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Arts and Humanities
Test 1 Interpersonal Communication
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When a message conforms to social, relational, and ethical expectations, it is said to be ........
........... is the appreciation or esteem one personal has for another.
all of these , 1 remember the richness. 2Do a cost-benefit analysis, 3keep abreast of rapidly evolving social media technologies.
Which of the following can help you decide if you should use social media technology to communicate
LeBron is talking with Antwon about last night's political debate. LeBron's ability to understand Antwon is likely influenced
Selecting the word rain when you are talking about precipitation represents a process called ....
when the receiver's interpretation of the message is similar to what the speaker thought, felt, and intended, it is said that the two experienced ......
Jon often uses profanities when he is out with his friends, but he is always polite when he visits his grandmother. This example illustrates which principle of interpersonal communication
Interpersonal communication is situated
At dinner you get your father's advice on whether you should take sociology or political science to meet a requirement. The next day when you see your father , you say, " I decided on poly sci". His understanding of your message is explained by.
Daydreaming is an example of
To conduct relationships
Becky, who is away from home on a business trip, uses the computer to Skype with her teenaged son. She apologizes for missing his band concert. What purpose does this communication likely serve
Learned communication strategies for specific types of situations are called
We communicate to meet social goals
If maryam accepts your invitation to dinner, what communication purpose was proven.
Raj is sending his girlfriend an e-mail. What type of temporal structure is he using
Imagine you use the word "jock" when talking to an athlete and the athlete has a different meaning of the word than you do. This is an example of .................
Tina is makes all decisions about the finances for both herself and her housemate jessica. Jessica is fine with this . This example would be ..::.........: behavior
If you look around the classroom, you see desks , chairs , and windows, all of which make up the
Ethical communicators act ........, which means maintaining consistency between what we say we believe and what we do
Jose thinks " a person who is very careful about spending money" when Adrian describes a person as "thrifty." Jose's thoughts represent a process called ......
Whitney arrives at a formal wedding wearing flip-flops, jeans, and a t- shirt, and everyone notices. We automatically attend to things that are ...................... or noticeable
I see that the cheerleaders are sitting together at lunch -they 're all such snobby, non-inclusive people . A (n) ................. is a schema in which the central concept is a category or group of people
" Someday I'd like to publish a book". The set of ideas about who you would like to be is your ........::: self -concept
According to the text, when forming a first impression of Anna, Jeff would most likely notice her ............. first
Seek more information to verify perceptions
If we are unsure about someone we don't know well, to be better ground our perceptions, we have to set implicit personality theory aside and ...........
It is important to remember that self concept is a (n) ..... which is resistant to change.
........ is how we make sense of other people, ourselves , and our social world.
................ stereotyping occurs when people act toward someone on the basis of a stereotype, even though they are minimally aware that they are basing their interactions on stereotypes
Tonight I posted what I had for dinner on Facebook. This post would be an example of a (n) ............. generated social media cue.
Implicit personality theory
You've gotten to know several college professors and have discovered that they are all highly intelligent, involved in their communities , and love to read. You have formed a (n) .........., a specific kind of schema that connects a set of traits and behaviors
Therapy, self helo
The following have been shown to be successful techniques for improving one's self esteem.
When you feel good about who you are, you tend to communicate in ways that display the positive feelings you have .
We easily assimilate information that is consistent with our self- concept but have to work hard not to filter out inconsistent information.
Messages based on our self-concept encourage others to treat us in ways that reflect how how we regard ourselves
In what way do messages reflect and maintain our self- concept
............ concerns the messages you send to yourself through your thoughts
Shellie will experience................ if she believes she is an athletic person even though in reality she is bad in sports
Lance screamed and opened his mouth wide in excitement when we jumped out and yelled "surprise" The expression of emotion through nonverbal and verbal behaviors is the ............ component of emotion.
Discrete/distinct from each other
All of the above
Emotions that are classified as basic are .....::
Your schema for " college professor " might be someone who is a "nerd" who reads books all the time, wears suits everywhere , and smokes a pipe. This example would be a (n) ......... , a schema in which the central concept is a category or group of people .
Actively question the accuracy of your perceptions
One of the best ways to improve your social cognition is to
Greg had always been my best friend, and our best times together were spent sharing secrets , inside jokes, and late night conversations while eating junk food . Those memories form ..........., or memory structure that connects a concept to its related qualities, of a best friend
The set of ideas about yourself that you are actively remembering at any given time is your ......:.. self concept
a culture that values personal achievement, voicing one's opinion, freedom, and self-expression is
The effective and appropriate behavior and communication in intercultural situations is known as intercultural.,.................
An individualistic culture
In a business meeting, a member of this type of culture might risk embarrassing his business partner if it meant that they would secure the deal.
low uncertainty avoidance cultures
Sara gives her team the following instructions for designing a new product logo: " Here's the product. Think outside the box . I'm looking for some great new ideals" This style of management is common in
Which of the following is not a barrier to effective intercultural communication
Which co-cultural identification is based upon being biologically different from each other and being socialized differently throughout life
Which of the following co-cultural groups is a classification of people based on shared national characteristics such as country of birth , geographic origin, language, religion, ancestral customs , and traditions
Which generation is known for being likely to judge , question, and compete
A low uncertainty avoidance cultures
A culture that is comfortable with few rules , unpredictability, and multiple perspective of "truth" is
The commonly accepted preferences for some states of affairs over others are
When Kyle goes on a business trip overseas, he arrives ten minutes early to the meeting , but the person he is meeting keeps getting interrupted and makes Kyle wait almost two hours before starting the meeting. Kyle is impatient and doesn't understand the ............. nature of the culture
All of the above
One's social class is determined by
An equal distribution of power
Low power distance cultures are characterized by .........
Interactions that occur between people whose cultures are so different that the communication between them is altered is ..::::::.......
Even though he loves living in America, Jorge embraces his Spanish heritage and exhibits it through his verbal and nonverbal mannerism, his diet, etc. This heritage is an important part of his
Which generation is known for being latchkey kids, self-sufficient, and informal, and a tendency to be cynical.
The term for the system of shared values, beliefs, attitudes, and orientations, learned through communication, that guide what is considered to be appropriate thought and behavior in a particular group of people is ................:..
When Jorge is eating dinner with his family, he speaks Spanish, but at school, he only speaks English. If the racial group to which you belong is not the dominant culture of your country you may learn to ...::::::........... altering your linguistic and nonverbal patterns to conform to either that of the dominant culture or of your co culture
Kyle is always on time for meetings, follows plans . And meets his deadlines. What is his time orientation
The state of a relationship in which people change from a pattern of sharing ideas and feeelings to pattern of mostly small talk is
Your sister Brittany just married a man named John , and you and John don't like each other and have nothing in common other than Brittany. However , you still have a (n) ..................... relationship with John
Jean hasn't been feeling well, so she visits her doctor, who can't determine what's wrong with her and runs some tests. Jean's diagnosis falls under what quadrant of her Johari Window
The ............... function of communication in a relationship refers to the way we use messages to accomplish personal and relationship goals.
Eye color, gender, and height could all fall under the ............ pane of the johari window
Sharing information with close friends before posting online
Avoiding confronting anyone using a public component of social media
Only commenting on a friend 's photos if they are actually friends with them offline
All of the above
Effective communicators follow rules of social media engagement such as
Pual knows that he has difficulty distinguishing colors. He does not disclose this information to his friends. This information falls into into the ..................... quadrant of his johari window
The first sign that a relationship is declining is a subtle indication of
The need for .............. reflects a desire to influence the events and people around us.
Terri and Bob are sexually attracted to each other but choose not to act on their attraction. What kind of relationship do they have
Conversations in this stage of a relationship typically go through three phases: entry, personal , and exit
Communication serves a (n) .................... function when you talk with your partner , and your shared meaning becomes part of your relationship.
Benjamin knows he is a talented public speaker. And his audiences praise his speeches. Benjamin's speaking talent falls into which quadrant of his johari window
predicted outcome value theory
Jonathan has several conversations with his new college acquaintances in order to gather information and decide whether future conversations will be worth his effort. What theory is Jonathan illustrating
When people act in ways that are different from what we anticipate, we are experiencing a (n) ........
Are sent through smells and scents
The words whiny, raspy, throaty, or harsh describe a person's
The rate of vibration of your vocal cords
The nonverbal characteristic of pitch is
All of the following are types of paralanguage except
Nonverbal behaviors manage impressions and identities
When you wear jewelry or clothing that indicates your religious beliefs, what function of nonverbal communication might you be using
Express dominance and affiliation
A high level manager may dress more formally, have a larger and more expensively furnished office, and walk and speak authoritatively. She is using nonverbal behaviors to .......................
Use the skill of perception checking
When a person's verbal and nonverbal cues contradict each other , it is important to
Ben, my trainer, sometimes has to touch me when he's helping me with exercise and weights. This type of touch would be ........
During her presentation, Kia often used "um", "er" which all are considered to be
Hope and despair
The six universal facial expressions include all of the following except
All of the above
Physical appearance includes which of the following
It can be intentional
It can be unintentional
It can be ambiguous
All are characteristics of nonverbal communication
Which of the following is not a characteristic of nonverbal communication
Expressions whose meaning differs from the usual meanings
Varies according the norms and expectations of the culture
Sociolinguistic meaning of a message
While all of the following are maxims to consider when engaging in conversations, the ............... deals with providing information that is truthful
They have been raised to mask their emotions
They don't have the appropriate vocabulary to do so
They often rely on generic terms that are not precise enough to convey what they are feeling and why they are feeling that way
All of the above
Many people find it hard to talk about the emotions they are feelings because
If Jennifer were to answer a complex question with a single word answer, she would likely be violating the
The action speakers take with their verbal messages that implies how the listener should respond are
Pete speaks with his own set of vocabularies, pronunciations, grammar, and syntax. Pete is using which of the following to convey meaning
The .............. states that conversational partners are able to understand the purpose of their partners' verbal messages because they assume that their partners are cooperating so share meaning
Language is self -reflective
Using language to talk about language is an example of which of the following characteristics of language
Saying "four-bedroom split level" instead of "house" is an example of using ............ words that identify a smaller grouping within a larger category
When Jeff ask Ken if he understands the rationale for a company policy and Ken makes up a false explanation, Ken would be violating the
Saying " Wayne honked like a goose at that joke" rather than" Wayne laughed strangely " us an example of using ..................... language, words that describe something that can be sensed
If you are afraid to fly, the word" airplane" will have a certain .............. meaning that might include negative feelings
The system of symbols used by people to communicate orally or in writing is called
Our public self-image
The dictionary definition for a word reflects the ............ of that word.
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