5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Can you lie to yourself?
- Use of artifacts
- Body movement
- a Gestures include: emblems, illustrators, affect displays, regulators, adaptors
- b comprises informal words often understood only by others in a particular group
- Can differentiate in - group and out group members
- can also alienate outsiders
- c ...
- d is a common component of politeness
is common when communicating Online
- e are objects and visual features in an environment that reflect who we are and what we like
- how we choose and arrange artifacts in our environments gives others impressions about us
5 Multiple choice questions
- violates expectations
- expression one emotion when you are really feeling another
- Anger: an emotional response to being wronged
- to exaggerate your emotions to appear that you are feeling it more than you really are
- is rude or obscene language
- profanity is context - specific
- can serve to put people at ease
- can also serve to insult or degrade others
5 True/False questions
you - statements → shift responsibility for your thoughts and feelings to the other person
simulation → acting like you are not feeling an emotion when you really are
The nature of language → implications of words
Valence and intensity → emotions vary in valence and intensity
when emotions become extremely intense, they can become debilitating.
At least nine aspects of the voice convey meaning: → pitch, inflection, volume, speaking rate, filler words....