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Question 11 pts
An example of psychological noise is:
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CIGARETTE SMOKE IN A CROWDED ROOM
POOR SOUND
FATIGUE
INSECURITY
Flag question: Question 2Question 21 pts
Sarah and Jim are driving to a friend’s house. She is about to suggest a different route when she stops herself because she knows Jim hates it when she “takes over” while he’s driving. This is an example of which communication concept?
Group of answer choices
COMMUNICATION IS UNREPEATABLE
MESSAGES
COGNITIVE COMPLEXITY
SELF-MONITORING
Flag question: Question 3Question 31 pts
Sandra interprets her coworker’s comment “Thanks a lot” as negative. This is an example of which communication principle?
Group of answer choices
COMMUNICATION HAS A CONTENT DIMENSION AND A RELATIONAL DIMENSION
COMMUNICATION IS UNREPEATABLE
COMMUNICATION CHANNELS
COMMUNICATION IS PERSONAL AND UNIQUE
Flag question: Question 4Question 41 pts
An e-mailed love letter not having the same impact as a handwritten one is related to the _____ of the message.
Group of answer choices
ENVIRONMENT
NOISE
CHANNEL
CONTEXT
Flag question: Question 5Question 51 pts
Your first encounter at a job interview is affected by the interviewer’s scowling facial expression. Which characteristic of communication best describes the situation?
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COMMUNICATION IS A TRANSACTIONAL PROCESS.
COMMUNICATION IS DYADIC.
COMMUNICATION IS STATIC.
COMMUNICATION IS REVERSIBLE.
Flag question: Question 6Question 61 pts
Because it’s often impossible to distinguish sending and receiving, your text’s communication model replaces these roles with the more accurate term:
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COMMUNICATOR
SPEAKER
LISTENER
EMPATHIZER
Flag question: Question 7Question 71 pts
Which of the following are social needs met by communication?
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SELF-REFLECTION
SELF-MONITORING
GIVING AND RECEIVING AFFECTION
BEING SELF-EFFICIENT
Flag question: Question 8Question 81 pts
The idea that it is often necessary to negotiate a shared meaning in order for satisfying communication to occur relates to which characteristic of the communication model?
Group of answer choices
MEANINGS EXIST IN AND AMONG PEOPLE.
ENVIRONMENT AND NOISE AFFECT COMMUNICATION.
CHANNELS MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
SENDING AND RECEIVING ARE USUALLY SIMULTANEOUS.
Flag question: Question 9Question 91 pts
The text suggests several characteristics of an interpersonal relationship. Which of the following is not one of the criteria for that definition?
Group of answer choices
CONTEXT
INTERDEPENDENCE
SELF-DISCLOSURE
UNIQUENESS
Flag question: Question 10Question 101 pts
Rather than classifying some exchanges as intercultural and others as free from cultural influences, it’s more accurate to talk about:
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DEGREES OF CULTURAL SIGNIFICANCE
HIGH AND LOW CONTEXT
POWER DISTANCE
CO-CULTURES
Flag question: Question 11Question 111 pts
When a Mario places a great deal of importance of gaining wealth and getting a promotion while a Stephen believes in the importance of helping and supportive relationships, they are experiencing value differences associated with:
Group of answer choices
POWER DISTANCE
INDIVIDUALISM VS. COLLECTIVISM
ACHIEVEMENT VS. NURTURING
UNCERTAINTY AVOIDANCE
Flag question: Question 12Question 121 pts
High-context cultures tend to:
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VALUE CONCRETE TERMS
VALUE STRAIGHT TALK AND ASSERTIVENESS
VALUE AND EMPHASIZE NONVERBAL CUES TO MAINTAIN SOCIAL HARMONY:
VALUE VERBAL CUES
Flag question: Question 13Question 131 pts
Being able to deal with the uncertainty that surrounds most intercultural encounters is a sign of
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TOLERANCE FOR AMBIGUITY
ETHNOCENTRISM
ACCURATE ATTRIBUTIONS
DECODING COMPETENCE
Flag question: Question 14Question 141 pts
The Korean language has separate terms for older brother, oldest brother, younger sister, youngest sister, and so on. This is a reflection of:
Group of answer choices
UNCERTAINTY AVOIDANCE
INDIVIDUALISM VS. COLLECTIVISM
CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
POWER DISTANCE
Flag question: Question 15Question 151 pts
Teenagers may see the elderly as a(n):
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CO-CULTURE
IN-GROUP
OUT-GROUP
LOW CONTEXT
Flag question: Question 16Question 161 pts
The degree to which members of a culture feel threatened by ambiguous situations and try to stay away from them is known as:
Group of answer choices
CULTURAL PERCEPTION
AVOIDANCE PERCEPTION
POWER DISTANCE
UNCERTAINTY AVOIDANCE
Flag question: Question 17Question 171 pts
Workers in factories of ____________ cultures do not expect to be asked their opinion regarding managerial decisions.
Group of answer choices
HIGH-POWER DISTANCE
ACHIEVEMENT
LOW CONTEXT
INDIVIDUALISTIC
Flag question: Question 18Question 181 pts
When some professional athletes doggedly insist they can be of value to the team when past their prime, they are displaying which characteristic of self-concept?
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MULTIDIMENSIONAL
FLEXIBLE
RESISTS CHANGE
SUBJECTIVE
Flag question: Question 19Question 191 pts
The person you believe yourself to be in moments of honest examination is your:
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PRESENTING SELF
INTUITIVE SELF
PUBLIC SELF
PERCEIVED SELF
Flag question: Question 20Question 201 pts
Seeking information that conforms to an existing self-concept is called:
Group of answer choices
COGNITIVE CONSERVATION
SELF-FULFILLING PROPHECY
SOCIAL COMPARISON
REFLECTED APPRAISAL
Flag question: Question 21Question 211 pts
The communication strategies people use to influence how others view them is called:
Group of answer choices
IMPRESSION MANAGEMENT
SELF-CONCEPT
REFLECTED APPRAISAL
SOCIAL COMPARISON
Flag question: Question 22Question 221 pts
If you ever gave a speech and forgot your remarks, not because you were unprepared but because you were afraid, saying “I know I’ll blow it,” you experienced:
Group of answer choices
FEEDBACK
SOCIAL COMPARISON
CHARACTERISTICS OF SELF-CONCEPT
SELF-FULFILLING PROPHECY
Flag question: Question 23Question 231 pts
Joe thinks he is smart compared to everyone else in his algebra class. This is an example of how ___________ can define our self-concept.
Group of answer choices
SELF-MONITORING
IDENTITY MANAGEMENT
COGNITIVE CONSERVATISM
REFERENCE GROUPS
Flag question: Question 24Question 241 pts
All of the following are supported by research related to how the self-concept develops EXCEPT:
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CHILDREN RECOGNIZE “SELF” AS DISTINCT FROM SURROUNDINGS AT ABOUT AGE 6 OR 7 MONTHS.
SELF-CONCEPT DOES NOT EXIST AT BIRTH.
CHILDREN RECOGNIZE “SELF” AS DISTINCT FROM SURROUNDINGS AT ABOUT THE AGE OF 3 YEARS.
SELF-CONCEPT IS ALMOST TOTALLY A PRODUCT OF SOCIAL INTERACTION.
Flag question: Question 25Question 251 pts
For an appraisal to be regarded as important it must be:
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FROM ANY SOURCE
REASONABLE IN LIGHT OF WHAT WE BELIEVE ABOUT OURSELVES
SOMETIMES AND REPEATED
PERCEIVED AS IMPERSONAL
Flag question: Question 26Question 261 pts
You and your friend have an entirely different interpretation of a comment that a third friend made. This is due to:
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DIFFERENT PERCEPTIONS
DIFFERENT FIRST-ORDER REALITIES
DIFFERENT BACKGROUNDS
DIFFERENT SECOND-ORDER REALITIES
Flag question: Question 27Question 271 pts
You have a fight with your brother. Your mother thinks that you’re “just acting like normal siblings.” Your brother thinks you are jealous of him. This is an example of __________ reality.
Group of answer choices
SECOND-ORDER
EMPATHETIC
PERCEPTUAL
FIRST-ORDER
Flag question: Question 28Question 281 pts
We interpret situations based on:
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ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT HUMAN BEHAVIOR
FRIENDLINESS OF OTHERS
EMPATHY
HOW MUCH TALKING SOMEONE DOES WHEN WE MEET THEM
Flag question: Question 29Question 291 pts
Sven has had bad luck with dating in the past. He just went out with Olga and she didn’t call him back. He doesn’t think they’ll go out again. His interpretations are likely based on:
Group of answer choices
PERSONALITY
PERSONAL EXPERIENCE
ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT HUMAN BEHAVIOR
EXPECTATIONS
Flag question: Question 30Question 301 pts
Empathy requires all of the following except:
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COMMITMENT
IMAGINATION
OPEN-MINDEDNESS
FIRST-ORDER REALITY
Flag question: Question 31Question 311 pts
The term social scientists use to describe the process of attaching meaning to behavior is:
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SELECTION
PERCEPTION CHECKING
PUNCTUATION
ATTRIBUTION
Flag question: Question 32Question 321 pts
The process by which individuals influence each other’s perceptions through communication is known as:
Group of answer choices
INTERPRETATION
PUNCTUATION
ORGANIZATION
NEGOTIATION
Flag question: Question 33Question 331 pts
Freddie failed an exam and attributed the failure to poorly written test questions. Freddie engaged in the:
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SELF-SERVING BIAS
HALO EFFECT
EXPECTANCY VIOLATION
FUNDAMENTAL ATTRIBUTION ERROR
Flag question: Question 34Question 341 pts
You and your friend have an entirely different interpretation of a comment that a third friend made. This is due to:
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DIFFERENT BACKGROUNDS
DIFFERENT SECOND-ORDER REALITIES
DIFFERENT LEVELS OF SENSITIVITY
DIFFERENT FIRST-ORDER REALITIES
Flag question: Question 35Question 351 pts
Terms such as sick and tight may be interpreted by members of your in-group as compliments, but other people are likely to see them as insults. This is because ____________ differ(s) from group to group.
Group of answer choices
SLANG
EUPHEMISMS
DENOTATIONS
CONNOTATIONS
Flag question: Question 36Question 361 pts
When entering a public restroom, which set of language rules makes it possible for us to know whether to enter through the “Men’s” or “Women’s” door?
Group of answer choices
PRAGMATIC RULES
SEMANTIC RULES
SYNTACTIC RULES
PHONOLOGICAL RULES
Flag question: Question 37Question 371 pts
Communicators who want to set themselves apart from others adopt the strategy of ____________.
Group of answer choices
REJECTION
SEQUENTIAL PLACEMENT
DIVERGENCE
CONVERGENCE
Flag question: Question 38Question 381 pts
Using the term firefighter rather than fireman is an example of ____________ language.
Group of answer choices
STEREOTYPICAL
PRAGMATIC
GENDER-NEUTRAL
POLITICALLY INCORRECT
Flag question: Question 39Question 391 pts
Which statement does not contain powerless language?
Group of answer choices
LET’S MEET FOR LUNCH TOMORROW.
I GUESS THIS ASSIGNMENT IS NOT TOO DIFFICULT.
THIS MAY NOT BE FAIR, BUT I DON’T LIKE CHARLYCE.
CALL ME LATER, OKAY?
Flag question: Question 40Question 401 pts
The notion that the worldview of a culture is shaped and reflected by the language its members speak is known as:
Group of answer choices
CO-CULTURE.
LINGUISTIC RELATIVISM.
PREJUDICE.
ETHNOCENTRISM.
Flag question: Question 41Question 411 pts
This type of language unnecessarily differentiates between males and females:
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SEXIST.
FEMINIST.
ANDROGYNOUS
RACIST.
Flag question: Question 42Question 421 pts
Euphemisms are:
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TERMS SUCH AS FREEDOM, TRUTH, AND DEMOCRACY.
PLEASANT WORDS SUBSTITUTED FOR BLUNT ONES.
WORDS THAT APPEAR TO DESCRIBE BUT ACTUALLY ANNOUNCE A SPEAKER’S ATTITUDE.
WORDS THAT GAIN THEIR MEANING BY MAKING COMPARISONS.
Flag question: Question 43Question 431 pts
__________ is the term used to describe the study of how people communicate through bodily movements.
Group of answer choices
KINESICS
PARALANGUAGE
CHRONEMICS
HAPTICS
Flag question: Question 44Question 441 pts
Culturally understood substitutes for verbal expressions are known as:
Group of answer choices
REGULATORS.
EMBLEMS.
PARALINGUISTIC CUES.
ILLUSTRATORS.
Flag question: Question 45Question 451 pts
Edward T. Hall considers intimate distances to be:
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18 INCHES TO 4 FEET.
12 FEET TO 25 FEET.
4 FEET TO 12 FEET.
0 TO 18 INCHES.
Flag question: Question 46Question 461 pts
All of the following are characteristics of nonverbal communication except:
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ALL BEHAVIOR HAS COMMUNICATIVE VALUE.
NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION IS SPECIFIC.
NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION IS PRIMARILY RELATIONAL.
NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION IS AMBIGUOUS.
Flag question: Question 47Question 471 pts
__________ is the term used to describe the study of how humans use and structure time.
Group of answer choices
HAPTICS
CHRONEMICS
PROXEMICS
PARALANGUAGE
Flag question: Question 48Question 481 pts
The effect of an attractive room on the people working in it is an example of which type of nonverbal communication?
Group of answer choices
TERRITORIALITY
PROXEMICS
TOUCH
ENVIRONMENT
Flag question: Question 49Question 491 pts
The fact that most nonverbal cues are vague implies which characteristic of nonverbal communication?
Group of answer choices
CONTINUOUS
AMBIGUOUS
NONVERBAL IMPACT
UNCONSCIOUS
Flag question: Question 50Question 501 pts
Which distance is typically used when a teacher lectures in front of a large lecture class?
Group of answer choices
PUBLIC
TERRITORIAL
PERSONAL
SOCIAL
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