5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Ways of enhancing or damaging credibility:
- At least nine aspects of the voice convey meaning:
- Sad/ Anxious emotions
- Language is bound by context and culture
- a Cliches
dialects - variations on a language that are shared for a certain region or social class
ex. wash clothes vs wash rags
equivocation - language that disguises the speaker's true intentions through strategic ambiguity.
weasel words - words that intend to mislead the listener by implying something they do not actually say.
illness statements -
- b is the extent to which others perceive us as competent and trustworthy
- c pitch, inflection, volume, speaking rate, filler words....
- d many differences between societies and cultures are reflected in the way they use the language
- e Sadness:
5 Multiple choice questions
- when we interact socially, we constantly negotiate our use of space
how much space we prefer depends on several factors:
- nature of the situation
- how well we know those around us
- Social anxiety:
- is governed by four types of rules
- Eye blinking
- liars often use fake smiles
- many liars use minimal body movement
- -facial expressions or gestures can indicate how someone else should interpret our verbal message
- examples includes wink to indicate a joke or a smile to indicate sincerity
5 True/False questions
three persuasion strategies → Anchor and contrast - make a large request that is rejected followed by a more reasonable request
Norm of reciprocity - to repay favors
ex. if you lend me your car i will buy you dinner.
social validation principle -
Humor → can enhance communication
- putting others at ease
- defuse stress and reinforce intimacy
can be harmful
- demeaning social or cultural groups
- offending or harassing others
you - statements → claim ownership of what you are thinking or feeling
Deception → the knowing and intentional transmission of information to create a false belief in the hearer.
Naming defines and differentiates us → are there sexual differences in jealousy?