5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- nonstrategic leakage
- attempted control
- a unintentional leakage. arousal and nervousness, negative affect, incompetent communication performance
- b lying requires more mental effort.
- c based on emotion
- d lying increases anxiousness, nervousness
- e liars try to control signs of arousal
example: liars know the face has high sending capacity
liars concentrate on controlling facial cue leakage.
5 Multiple choice questions
- self benefit vs other benefit
- reward, coercive, expert, legitimate, referent
- high stakes lies tend to be easier to detect than low stakes likes because high stakes lies produce more arousal than a low one. more arousal leads to more cue leakage.
- based on official rank, formal standing
- power and status
5 True/False questions
cue leakage → likelihood of anticipated resistance
resistance → power and status
othello error → based on source credibility
emotion → based on source credibility
coercive power → based on the ability to inflict punishments or impose penalties