shows up late for his first day of work. Based on this, his new boss's expectations for appropriate ________ behavior are violated.
Which of the following demonstrates the use of time polychronically?
Norton texts on his phone while watching a movie with friends
________ distance describes the space we use when interacting with friends and acquaintances.
An interaction with a worker at the mall is likely to occur at the ________ distance.
A doctor or a dentist uses ________ touch at work.
In the United States, ________touch is more intimate than professional touch but it is still impersonal.
Kevin is offended when his manager stops by his desk and places his hand on Kevin's arm while he talks with him. Kevin feels constrained by the situation. His manager is demonstrating _____ touch.
Skylar is talking to a few of her friends at a party. During the conversation, she takes turns in the conversation and makes eye contact with the friend she is speaking to directly. Which function of nonverbal behavior is she displaying?
Sloane glared at the bus driver who did not stop for her at the crosswalk. Which function of nonverbal behavior is she displaying?
An organization that forbids employees from having or obtaining tattoos is using ________ to regulate the nonverbal communication of its employees.
When the verbal and nonverbal message express the same meaning, the message is considered ________.
The ________ function of language is used when one invites people to a party.
When giving directions to your home, you ask a friend to stop at the corner market to pick up some beer and soda. In telling your friend to pick up those beverages, you are using the ________ function of language.
Karen told Girard to be at her house at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday for dinner. She is using the ________ function of language.
After you have given directions to your friend, you ask if he understood what you said. In asking, you are using the ________ function of language.
After explaining how to get to the movie theater, Marcus jokingly told Connor "don't drive over the curb like you did during your driving test!" In adding this, Marcus is using the ________ function of language.
Watson wrote a poem for his girlfriend to celebrate their anniversary. Which function of language was he using?
The study of the sounds that compose individual languages and how those sounds communicate meaning is called ________.
"Crash" can mean many things, like ocean waves hitting the shore, a car accident, or cymbals being struck together. This is an example of a ________ type of semantic meaning.
________ is the study of language in use in specific situations to accomplish goals.
Speech act theory is based on the idea that people not only say things, they also _____ things with their words.
All of the following are considered major influences on verbal communication EXCEPT for _____.
When friends talk over one another rather than listening to one another before speaking, they are violating _____.
A conversational rule
The basis for the relativist position on language and perception is known as the ________ hypothesis
The conceptual pairing of maleness with humanity in language is known as ________.
Max: You should have been there. Lyra agreed to go to the formal with me.
Jamie: I heard. I also heard she only agreed to make the guy she actually likes jealous. Jamie's comment is an example of _____.
a. confirming language/communication.
b. disconfirming language/communication.
Max: You should have been there! Lyra agreed to go to the formal with me. Jamie: I heard. That's awesome. This is her chance to get to know you better. Jamie's comment is an example of _____.
Confirming language communication.
When a speaker's palms are up, the listeners are more receptive.
Mindful listening is considered unethical and should be avoided.
Penelope's friend is taking forever to explain what she did the night before. Penelope pulls out her phone to check her mail as her friend rambles on so that the time is not completely wasted. This is an example of which of the following listening styles?
As the text relates, experts estimate that college students spend about half of their time in interpersonal listening and the other half in ____ listening.
In addition to the four basic stages of listening, some communication experts now have expanded the definition to include _____.
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of mindful listening?
Eliminating compassion and empathy
Listening is the process of receiving, constructing meaning from, and responding to spoken and/or nonverbal messages.
Antoinette goes over to her boyfriend's house to celebrate getting a promotion at work. But when her boyfriend opens the door, he immediately launches into how awful his day has been. Which listening barrier may impede their conversation?
Close relationships include rapport, empathy, and authenticity, all of which are built by active listening.
Which of the following listening styles requires the most attuned critical listening skills?
Hearing loss is a type of physiological barrier to listening.
Evaluating is the stage of listening in which the listener interprets messages associated with sounds.
Sensing is the stage of listening that most people refer to as _____.
When one focuses more on the content of the message than on the person delivering it and want to do something with the message, they are reflecting the ________ listening style.
When Jerome and Kylie finished listening to the President's speech, they immediately began discussing the details of the speech, critically analyzing its messages. Jerome and Kylie have which of the following listening styles?
After listening to the first few minutes of the professor's lecture, Carlos decided he wasn't going to learn anything new since he never learning anything from this professor and worked on homework from another class instead. Which poor listening habit does this demonstrate?
Benedict is much more interested in hearing about his friends' adventures over break than talking about what he did. This is an example of which of the following listening styles?
The four stages of listening include hearing, understanding, ________, and responding.
Time-oriented listening styles prefer lengthy speeches.
In the TED TALK by Megan Phelps Roper shows how using social media can be used to practice mindful listening.
Maya Angelou said words are ______. She said they stick to the walls and have a lasting impact on people.
You can tell when someone is lying by the way they look you in the eye.
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