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Interpersonal Communication - Chapter 4
Attribution
Egocentric
Fundamental attribution error
Interpersonal perception
An explanation for an observed behavior.
A state of inability to take another person's perspective.
The tendency to attribute others' behaviors to internal rathe…
The process of making meaning from the people in our environm…
Attribution
An explanation for an observed behavior.
Egocentric
A state of inability to take another person's perspective.
Interpersonal Communication Chapter4
Language
Denotative and Connotative
Phenomenal Experience AND Semiotic Exp…
Signs are Powerful
The fundamental unit of language is the SIGN... Language is:... -…
Denotative: Precise, literal definition of a word, dictionary…
-Phenomenal Experience: Perceived by the senses... -Semiotic Ex…
-Language organizes our thinking (enables and constrains some…
Language
The fundamental unit of language is the SIGN... Language is:... -…
Denotative and Connotative
Denotative: Precise, literal definition of a word, dictionary…
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Interpersonal Communications Chapter 4
Active listening
Display rules
Empathic and objective listening
Evaluating
the process by which a listener expresses his or her understa…
rules or customs (of a culture or an organization) that gover…
punctuate the interaction from the speaker's point of view, e…
judging or placing value on some person, object, or event; a…
Active listening
the process by which a listener expresses his or her understa…
Display rules
rules or customs (of a culture or an organization) that gover…
Chapter 4. - Interpersonal Communication
Abstract
Ex. of an Abstract Symbol
Ambiguous
Arbitrary
Symbols that are not concrete or tangible
Marijuana is also known as:... • Tree... • Green ... • Loud... • Weed
Symbols that are not clear-cut
Symbols that are not intrinsically connected to what they rep…
Abstract
Symbols that are not concrete or tangible
Ex. of an Abstract Symbol
Marijuana is also known as:... • Tree... • Green ... • Loud... • Weed
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Interpersonal Communication - Ch. 4
Abbreviation
Abstract
Abstraction Ladder
Accent
A shortened form of a word or phrase created by omitting part…
Refers to words that relate to ideas or concepts that exist o…
A diagram that explains the process of abstraction.
Word pronunciation or sound. When a dialect has a different p…
Abbreviation
A shortened form of a word or phrase created by omitting part…
Abstract
Refers to words that relate to ideas or concepts that exist o…
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 4
Symbols
Arbitrary
Ambiguous
Abstract
Words are symbols, which are arbitrary, ambiguous, abstract r…
Words are not intrinsically connected to what they represent.…
What they mean is not clear-cut. Because symbols are ambiguou…
They are not concrete or tangible. Words stand for ideas, peo…
Symbols
Words are symbols, which are arbitrary, ambiguous, abstract r…
Arbitrary
Words are not intrinsically connected to what they represent.…
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 4
biologically based differences that de…
socially learned and reinforced charac…
genetically transmitted physical chara…
social classification based on nationa…
sex (pg 88)
gender
race (pg 90)
ethnicity
biologically based differences that de…
sex (pg 88)
socially learned and reinforced charac…
gender
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Interpersonal Communication Vocab 4
Symbols
Arbitrary
Ambiguous
Abstract
arbitrary, ambiguous, abstract representation of other phenom…
words are not intrinsically connected to what they represent
what they mean isn't clear-cut
that they are not concrete or tangible
Symbols
arbitrary, ambiguous, abstract representation of other phenom…
Arbitrary
words are not intrinsically connected to what they represent
Interpersonal communication chapter 4
Abstract
Ambiguous
Arbitrary
Communication rules
Removed from concrete reality. Symbols are abstract because t…
Subject to multiple meanings. Symbols are ambiguous because t…
Random or not constrained by necessity. Symbols are arbitrary…
Shared understanding of what communication means and what beh…
Abstract
Removed from concrete reality. Symbols are abstract because t…
Ambiguous
Subject to multiple meanings. Symbols are ambiguous because t…
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interpersonal communications chpt. 4
Messages are packaged (principle)
Message meanings reside within people…
Abstract (principle)
Messages vary in politeness (principle)
Verbal messages occur simultaneously with nonverbal messages…
Meaning is not received it is created based on how you decode…
levels of words ranging from general terms (abstract) to very…
notions of consideration, respect, concern, etc that can rang…
Messages are packaged (principle)
Verbal messages occur simultaneously with nonverbal messages…
Message meanings reside within people…
Meaning is not received it is created based on how you decode…
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Interpersonal communication Ch. 4
Language
Lexicon
Speech Community
Characteristics of language
A symbolic system used by people to communicate verbal or wri…
Collection of words and expressions
Speak a common dialect, particular style, observe common ling…
1. Arbitrary ... 2. Ambiguous ... 3. Abstract... 4. Self-reflexive ... 5.…
Language
A symbolic system used by people to communicate verbal or wri…
Lexicon
Collection of words and expressions
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Interpersonal Communication Ch. 4
Primary Emotion
Emotional Contagion
Blended Emotions
Emotion Sharing
consistent behavioral displays across cultures
experience of same emotion rapidly spreads
two or more primary emotions existing simultaneously
discussing emotional experiences
Primary Emotion
consistent behavioral displays across cultures
Emotional Contagion
experience of same emotion rapidly spreads
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Interpersonal Communication - Chap. 4
We use our 5 senses. There are 5 stage…
Stimulation Selective Attention
Selective Exposure
Organization by Rules
Stimulation... Organization... Interpretation-Evaluatior... Memory... Rec…
The capacity to process when several things are occurring sti…
The tendency to favor information which reinforces their pre-…
Proximity --> how close... Simiarity/Contrast ---> alike/differe…
We use our 5 senses. There are 5 stage…
Stimulation... Organization... Interpretation-Evaluatior... Memory... Rec…
Stimulation Selective Attention
The capacity to process when several things are occurring sti…
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Interpersonal Communication, Chapter 4
the process of receiving, understandin…
What are the five stages of listening?
the five stages of listening are ____
What are the two messages you receive…
listening
1) receiving... 2) understanding... 3) remembering... 4) evaluating ... 5…
simultaneous
nonverbal and verbal
the process of receiving, understandin…
listening
What are the five stages of listening?
1) receiving... 2) understanding... 3) remembering... 4) evaluating ... 5…
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KA #4 Interpersonal Communication
electronic aggression
What were the three main ways communic…
How were communication technologies us…
How were communication technologies us…
aggression perpetrated by peers using cell phones and Interne…
-meeting (number collecting, "putting on" to a friend, dating…
-staying close... -addressing difficult topics... -assessing fideli…
-managing multiple partnerships... -keeping it casual
electronic aggression
aggression perpetrated by peers using cell phones and Interne…
What were the three main ways communic…
-meeting (number collecting, "putting on" to a friend, dating…
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 4
abstraction
ageism
ageist language
allness
The process of considering something independently of its ass…
Used mainly to refer to prejudice against older people, the w…
ex. "little old lady", "old hag", "old timer"
When you assume you can say all or have said all that can be…
abstraction
The process of considering something independently of its ass…
ageism
Used mainly to refer to prejudice against older people, the w…
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chapter 4 Interpersonal communications
emotion
characteristics of emotion
emotion sharing
percpetion
intense reaction that involves interpreting event meaning, be…
1. reactive (perception)... 2. physiological arousal... 3. aware th…
talking about our experiences w/others
The interpretation of sensation
emotion
intense reaction that involves interpreting event meaning, be…
characteristics of emotion
1. reactive (perception)... 2. physiological arousal... 3. aware th…
Interpersonal Communication Chapter 4
denotative meaning
connotative meaning
lack of semantic competence can lead t…
syntactics
public, conventional meaning
private, emotionally charged meaning
isolation & rejection
the study of the process by which words are combined and orde…
denotative meaning
public, conventional meaning
connotative meaning
private, emotionally charged meaning
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Interpersonal communication chapter 4
symbols
Arbitrary
Ambiguous
Abstract
words are symbols, which are arbitrary, ambiguous, abstract r…
symbols are arbitrary, meaning that words are not intrinsical…
Symbols are ambiguous because what they mean isn't clear cut.
Symbols are abstract which means they are not concrete or tan…
symbols
words are symbols, which are arbitrary, ambiguous, abstract r…
Arbitrary
symbols are arbitrary, meaning that words are not intrinsical…
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Interpersonal Communication chapter 4
strong emotions
emotional intelligence
reappraisal
primary emotions
are generally accompanied by physiological changes
the ability to understand and manga one's own emotions and be…
rethinking the meaning of emotionally charged events in ways…
basic emotions such as anger, joy, fear, and sadness
strong emotions
are generally accompanied by physiological changes
emotional intelligence
the ability to understand and manga one's own emotions and be…
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Interpersonal Communication - Chapter 4
perception
interpersonal perception
selection
organization
the process of making meaning form the things we experience i…
the process of making meaning from the people in our environm…
the process of attending to a stimulus
the process of categorizing information that has been selecte…
perception
the process of making meaning form the things we experience i…
interpersonal perception
the process of making meaning from the people in our environm…
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Chapter 4; Interpersonal Communication
Perception
3 Stages of the Perception Process
1st Step: Selection
2nd Stage: Organization
The process of making meaning from the things we experienced…
Your mind usually selects, organizes, and interprets info so…
the process of attending to a stimulus.... EX; you notice ur cla…
Once you've noticed a particular stimulus, the next step in t…
Perception
The process of making meaning from the things we experienced…
3 Stages of the Perception Process
Your mind usually selects, organizes, and interprets info so…
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Interpersonal Communications Chapter 4
Attribution Theory
Closure
Ethnocentrism
Halo Effect
A set of ideas that explains how people understand the causes…
Filling in the gaps with stimuli in order to make sense of th…
The belief that your cultural group is superior to all other…
Using existing positive perceptions of a person to assume tha…
Attribution Theory
A set of ideas that explains how people understand the causes…
Closure
Filling in the gaps with stimuli in order to make sense of th…
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Interpersonal Communication Ch. 4
Androgynous
Attribution
Confirmation bias
Empathy
Person with masculine and feminine characteristics
Process of attaching naming to behavior
Organizing impressions based off of the first impression
Experiencing another's point of view
Androgynous
Person with masculine and feminine characteristics
Attribution
Process of attaching naming to behavior
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 4
Discrimination
Sex
Gender
Race
Unfair or inappropriate treatment of other people based on th…
Biologically based differences that determine whether one is…
Socially learned and reinforced characteristics that include…
A group of people with a common cultural history, nationality…
Discrimination
Unfair or inappropriate treatment of other people based on th…
Sex
Biologically based differences that determine whether one is…
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Interpersonal Communication chapter 4
Sex
Gender
Race
Ethnicity
Biologically based differences that determine whether one is…
Socially learned and reinforced characteristics that include…
Genetically transmitted physical characteristics of a group o…
Social classification based on nationality, religion, languag…
Sex
Biologically based differences that determine whether one is…
Gender
Socially learned and reinforced characteristics that include…
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Interpersonal Communication - Chapter 4
Attribution
Egocentric
Fundamental attribution error
Interpersonal perception
An explanation for an observed behavior.
A state of inability to take another person's perspective.
The tendency to attribute others' behaviors to internal rathe…
The process of making meaning from the people in our environm…
Attribution
An explanation for an observed behavior.
Egocentric
A state of inability to take another person's perspective.
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Interpersonal Communication - Chapter 4
Attribution
Egocentric
Fundamental attribution error
Interpersonal perception
An explanation for an observed behavior.
A state of inability to take another person's perspective.
The tendency to attribute others' behaviors to internal rathe…
The process of making meaning from the people in our environm…
Attribution
An explanation for an observed behavior.
Egocentric
A state of inability to take another person's perspective.
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 4
The Process of Perception
Selection
Organization
Interpretation
-Selection... -Organization... -Interpretation
The process of attending to a stimulus
The process of categorizing information that has been selecte…
The process of assigning meaning to information that has been…
The Process of Perception
-Selection... -Organization... -Interpretation
Selection
The process of attending to a stimulus
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 4
nonverbal communication
continuous
multi-channeled
constitutive rules
All aspects of communication other than the words we use.
nonverbal communication continues to communicate even when a…
We can use several senses to communicate nonverbally
the behaviors we enact to help define the appropriateness of…
nonverbal communication
All aspects of communication other than the words we use.
continuous
nonverbal communication continues to communicate even when a…
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Interpersonal Communications Chapter 4
perception
interpersonal perception
selection
organization
The process of making meaning from the things we experience i…
The process of making meaning from the people in our environm…
The process of attending to a stimulus.
The process of categorizing information that has been selecte…
perception
The process of making meaning from the things we experience i…
interpersonal perception
The process of making meaning from the people in our environm…
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Interpersonal Communication: Chapter 4
Verbal Message
Language
Lexicon
Phonology
a message conveyed using a language.
a symbolic system used bu people to communicate verbal or wri…
the collection of words and expressions in a language.
the sounds used to pronounce words.
Verbal Message
a message conveyed using a language.
Language
a symbolic system used bu people to communicate verbal or wri…
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 4
utterance
verbal messages
language
lexicon
a complete unit of talk that is bounded by the speakers silence
the parts of an utterance that use language to convey meaning
a symbolic system used by people to communicate verbal or wri…
the collection of words and expressions in a language
utterance
a complete unit of talk that is bounded by the speakers silence
verbal messages
the parts of an utterance that use language to convey meaning
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 4
Messages are packaged
Denotative meanings
Connotative meanings
Politeness
Combine verbal and non-verbal communication... Text with picture…
Meanings defined in the dictionary, objective definition
Meanings that become associated with a word over time, usuall…
Each person has a need to be viewed positively by others and…
Messages are packaged
Combine verbal and non-verbal communication... Text with picture…
Denotative meanings
Meanings defined in the dictionary, objective definition
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 4
Androgynous
Attribution
Confirmation bias
Empathy
Possessing both masculine and feminine traits.
The process of attaching meaning to another person's behavior.
The tendency to seek out and organize data that supports alre…
The ability to project oneself into another person's point of…
Androgynous
Possessing both masculine and feminine traits.
Attribution
The process of attaching meaning to another person's behavior.
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interpersonal communication chapter 4
amygdala
debilitative emotions
decoding rules
display rules
almond shaped structure located in the emotional brain or lim…
detract from effective functioning
tell people how to interpret emotions when they are displayed.
tell people how and when to display emotions
amygdala
almond shaped structure located in the emotional brain or lim…
debilitative emotions
detract from effective functioning
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Interpersonal Communication Book: Chapter 4
assertiveness
connotation
denotation
disconfirmation
a willingness to stand up for your rights but with respect fo…
the feeling or emotional aspect of a word's meaning
the objective or descriptive aspect of a word's meaning, the…
process by which someone ignores or denies the right of anoth…
assertiveness
a willingness to stand up for your rights but with respect fo…
connotation
the feeling or emotional aspect of a word's meaning
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 4
Emotion
Emotion Sharing
Emotional contagion
Feelings
An intense reaction to an event that involves interpreting th…
Disclosing your emotions to others.
The rapid spreading of emotion from person to person such as…
Short term emotional reactions to events that generate inly l…
Emotion
An intense reaction to an event that involves interpreting th…
Emotion Sharing
Disclosing your emotions to others.
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 4
Enculturation
Cultural Context
High Context Culture
Low Context Culture
the process of transmitting a group's culture from one genera…
using cues to enhance meanings... aspects of the environment and…
nonverbal cues very important... culture in which people derive…
rely more on language
Enculturation
the process of transmitting a group's culture from one genera…
Cultural Context
using cues to enhance meanings... aspects of the environment and…
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Interpersonal Communications // Chapter 4 - Perception and Interpersonal Communication
Selection
Organization
Interpretation
Internal Attribution
Directing attention to a subset of sensory information.
The process of arranging information into a coherent pattern.
The process of assigning meaning to information.
Concluding that behaviors are caused by characteristics of th…
Selection
Directing attention to a subset of sensory information.
Organization
The process of arranging information into a coherent pattern.
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 4
biologically based differences that de…
socially learned and reinforced charac…
Sexual Orientation
genetically transmitted physical chara…
sex
gender
An individual's actual feelings of attraction to other indivi…
race
biologically based differences that de…
sex
socially learned and reinforced charac…
gender
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Interpersonal Communication Exam 4
Interpersonal Conflict
Interaction
Interdependence
Image Conflict
he interaction of interdependent people who perceive incompat…
a condition necessary for conflict, given that conflicts are…
a condition necessary for conflict, given that people involve…
a conflict with another about one's sense of self
Interpersonal Conflict
he interaction of interdependent people who perceive incompat…
Interaction
a condition necessary for conflict, given that conflicts are…
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 4
Perception
Interpersonal Perception
5 stages of Interpersonal Perception
selective perception
the process by which you become aware of objects, events, and…
-a continuous series of processes that blend into one another
-you sense, you pick up some kind of stimulation... -you organiz…
-selective attention, and exposure ... -you attend to those thin…
Perception
the process by which you become aware of objects, events, and…
Interpersonal Perception
-a continuous series of processes that blend into one another
Chapter 4 Interpersonal Communication
feedback
noise
humanistic
body language
what is used as a verification of understanding
what is physical or emotional discomforts, also known as sounds
what is defines as working to help patients feel attended to…
what is definition includes facial expressions, eye contact,…
feedback
what is used as a verification of understanding
noise
what is physical or emotional discomforts, also known as sounds
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LO4 Interpersonal Communication
Communication Process
Communication Model
Sender
Receiver
...
In communication, the SENDER transmits a MESSAGE or idea by w…
Person initiating communication
Person receiving original idea or message from sender
Communication Process
...
Communication Model
In communication, the SENDER transmits a MESSAGE or idea by w…
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Interpersonal Communications- Chapter 4 Terminology
Androgynous
Attribution
Confirmation bias
Empathy
Possessing both masculine and feminine traits
The process of attaching meaning to another person's behavior
The tendency to seek out and organize data that supports alre…
The ability to project oneself into another person's point of…
Androgynous
Possessing both masculine and feminine traits
Attribution
The process of attaching meaning to another person's behavior
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Interpersonal Communication (Ch. 4: Interpersonal Perception)
perception
interpersonal perception
3 stages of the perception process
selection
the process of making meaning from the things we experience i…
the process of making meaning from the people in our environm…
1. selection... 2. organization... 3. interpretation
the process of attending to a stimulus
perception
the process of making meaning from the things we experience i…
interpersonal perception
the process of making meaning from the people in our environm…
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Interpersonal Communication chapter 4
Listening
Importance of listening
Stages of listening
Receiving
the process of receiving ,constructing meaning from respondin…
success as an employee, developing & maintain relationships,…
receiving , understanding , remembering, responding ,evaluating
avoid assuming & interrupting ... focus your attention to the sp…
Listening
the process of receiving ,constructing meaning from respondin…
Importance of listening
success as an employee, developing & maintain relationships,…
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Chapter 4: Interpersonal Communication
Interdependency
Contact
Involvement
Intimacy
Quality that makes a relationship interpersonal; one's person…
First step, has first perceptual contact. Intimate conversati…
Second step, sense of mutuality and being connected. Each per…
Third step, a feeling that you can be honest/open when talkin…
Interdependency
Quality that makes a relationship interpersonal; one's person…
Contact
First step, has first perceptual contact. Intimate conversati…
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Interpersonal Communication 4-8
listening
receiving
disclaimers
understanding
this is the process of receiving (hearing and attending to un…
stage one of the listening process, this is when you pay atte…
statements that aim to ensure that your messages will be unde…
stage two of the listening process, this is the stage at whic…
listening
this is the process of receiving (hearing and attending to un…
receiving
stage one of the listening process, this is when you pay atte…
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