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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Limited effects model
  2. Logos
  3. Transactional view of perception
  4. Internal reliability
  5. Selective perception
  1. a to interpret; tendency for people's perceptions to be influenced by wants, needs, attitudes and other psychological factors
  2. b people are general resistant to mass comm messages, making them have very little power
  3. c both perceiver and world are active participants in the act of perception
  4. d do various subparts of a test provide comparable data?
  5. e logic

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. based on observations and testing of our assumptions against "real world" evidence
  2. technique of influencing human action by manipulating representations
  3. overview, provides overriding purpose, methodology, highlights of conclusions, future implications
  4. classic method of dealing with questions of causality; provides answers of cause and effect
  5. selecting/using facts that are biased

5 True/False questions

  1. Ethoscredibility

          

  2. Selective attentionto tune out; tendency for individuals to pay attention to those parts of a message that agree with beliefs and ignore those that don't

          

  3. Approachexperts

          

  4. Selective retentionto interpret; tendency for people's perceptions to be influenced by wants, needs, attitudes and other psychological factors

          

  5. Fallacious thinkingbased on fallacies