Interpersonal Communication

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1.  Each word represents a particular object or idea but it does not constitute the object or idea by itself. 
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2.  How other people see you and respond to you based on what you do, your culture, and your personality characteristics.
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3.  The set of perceptions a person about who he or she is.
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4.  Which of the following is NOT on of the three things that make something more likely to be selected.
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5.  Quick flash of true feeling.
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6.  When the intended meaning differs from the received meaning.
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7.  Which of the following is NOT one of the Four types of Schema
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8.  An expectation that resources and favors from one person in a relationship should be reciprocated back by the other person in the relationship.
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9.  How close you are to things and how that affects your judgement.
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10.  As relationships develop communication increases in breadth and depth.
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11.  Language influences the way culture see and think about the world.
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12.  A form of language that is considered vulgar, rude, or obscene in the context in which it is used.
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13.  Lacking the ability to see someone else's perspective.
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14.  Ability to understand different explanations for a situation or behavior
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15.  The tendency to attribute a range of behaviors to a single characteristic of a person.
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16.  What is physically observable about you. ex:body, clothes, possessions. 
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17.  The evaluative part of yourself, how worthy you view yourself.
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18.  Surprise, fear, anger, disgust, happiness, contempt, sadness are all examples of...
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19.  How you learn about the culture you were born into.
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20.  A specific form of profanity meant to degrade intimidate, or dehumanize people on the basis of their gender, national origin, sexual orientation, religion, race, disability, status or political or moral views
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21.  What you choose to remember about the past
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22.  Perceiving only what we want or expect to perceive. 
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23.  Implications or Interpretations of statements. Sarcastic, taking turns, how much to say, telling the truth, making sense.
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24.  Tendency to fail to consider that things change, people change, activities change, places change.
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25.  Generalization about groups of people that are applied to individual members of those groups.
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26.  A characteristic that discredits a person causing him/her to be seen as abnormal or undesirable.
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27.  A gender role characterized by the mixture of feminine and masculine traits.
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28.  Trying to organize what is important and what is not important.
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29.  An expectation gives rise to behaviors that cause the expectation to come true.
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30.  Terms that carry strongly positive or negative connotations.
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31.  People's self concept is influenced by their beliefs concerning what other people think of them
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32.  Using your voice with words to communicate.
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33.  Which of the following is not one of the three factors that influences perceptual accuracy?
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34.  An explanation for an observed behavior.
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35.  Communication that is rich or involving many channels at once.
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36.  Which of the following is not a form of Social Comparison?
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37.  The awareness of how you look, how you sound, and your behavior.
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38.  Which is not one of the three ways people respond to you.
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39.  Govern the ordering of words within phrases. How to combine words in meaningful ways.
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40.  Creating and image that sits the occasion or outcome you desire; The process of projecting one's desired public image.
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41.  Tending to focus or the more recent impression over earlier impressions when forming a perception.
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