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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Inhibition
  2. Norm of reciprocity
  3. envy
  4. Intensification
  5. libel and slander
  1. a the desire for something another person has
  2. b are defamatory statements made about others
  3. c acting like you are not feeling an emotion when you really are
  4. d to repay favors
    ex. if you lend me your car I will buy you dinner
  5. e to exaggerate your emotions to appear that you are feeling it more than you really are

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. words that intend to mislead the listener by implying something they do not actually say.
    ex. .....
  2. the positivity or negativity of an emotion
  3. the way we use time sends others:
    - messages of value
    -messages of power
  4. shift responsibility for your thoughts and feelings to the other person
  5. is the process of convincing people to think or act in a certain way

5 True/False questions

  1. influences on emotional experiencesare there sexual differences in jealousy?

          

  2. The meaning of words is mostly arbitraryall meaning behind words is assigned by the users of the language
    language can be arbitrary because it is symbolic
    one exception is onomatopoeia: buzz, click, meow, boom, snap

          

  3. Vocal behaviorTouch conveys at least five forms of meaning:
    - affection
    -caregiving
    -power and control
    -aggression
    -Ritualistic

          

  4. love and passion:the emotion of caring for, feeling attached to, and feeling committed to someone

          

  5. emotiona gesture with a direct verbal translation ( Hi and waving)