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5 Matching questions

  1. Primacy Effect
  2. Characteristics of communication
  3. interaction constructs
  4. Masculine culture
  5. Uncertainty - accepting culture
  1. a open to novel situations; accepting of people whose ideas and behaviors are different from one's own
  2. b values traditionally masculine characteristics, such as ambition and achievement
  3. c emphasize people's behavior, so we notice that a person is outgoing aggressive shy sarcastic or considerate.
  4. d Communication relies on multiple channels
    Communication passes through perceptual filters
    People give communication meaning
    Communication has literal meanings and relational implications
    Content dimension
    Relational dimension
    Meta-communication
    Communication sends a message, whether intentional or unintentional
  5. e The first impression we have of someone overshadows our later impressions of the person
    First impressions set the tone for all future interaction
    Although powerful, first impressions are not unchangeable

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the process of assigning meaning to information that has been selected for attention and organized.
  2. 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. Action model, interaction model, transaction model
  4. Communication that occurs between two people within the context of their relationship and that, as it evolves, helps them negotiate and define their relationship.

    IPC is pervasive
    IPC can improve our relationships
    IPC can improve our health
  5. How unusual or unexpected the stimulus is
    Frequency of exposure to stimulus
    Intensity of stimulus

5 True/False questions

  1. Ego centrismthe process of attending to a stimulus

          

  2. Transaction modeltreats communication as a multiway process

          

  3. Action modeltreats communication as a one way process

          

  4. factors of interpretationPersonal knowledge
    Knowledge of other communicator
    Closeness of relationship with other communicator

          

  5. Selectionthe process of attending to a stimulus