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Interpersonal Communication - Chapter 3
Autonomy face
Breadth
Competence face
Depth
The need to avoid being imposed upon by others.
The range of topics about which one person self-discloses to…
The need to be respected and viewed as competent and intellig…
The intimacy of the topics about which one person self-disclo…
Autonomy face
The need to avoid being imposed upon by others.
Breadth
The range of topics about which one person self-discloses to…
Chapter 3 - Interpersonal Communication
Attribution ( Theory )
Ex. Of Attribution
4 Dimensions of Attribution
4 Principles of Attribution.
An explanation of why something happened or why someone acts…
Charlene is always late, because she is so lazy.
1. Locus... 2. Stability ... 3. Specificity ... 4. Responsibility
1. Consensus... 2. Consistency... 3. Distinctiveness ... 4. Controllab…
Attribution ( Theory )
An explanation of why something happened or why someone acts…
Ex. Of Attribution
Charlene is always late, because she is so lazy.
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Interpersonal Communications Chapter 3
Attributions
Empathy
Halo Effect
Interpretation
Rationales we create to explain the comments or behaiors of o…
Understanding of another person's perspective and awareness o…
A tendency to interpret anything another person says or does…
The stage of perception in which we assign a meaning to infor…
Attributions
Rationales we create to explain the comments or behaiors of o…
Empathy
Understanding of another person's perspective and awareness o…
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Interpersonal Communication - Chapter 3
self-concept
Johari window
personality
reflected appraisal
the set of stable ideas a personal has about who he or she is…
a visual representation of components of the self tat are kno…
the patterns of behaviors and ways of thinking that character…
the process whereby a person's self-concept is influenced by…
self-concept
the set of stable ideas a personal has about who he or she is…
Johari window
a visual representation of components of the self tat are kno…
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Interpersonal Communications Chapter 3
Blind Self
Breadth
Collectivistic Self-concept
Core Identity Markers
Information that is known to others but not known to you. ie…
The range of subjects included in your self-disclosures.
Surrounded by various social identities.
Those group memberships that are most central to a person's s…
Blind Self
Information that is known to others but not known to you. ie…
Breadth
The range of subjects included in your self-disclosures.
Interpersonal communication chapter 3
Attribution
Cognitive complexity
Constructivism
Culture
Subjective account of why something happens or why someone ac…
In our interpretation of experience, the number of constructs…
The theory that we organize and interpret experience by apply…
Beliefs, understanding, practices, and ways to interpret expe…
Attribution
Subjective account of why something happens or why someone ac…
Cognitive complexity
In our interpretation of experience, the number of constructs…
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 3
self concept
Four sources of self concept
Looking Glass Self
significant others
image of who you are.
-the image of you that other have and that they have revealed…
-Charles Horton Cooley... -the image of yourself that others rev…
those who are most significant in your life. ... -If they think…
self concept
image of who you are.
Four sources of self concept
-the image of you that other have and that they have revealed…
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Interpersonal Communication chapter 3
process of experienceing the world and…
process of selecting, organizing, and…
process of seeing, hearing, or making…
process of focusing on specific stimul…
perception (pg 62)
interpersonal perception
selective perception (pg 63)
selective attention
process of experienceing the world and…
perception (pg 62)
process of selecting, organizing, and…
interpersonal perception
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Interpersonal Communications Chapter 3
Affirmation
Attribution
Cultural sensitivity
Fundamental attribution error
the communication of support and approval
the process of assigning causation or motivation to a person'…
an attitude and way of behaving in which you're aware of, hav…
in attributions of causality, the tendency to overvalue and g…
Affirmation
the communication of support and approval
Attribution
the process of assigning causation or motivation to a person'…
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interpersonal communication chapter 3
Perception
Inattention Blindness
Cultures
Constructivism
Is the active process of creating by selecting,organizing, an…
Which is the tendency not to see what is right in front of th…
Influence what we select to perceive
How we organize experience
Perception
Is the active process of creating by selecting,organizing, an…
Inattention Blindness
Which is the tendency not to see what is right in front of th…
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 3
Perception
Interpersonal Perception
Passive Perception
Active Perception
Process of experiencing the world and making sense out of wha…
Process of selecting, organizing, and interpreting your obser…
Perception that occurs without conscious effort, simply in re…
Perception that occurs because you seek out specific informat…
Perception
Process of experiencing the world and making sense out of wha…
Interpersonal Perception
Process of selecting, organizing, and interpreting your obser…
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Interpersonal Communication- Chapter 3 Terminology
Benevolent lie
Equivocation
Face
Facework
A lie that is not considered malicious by the person who tell…
A statement that is not false but clever avoids an unpleasant…
The image an individuals wants to project to the world
Actions people take to preserve their own and others' present…
Benevolent lie
A lie that is not considered malicious by the person who tell…
Equivocation
A statement that is not false but clever avoids an unpleasant…
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 3
Benevolent lie
Cognitive conservatism
Equivocal language
Facework
A lie that is not considered malicious by the person who tell…
The tendency to seek out information that conforms to an exis…
Ambiguous language that has two or more equally plausible mea…
Actions people take to preserve their own and others' present…
Benevolent lie
A lie that is not considered malicious by the person who tell…
Cognitive conservatism
The tendency to seek out information that conforms to an exis…
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Interpersonal Communication: Chapter 3
Culture Shock
Intercultural Communication
Culture
Values
the psychological discomfort you experience when you must int…
interactions that occur between people whose cultures are so…
the system of shared values, beliefs, attitudes, and orientat…
the commonly accepted preference for some states of affairs o…
Culture Shock
the psychological discomfort you experience when you must int…
Intercultural Communication
interactions that occur between people whose cultures are so…
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Chapter 3: Interpersonal Communication
The importance of communication skills
The importance of communication skills
Communication
Simplistic Communication Process
The first-line supervisor interacts continually with officers…
The first-line supervisor is the primary communication point…
A process by which information is exchanged between individua…
1. Sender ... 2. Message... 3. Recipient
The importance of communication skills
The first-line supervisor interacts continually with officers…
The importance of communication skills
The first-line supervisor is the primary communication point…
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 3
affinity-seeking strategies
affirmation
attribution of control
blind self
Behaviors designed to increase interpersonal attractiveness.
Is used to refer to positive statements about yourself, state…
In social psychology, attribution is the process by which ind…
represents all the things about you that others know but of w…
affinity-seeking strategies
Behaviors designed to increase interpersonal attractiveness.
affirmation
Is used to refer to positive statements about yourself, state…
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Chapter 3 interpersonal communication
Self awareness
self concept
social self
reference group
the ability to step outside of yourself; view yourself as an…
overall perception of who we are
the recognition one earns from others
who we compare ourselves to
Self awareness
the ability to step outside of yourself; view yourself as an…
self concept
overall perception of who we are
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Chapter 3 interpersonal communication
self-image
self-concept
Pygmalion Effect
symbolic interactionism
characteristics we believe we possess
reflects over emphasis on individualism as a society value an…
illustrates the way our significant others (people who are im…
our view of self is shaped by those with whom we communicate
self-image
characteristics we believe we possess
self-concept
reflects over emphasis on individualism as a society value an…
Interpersonal Communication Chapter 3
nonverbal communication ______________…
nonverbal behavior must be....
content messages
relational messages
imitates
1. consciously perceived by the sender &/or the receiver... 2. i…
about the current topic
about the relationship
nonverbal communication ______________…
imitates
nonverbal behavior must be....
1. consciously perceived by the sender &/or the receiver... 2. i…
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Interpersonal Communications Chapter 3
Verbal communication
rules
constitutive rules
regulative rules
the words we use during the communication process (not necess…
provide a structure for what is socially acceptable communica…
help define communication by identifying appropriate words an…
control our communication by managing communication interacti…
Verbal communication
the words we use during the communication process (not necess…
rules
provide a structure for what is socially acceptable communica…
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 3
Perception
Perception consists of three processes
Selection
Organization
Active process of creating meaning by selecting, organizing a…
Selecting, organizing and interpreting. These processes are c…
We select to attend certain stimuli based on a number of fact…
We organize what we have noticed and attribute meaning to it.…
Perception
Active process of creating meaning by selecting, organizing a…
Perception consists of three processes
Selecting, organizing and interpreting. These processes are c…
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Interpersonal Communications Chapter 3
self-concept
identity
Johari window
personality
The set of stable ideas a person has about who he or she is;a…
see self-concept
A visual representation of components of the self that are kn…
The pattern of behaviors and ways of thinking that characteri…
self-concept
The set of stable ideas a person has about who he or she is;a…
identity
see self-concept
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 3
intercultural communication
culture shock
culture
values
interactions that occur between people whose cultures are so…
the psychological discomfort you experience when you must int…
the system of shared values, beliefs, attitudes, and orientat…
the commonly accepted preference for some states of affairs o…
intercultural communication
interactions that occur between people whose cultures are so…
culture shock
the psychological discomfort you experience when you must int…
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 3
Self-concept
Identity
Johari Window
Objective
The set of stable ideas a person has about who he or she is;…
Your understanding of who you are; see self-concept
A visual representation of components of the self that are kn…
Based on fact rather than someone's opinion
Self-concept
The set of stable ideas a person has about who he or she is;…
Identity
Your understanding of who you are; see self-concept
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Interpersonal communication chapter 3
Perception
Selection
Salience
Organization
The process of selecting, organizing, and interpreting inform…
The step of perception in which we focus our attention on spe…
The degree to which particular people or aspects of their com…
The step of perception in which we mentally structure selecte…
Perception
The process of selecting, organizing, and interpreting inform…
Selection
The step of perception in which we focus our attention on spe…
Interpersonal Communication Chapter3
Perception
Meaning
Interpersonal Perception
Stage of Interpersonal Perception: Sel…
-The process of creating meaning by selecting, organizing and…
-Driven by perception... -Our senses are driven not only by wha…
It is the process of experiencing our daily interactions and…
-Usually we focus our attention on one aspect that is importa…
Perception
-The process of creating meaning by selecting, organizing and…
Meaning
-Driven by perception... -Our senses are driven not only by wha…
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Chapter 3 - Interpersonal Communication and the Self
Development of Self Concept
Reflected Appraisal
Social Comparison
Characteristics of the Self Concept
1. Reflected Appraisal - we see ourselves the way others sees…
We see ourselves the way others sees us (ex: behavior of pare…
Evaluate ourselves in relation to others (ex: superior vs inf…
1. Self concept is SUBJECTIVE... - View ourselves more harshly t…
Development of Self Concept
1. Reflected Appraisal - we see ourselves the way others sees…
Reflected Appraisal
We see ourselves the way others sees us (ex: behavior of pare…
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Chapter 3: Interpersonal Communication and the Self
Benevolent Lie
Equivocation
Face
Facework
A lie that is not considered malicious by the person who tell…
A statement that is not false but cleverly avoids an unpleasa…
The image an individual wants to project to the world.
Actions people take to preserve their own and others' present…
Benevolent Lie
A lie that is not considered malicious by the person who tell…
Equivocation
A statement that is not false but cleverly avoids an unpleasa…
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 3
self-concept
others images, societal comparisons, y…
self-esteem
cognitive self esteem
the way you see yourself: consists of feelings and thoughts a…
sources of self-concept
a measure of how valuable you think you are
refers to your thinking about your strengths or weaknesses, a…
self-concept
the way you see yourself: consists of feelings and thoughts a…
others images, societal comparisons, y…
sources of self-concept
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 3
Perception
Interpersonal perception
Selective perception
Selective attention
Process of experiencing the world and making sense out of wha…
Process of selecting, organizing, and interpreting your obser…
Process of seeing, hearing, or making sense of the world arou…
Process of focusing on specific stimuli, locking on to some t…
Perception
Process of experiencing the world and making sense out of wha…
Interpersonal perception
Process of selecting, organizing, and interpreting your obser…
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 3 Quiz
Self Concept
Self-esteem
Reflected Appraisal
Significant Other
The relatively stable set of perceptions you hold of yourself.
The part of the self-concept that involves evaluations of sel…
A mirroring of the judgements of those around a person.
To describe a person whose evaluations are especially influen…
Self Concept
The relatively stable set of perceptions you hold of yourself.
Self-esteem
The part of the self-concept that involves evaluations of sel…
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 3
self concept
Four sources of self concept
Looking Glass Self
significant others
image of who you are.
-the image of you that other have and that they have revealed…
-Charles Horton Cooley... -the image of yourself that others rev…
those who are most significant in your life. ... -If they think…
self concept
image of who you are.
Four sources of self concept
-the image of you that other have and that they have revealed…
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 3
Self concept
4 places that affect self concept
Self awareness
Johari Model
Your idea of who you think you are
What others think of you and what they tell you... Comparisons y…
How well you know yourself, your strengths, weaknesses, thoug…
1. Open self: behaviors, attitudes, feelings, desires, motiva…
Self concept
Your idea of who you think you are
4 places that affect self concept
What others think of you and what they tell you... Comparisons y…
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Interpersonal Communication - Chapter 3
Autonomy face
Breadth
Competence face
Depth
The need to avoid being imposed upon by others.
The range of topics about which one person self-discloses to…
The need to be respected and viewed as competent and intellig…
The intimacy of the topics about which one person self-disclo…
Autonomy face
The need to avoid being imposed upon by others.
Breadth
The range of topics about which one person self-discloses to…
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 3 Terms
perception
interpersonal perception
passive perception
active perception
the process of experiencing your world and then making sense…
the process by which you decide what people are like and give…
occurs without effort, simply because our senses are operating
Observe someone talking about something without you checking…
perception
the process of experiencing your world and then making sense…
interpersonal perception
the process by which you decide what people are like and give…
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Interpersonal Communications // Chapter 3 - Identity and Interpersonal Communication
Self-concept
Self-esteem
Working Self-Concept
Self-reflexive Act
The sum total knowledge you have about yourself.
An overall judgment of one's self-worth or value.
The information that dominates a person's sense of self at a…
A behavior that gives you insight into your own state of mind.
Self-concept
The sum total knowledge you have about yourself.
Self-esteem
An overall judgment of one's self-worth or value.
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Interpersonal Communication Book: Chapter 3
affirmation
blind self
contrast, rule of
fundamental attribution error
communication of support and approval
represents all the things about you that others know but of w…
a principle of perception that holds that items that are very…
tendency to overvalue and give added weight to the contributi…
affirmation
communication of support and approval
blind self
represents all the things about you that others know but of w…
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Interpersonal Communication terms - Chapter 3
Affect display
Artifacts
Emblems
Illustrators
Nonverbal cue used to emphasize an emotional response (40)
A form of nonverbal communication that involves accessories (…
Nonverbal cues used to replace language (40)
Nonverbal cues used in conjunction with language to complemen…
Affect display
Nonverbal cue used to emphasize an emotional response (40)
Artifacts
A form of nonverbal communication that involves accessories (…
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 3
Culture shock
Intercultural communication
Culture
Values
the psychological discomfort you experience when you must int…
interactions that occur between people whose cultures are so…
the system of shared values, beliefs, attitudes and orientati…
the commonly accepted preference for some states of affairs o…
Culture shock
the psychological discomfort you experience when you must int…
Intercultural communication
interactions that occur between people whose cultures are so…
17 terms
Chapter 3 Interpersonal Communication
androgynous
attribution
empathy
ethnocentrism
combining masculine and feminine traits
the process of attaching meaning to behavior
the ability to re-create another person's perspective, to exp…
the attitude that ones own culture is superior to others.
androgynous
combining masculine and feminine traits
attribution
the process of attaching meaning to behavior
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Chapter 3 interpersonal communication
self- concept
self-image
self-esteem
attitude
a person perceived self, which consists of an organized colle…
a person's mental picture of him or herself.
a person's feelings and attitudes toward him or herself.
an evaluative feeling or way of thinking about oneself others…
self- concept
a person perceived self, which consists of an organized colle…
self-image
a person's mental picture of him or herself.
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Chapter 3 - Interpersonal Communications
Perception
Selection
Salience
Organization
the process of selecting, organizing and interpreting informa…
focusing attention on certain sights, sounds, tastes, touches…
the degree to which particular people or aspects of their com…
you take that information and structure it into a coherent pa…
Perception
the process of selecting, organizing and interpreting informa…
Selection
focusing attention on certain sights, sounds, tastes, touches…
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Interpersonal Communication: Chapter 3
Benevolent Lie
Equivocation
Face
Facework
A lie that is not considered malicious by the person who tell…
A statement that is not false but cleverly avoids an unpleasa…
The image an individual wants to project to the world.
Actions people take to preserve their own and others' present…
Benevolent Lie
A lie that is not considered malicious by the person who tell…
Equivocation
A statement that is not false but cleverly avoids an unpleasa…
18 terms
Interpersonal Communication Chapter 3
Benevolent lie
Equivocation
Face
Facework
a life that is not considered malicious by the person who tel…
a statement that is not false but cleverly avoids an unpleasa…
the image an individual wants to project to the world
actions people take to preserve their own and others' present…
Benevolent lie
a life that is not considered malicious by the person who tel…
Equivocation
a statement that is not false but cleverly avoids an unpleasa…
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Interpersonal Communications Chapter 3
Symbol
Codes
Displacement
Triangle of meaning
something that stands in for or represents something else
symbols that help us organize, understand, and generate meani…
out ability to talk about events that are removed in space or…
A model of communication that indicates the relationship amon…
Symbol
something that stands in for or represents something else
Codes
symbols that help us organize, understand, and generate meani…
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 3
self concept
Four sources of self concept
Looking Glass Self
significant others
image of who you are.
-the image of you that other have and that they have revealed…
-Charles Horton Cooley... -the image of yourself that others rev…
those who are most significant in your life. ... -If they think…
self concept
image of who you are.
Four sources of self concept
-the image of you that other have and that they have revealed…
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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 3
self-concept
self-esteem
reflected appraisal
significant other
the relatively stable set of perceptions you hold to yourself
the part of the self-concept that involves evaluations of sel…
a mirroring of the judgements of those around him or her
describes a person whose evaluations are especially influential
self-concept
the relatively stable set of perceptions you hold to yourself
self-esteem
the part of the self-concept that involves evaluations of sel…
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Interpersonal Communication chapter 3
Attributions
Internal Attributions vs. External Att…
Consensus principle
Consistency principle
Is an explanation of why something happened or why someone ac…
Internal attributions - "He has no patience with people who a…
similarity to others, is everyone like us? Not just one perso…
Individuals behavior if its similar over time. ... High=internal…
Attributions
Is an explanation of why something happened or why someone ac…
Internal Attributions vs. External Att…
Internal attributions - "He has no patience with people who a…
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interpersonal communication chapter 3
attribution
cognitive complexity
constructivism
culture
subjective account of why something happens or why someone ac…
in our interpretation of experience, the number of constructs…
the theory that we organize and interpret experience by apply…
beliefs, understanding, practices, and ways to interpret expe…
attribution
subjective account of why something happens or why someone ac…
cognitive complexity
in our interpretation of experience, the number of constructs…
Chapter 3 Interpersonal Communication
perception
interpersonal perception
selective perception
selective attention
process of experiencing the world and making sense out of wha…
process of selecting organizing, and interpreting your observ…
process of seeing, hearing or making sense of the world aroun…
process of focusing on specific stimuli, looking on to some t…
perception
process of experiencing the world and making sense out of wha…
interpersonal perception
process of selecting organizing, and interpreting your observ…
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