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Multiple Choice Questions   1) Which of the following is most likely an example of a relationship of choice? A)coworkers B)classmates C)teammate D)counselor   2) Which of the following is most likely an example of a relationship of circumstance? A) your lover B)your friend C)your physician D)your classmate   3) Steven and Sean have been friends for a long time, but it is.
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    11) The approach that represents a model of self-disclosure that reflects both breadth and depth of shared information is A) the Johari window. B)implicit personality theory. C)the communibiological approach. D)the social penetration model.   12) A highly intimate, close relationship in which a large amount of self-disclosure has occurred over a wide range of topics.
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    21) Each of the following is a strategy for avoiding pseudoconflict EXCEPT: A) Keep the conversation focused on the issues at hand. B)Check your perceptions. C)Listen between the lines. D)Establish a supportive rather than a defensive climate for conversation.   22)  Alistair’s friend Ivana is going to go to a baseball game tonight and has.
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    12)Define/explain communication privacy management theory.   13)Arrange the five levels of self-disclosure described by John Powell, from the LEAST to the MOST revealing.   14)Brenna has been working with Olivia for two months as a retail clerk. They have shared lunch breaks together, gone to the movies, and even visited each other’s apartments. Now.
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    21)Unbridled and uncensored emotional outbursts usually enhance the quality of an interpersonal relationship and help to bring the conflict out in the open.   22)Scott is angry with Al, but he isn’t sure why. He is, therefore, having difficulty managing his anger. Scott needs to realize that understanding what’s behind his anger.
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    21) At which stage of relational escalation is physical contact and risky self-disclosure most likely to first appear? A)acquaintance B)exploration C)intensification D)intimacy   22) Paul and Henrietta are both aware of a mutual attraction between them. They talk before class each day, but mostly about how the class is going and what they think about the.
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    11)Kurdek found that regardless of whether couples are heterosexual, gay, or lesbian, several topics or issues serve as conflict triggers.   12)“But” messages often have the effect of diminishing the positive sentiment one expresses with “I” language.   13)When using effective listening, sometimes the best thing to do after describing the conflictproducing events is.
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    11)Personal space represents a zone ranging from approximately 1.5 feet to 4 feet away.   12)While most people like touching, it isn’t vital to our personal development.   13)A woman who is physically attractive finds it easier to persuade others than a woman who is not physically attractive.   14)Trying to interpret what an individual is.
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      Matching Sequences     2. Match the description with the appropriate theory. 1)theory that members of a society are bound A) symbolic interaction theory together through common use of symbols 2)theory that describes how use of language B) linguistic determinism influences thoughts and perceptions 3)theory that each language includes some C) Sapir-Whorf hypothesis unique features.
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  21)Filtering is a process in which we increase the number of partners at each stage of relational development by applying selection criteria that a potential close friend must meet.   22)The main premise of the social penetration theory is that the movement toward intimacy is connected to increased breadth and depth of.
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    11) Josephus can’t seem to talk without using his hands. He is always pointing, and shaping, and indicating size when he talks. How would you classify Josephus’ actions? A)illustrators B)regulators C)emblems D)adaptors   12) In your public speaking class, you are asked to evaluate the delivery of a classmate. You critique her vocal characteristics, her eye.
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    11)Casual banter, a sub-stage of the acquaintance stage, might occur before or without the introduction sub-stage and involves talking about impersonal topics with little or no selfdisclosure.   12)Relationships of circumstance can also be relationships of choice.   13)We would be LESS likely to share a family secret if we thought the secret would.
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    31) At which stage of relational de-escalation will partners tend to define their lives more as separate and themselves less as a couple, and using “me” more than “we”? A)turmoil B)deintensification C)individualization D)separation   32) After her separation from Lisa, Sara has begun to tell a “prepared” statement about the cause(s) of the break-up and to.
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    True/False Questions   1)In their relationship, neither Bette nor Sam wants to take control or make decisions. This type of relationship is known as a competitive symmetrical relationship.   2)In their relationship, Ida and Harold tend to share power and that power tends to shift back and forth between them, depending on situations. This.
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    True/False Questions   1)The prime experiences in life that shape how we learn to express and manage conflict occur in the families in which we grew up.   2)We should do everything we can to eliminate conflict from our relationships.   3)Experts surmise that one reason that violence is so prevalent in many relationships is that.
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    9) Provide an appropriate perception check for the following situation: You walk into the Student Union to meet Brandy for lunch. When you sit down at the table, Brandy turns away from you, averts her eyes, says she isn’t hungry, and gives only brief replies to your comments.   10)Why are nonverbal.
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    11)Explain how you might use the conflict management skills of managing emotions, information, goals, and problems in the following situation: You and your roommate agreed on a schedule and responsibilities for chores. At first, all went well. Then gradually, week after week, one excuse after another, your roommate began to.
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    21)When Professor Glass lectures behind a lectern, far from her students, she is exhibiting immediacy.   22)A tell is a nonverbal cue, such as a facial expression, body posture, or eye behavior, that gives away what we are thinking and feeling.   23)High-status individuals usually have less space around them.   24)Shaking your head to indicate.
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    Short Answer/Essay Questions   1)How does your voice provide information about your self-confidence?   2)List the names and distances, in order from closest to farthest, of Hall’s four spacial zones.   3) Identify and explain two of the four stages of quasi-courtship behavior.     .
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    Matching Sequences   1. Match the example with the type of conflict. 1)Sylvia and Carl are arguing because Sylvia A) pseudoconflictego conflict thought Carl was making fun of her when he called Sylvia a “spoiled brat.” Carl really meant it as a term of endearment. 2)Sylvia and Carl are arguing because Carl B) simple.
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  Multiple Choice Questions   1) Which of the following is NOT one of the elements of interpersonal conflict suggested by Wilmot and Hocker? A)at least two interdependent people B)a covert struggle C)perceived incompatible goals, scarce resources, or interference from others D)attempt(s) to achieve specific goals   2) Karah, a teenager, rolls her eyes and walks away when Tammy,.
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    Short Answer/Essay Questions   1)Define interdependent.   2)Interpersonal conflict includes four elements.  What are they?   3)In graphic form, draw the five conflict management styles in relation to concern for others and concern for self.       .
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    Short Answer/Essay Questions   1) Describe the differences between causal and reflective turning points in a relationship.   2)Explain the basic concept of social exchange theory.   3)Explain Steve Duck’s concept of the process of filtering as it relates to the stages of development of a relationship.     .
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    True/False Questions   1)We communicate almost 93 percent of the emotional meaning of our messages nonverbally.   2)When the verbal and nonverbal messages contradict, we tend to put more faith in the verbal.   3)Verbal messages are easier to fake than nonverbal messages.   4)While words are discrete, nonverbal behaviors are continuous.     5)Rules for nonverbal behaviors are culturally based.   6)The.
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    Matching Sequences   1. Match the example on the left with the term on the right. 1) two fingers held up in a “V” to signify “peace”A) emblem 2) raising your hand in a classroomB) regulator 3) conversing with good friends and family membersC) illustrator 4) pointing your index figure upward to indicate that someone just went.
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    21) While a person’s facial expression and vocal cues communicate a specific emotional response, his or her posture and gestures communicate the ________ of the emotion expressed. A) reality B)interpretation C)intensity D)specificity   22) In which of the following zones is interpersonal communication LEAST likely? A) intimate B)personal C)social D)public   23) Oftentimes, a student will sit in the same.
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    3. Match the definition on the left with the term on the right. 1)the mirroring of each other’s nonverbal A) proxemics behavior by communication partners 2)nonverbal cues that have specific, generally B) interactional synchrony understood meanings in a given culture 3)study of how close or far away from people C) emblems and objects.
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s Multiple Choice Questions   1) According to Mehrabian, what percentage of the emotional meaning of a message is communicated through explicit verbal channels? A)7% B)37% C)57% D)97%   2) Which of the following is NOT a cue associated with lying? A)less smiling B)increased shifts in posture C)slurring of words D)reduced eye contact   3) According to Mehrabian, what percentage of the emotional meaning of.
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