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    23)What is casual banter and where/when might it occur?   24)Define the reciprocation of liking.   Matching Sequences   1. Match the definition with the term. 1)degree to which a person’s sense of self is A) interpersonal intimacy accepted and confirmed by another person in a relationship 2)degree to which you want to form or B) interpersonal attraction.
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Multiple Choice Questions   1) When two people have a relationship based on feelings of warmth, understanding, and emotional connection, this is known as A) passion-based intimacy. B)emotive intimacy. C)friendship-based intimacy. D)an empathic union.   2) Which of the following factors is NOT among those most related to the development of college friendships? A) similarity of attitudes B)reciprocated.
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    21)Not disclosing to your romantic partner that you were once married is an example of deception by omission.   22)Interpersonal deception theory is an explanation of deception and detection as a linear process affected by the interplay between the deceiver and the detector.   23)Deception can be harmful to relationships as well as to.
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    21)Although people make new friends during their late adulthood, they value their longestablished friendships the most. 22)According to the research reported in your textbook, as friends get older, they engage in more negative self-disclosure.   23)Individuals who use many affinity-seeking strategies are more likely to be perceived as likeable.   24)Approachability cues indicate that a.
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  3. Match the description with the appropriate theory. 1)theory that claims people make relationship A) social exchange theory decisions by assessing and comparing the costs and rewards 2)theory that relational development occurs in B) relational dialectics theory conjunction with various tensions that exist in all relationships 3)theory of relational development that C) social.
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    31) Each of the following is listed as a reason for engaging in a “friends with benefits” relationship EXCEPT: A)avoidance of relational commitment B)avoidance of specific relational maintenance rules C)a desire to engage in sex with a friend D) a desire to feel closer to the friend   32) According to the triangular theory of.
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    31)Uncertainty reduction theory suggests that we are driven to gain information that reduces our uncertainty.   32)Passionate love is love that develops over time as partners become more entwined, mutually responsive to needs, and attached, while feelings of trust and caring increase.   33)The ludis love style means practical.   34)Passion-based intimacy is based on feelings.
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  Multiple Choice Questions   1) All of the following are true of families EXCEPT: A) Families are dynamic and changing. B)Communication is a key element that underlies the very existence of family. C)Families are self-defined. D)Families include three or more people.   2) Heidi and Gunther live with their biological parents. What type of family would this.
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    True/False Questions   1)Only children have fewer friends than children with siblings.   2)Today, around 10 percent of all American families consist of a working father and a stay-athome mother.   3)The extended family is the fastest growing type of family in the United States today.   4)Regardless of the current status of your family, you have only.
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    21) According to Virginia Satir, the single factor determining the kinds of relationships we make with others is A)good family communication. B)the category or type of family we grew up in. C)the adaptability lessons we learned from our family. D)the ages of the children relative to the ages of the parents.   22) The three basic.
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    21) In this stage of the ending of a relationship, one or both partners use a public story that they can share with others about what happened. A)grave-dressing B)social C)intrapsychic D)dyadic   22) Each of the following is identified as one of the paths a relationship takes to dissolution EXCEPT: A)sudden death B)fading away C)unplanned extinction D)incrementalism       23) Seemingly out of.
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    True/False Questions   1)Failure events can be implicit or explicit.   2)Reproaches are usually indirect statements conveyed through hints or nonverbal messages.   3)Embellishment or exaggeration is an example of deception by omission.   4)Baldfaced lies are outright falsifications of information intended to deceive the listener and impact the behavior of those who hear them more than white.
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    11)Obsessive relational intrusion is marked by such behaviors as unregulated self-disclosing, arranging coincidental meetings, and expressing a desire for physical contact.   12)Obsessive relational intrusion is another name for stalking.   13)When Emily and Larry start asking each other whether their relationship is working, and whether they should continue to see each other exclusively,.
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    11) Which of the following is TRUE concerning “love” in the context of romantic relationships? A) People describe love relationships as less intimate than close friendships. B)People like their romantic partners only slightly more than they do their friends. C)Men and women show about the same ability to distinguish between love and.
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Multiple Choice Questions   1) In essence, we forgive others for a failure event when A) our retaliation attempts fail. B)it is culturally correct to do so. C)it is in our own best interest to do so. D)we are physically separated.   2) What did Cupach and Spitzberg describe as a repeated non-threatening invasion of a person’s.
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    7) Darlene and Bill have always been firm disciplinarians. Family has always been first in every decision. They expect their children to be well behaved and obey the rules. Their oldest boy is now 17 and is displaying some alarming behaviors. He is increasingly argumentative, refuses to do his chores,.
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    True/False Questions   1)If we maintain our best friendships from high school, our likelihood of forming new best friends in college is reduced.   2)The number of friends married people have tends to stay about the same over the course of their lives.   3)Males tend to define their friendships in terms of activities.   4)Men tend to.
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    Short Answer/Essay Questions   1) What is meant by relationship-specific social decentering?   2) What are the five skills and strategies used primarily during the initiation stage of a relationship?   3)What is the underlying assumption of uncertainty reduction theory?     .
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    Short Answer/Essay Questions   1) Describe the difference between a reproach and an account.   2) Define and give an example of a failure event.   3)Why would someone offer a self-initiated account of a failure event?   4)List and briefly describe the elements of four typical types of accounts.     .
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    31) When Anna was the initiator of the end to her relationship with Tomas, she affirmed his positive qualities and worth, while declaring the end to their relationship. This is an example of Anna using A)justification. B)negative identity management. C)pseudo-de-escalation. D)a positive tone.   32) After her break-up with Simon, Peg adjusted her perspective on relationships.
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    9)What is “hooking up?”   10)You are a senior in college; your new roommate, through a glitch in the student development office, is a freshman.  He is having a great deal of difficulty forming relationships with members of the opposite sex.  Because of your expertise in interpersonal communication, you offer to help.
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    11)In the triangular theory of love, romantic love is passion plus intimacy.   12)Our first childhood friendships are usually superficial and self-centered.   13)Compared to a ludis type of love, storge love usually develops over a longer period of time.   14)Similarities between friends are greater at larger universities than at smaller ones, because the larger.
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    12) Paulo and Ivan are romantically attracted to each other. Both males, they are racially and culturally quite different from one another. Based on what you’ve learned about relationships that challenge social norms, what can you tell them they can expect to experience as they go forward with their relationship?     .
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    11) Laughing as a reaction to a potentially hurtful comment by another person is a(n) ___________ response. A)invulnerable B)vulnerable C)active verbal D)acquiescent   12) When Albert calls his housemate Mark a slob, Mark responds with, “Right! Why don’t you take a closer look at your room?” Mark’s reaction is best characterized as a(n) ___________ response. A).
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  21) Passion plus commitment leads to A) romantic love. B)companionate love. C)liking. D)fatuous love.   22) Toni has been secretly in love with Janessa for about two years.  They are good friends, but Toni wants to move things to a more romantic level.  When he talks to Janessa about his feelings, she very kindly but.
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    11)Most employers try to discourage grapevine communication because it gets in the way of productivity.   12)Outward communication involves the organization communicating its message out to consumers.   13)Homosexual couples do not meet the definition of a family provided by your textbook.   14)A nuclear family and a natural family are two terms for the same.
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