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5 Matching questions

  1. Attributions
  2. Selection
  3. physical constructs
  4. Recency Effect
  5. Interpretation
  1. a the process of attending to a stimulus
  2. b Our most recent impression of someone affects our perception of that person the most
    Recency effect does not necessarily contradict primacy effect. Taken together, they show the importance of the first and the most recent impression.
  3. c emphasize people's appearance, causing us to notice objective characteristics such as person's height, age, ethnicity, or body shape, and subjective characteristics such as person's physical attractiveness.
  4. d the process of assigning meaning to information that has been selected for attention and organized.
  5. e are answers to "why" questions: why did something occur?

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the tendency to attribute a range of behaviors to a single characteristic of a person.
  2. Values traditionally feminine characteristics, such as sensitivity and nurturance
  3. treats communication as a two way process.
  4. Includes all elements of the Interaction Model, and also suggests that:
    Both parties in conversation are simultaneously senders and receivers
    Communication flows in both directions at once
  5. the tendency to attribute one's successes to internal causes and one's failures to external causes.

5 True/False questions

  1. stereotypingA three-part process:
    Identify a group we believe someone belongs
    Recall some generalization about that group
    Apply the generalization to that person


  2. Communication mythsmeans communicating in ways that are effective and appropriate


  3. High power distance culturebelieves in the concentration of power in the hands of certain groups.


  4. Masculine cultureValues traditionally feminine characteristics, such as sensitivity and nurturance


  5. psychological constructsemphasize people;s social or professional position, so we notice that a person is a teacher, an accountant, a father, a community leader, and so on.