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Intro to IPC chapters 1, 2, and 3 study guide

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Intro to IPC chapters 1, 2, and 3 study guide COMM 1076

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intro to IPC chapters 1,2, and 3 review vocab and Ideas
Intro to Interpersonal communication (COMM-1076-002)
Dr. Shaorong Huang
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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by RachelB on Thursday February 4, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to COMM 1076 at University of Cincinnati taught by Dr. Shaorong Huang in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 69 views. For similar materials see Intro to Interpersonal communication (COMM-1076-002) in Psychlogy at University of Cincinnati.


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Intro to Interpersonal Communications Buckel Professor Huang Chapters 1, 2, &3 review All definitions can be found in the notes on StudySoup! Chapter 1 Physical needs Identity needs Social needs Practical needs Linear model Interactive model Transactional model External noise Physiological noise Psychological noise Content dimension Relational dimension Uniqueness Interdependence Self-disclosure Intrinsic rewards Communication competence Adaptability Involvement Cognitive complexity Self-monitoring Leanness Asynchronicity Permanence Chapter 3 Reflected Appraisal Significant other Social comparison Reference Groups Self-Concept Public vs Private presenting Appearance vs setting Self-Disclosure Social Penetration Model Breadth vs depth Johari Window Model Catharsis Self-clarification Self-validation Reciprocity Impression formation Relationship maintenance and enhancement Silence, lying, equivocation, hinting, and ethics of evasion instead of self-disclosure Chapter 4 First-order reality Second-order reality Selection Organization Interpretation Negotiation Physiological Influences Senses Age Health and fatigue Biological Cycles Neurobehavioral Challenges Psychological influences Mood Self-concept Social Influences Sex and gender roles Occupational roles Relational roles Cultural influences Self-serving bias Perception checking Building empathy Empathy Emotion contagion Ethics Requirements for building empathy


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