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Jillian Graham
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jillian Graham on Saturday September 12, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to SPCM 1500 at University of Georgia taught by Basinger in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 28 views. For similar materials see /class/202377/spcm-1500-university-of-georgia in Speech & Communication at University of Georgia.




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Date Created: 09/12/15
SPCM 1500 Test 1 Study Guide What makes a de nition useful Useful de nitions describe a concept well and discriminate Different definitions of communication a discriminatory response by an organism to a stimulus when one person ascribes meaning to another persons behavior when a source shares a message with one or more receivers with the intent of in uencing the receivers behaviors Types of communication intrapersonal interpersonal small group etc Intrapersonal Interpersonal Small group Organizational Mass Public Principles of interpersonal communication irreversible symbolic rulegovemed learned goaloriented and strategic Models of communication Linear Model sender gt message gt receiver Interactional Model sender gt messagenoise gt receiver Transactiona1 Model J 39ver gt 39 aimed eld of experience gt senderreceiver Types of noise Physical stimuli outside of sender or receiver that makes the message dif cult to hear Physiological biological in uences in message reception Psychological any hindrance in the mind biases prejudices and feeling towards a personmessage Semantic when senders and receiver apply incongruent meanings to a message Sender Receiver Message Field of experience Situational and Developmental views Situational Small number of communicators 2 is ideal Face to face MaXimum sensory input enabled by the close proximity of the contact Smell touch etc There is the opportunity to use every sense No intermediaries Skype mailman translator No mechanical devices Immediate feedback Phones have a slight delay Developmental Level of information used to make predictions Cultural Language beliefs behaviors shared by a large group Sociological Based on group af liations Psychological interpersonal Based on known idiosyncrasies of the communicators Levels of Knowing Descriptive physical characteristics Can physically describe the person to someone else well enough to distinguish himher from others Predictive moderately interpersonal Can predict hisher behavior Explanatory very interpersonal Have knowledge of why the person behaves the way heshe does Rules that govern the relationship Extrinsic not interpersonal Society imposed rules What sort of topics do we avoid on first dates How do we treat punctuality on first dates Intrinsic Implicitly or explicitly negotiated by relational partners No cheating no being loud while studying Stimulus generalization vs stimulus discrimination O Stimulus Generalization Occurs when Asking quothow is this person like others with similar qualitiesquot 39 Predicting based on cultural or sociological information 39 Knowing at the descriptive or predictive levels Responding based on extrinsic rules 0 Stimulus Discrimination Occurs when Asking how this person is different than others with similar qualities 39 Predicting based upon psychological information 39 Knowing at the explanatory level Responding based on intrinsic rules Perception the process of using our senses to respond to stimuli Stages of perception 0 Attending and Selecting O Organizing O Interpreting 0 Retrieving Selective perception choosing to attend to some stimuli and ignore others Relational schema mental framework used to understand experience and guide behavior leadership style work ethic personality characteristics etc Selective retention recalling information that agrees with our perceptions and forgetting information that does not In uences on perception 0 Culture 0 Physical factors 0 Technology choosing to break up with someone via text 0 Sense of self 0 Sex and gender Gender roles androgynous masculine feminine undifferentiated chart Gender role socialization process by which men and women learn gender roles Gender schema framework to process and categorize as masculine or feminine Self concept Self awareness Self esteem Self Awareness information we know about ourselves j ohari window SelfEsteem an evaluation of how we perceive ourselves exists along an evaluative continuum relatively stable and enduring Self presentation identity management face Self Presentation We manipulate the quotselfquot that we convey to other people This is called identity management FAce image we person to other positive face negative face Self Monitoring actively thinking about and controlling our behaviors and actions Low self Monitors possess a narrow repertoire of behaviors behave consistently across a variety of situations HIgh self monitors pay attention to the behaviors of others in social situations prefer situations with clear guidelines for behavior adept at reading other peoples facial expressions Attribution Theory consensus consistency distinctiveness Internalexternal attributions Stableunstable attributions Attribution biases Culture co culture in groups and out groups Principles of culture Intercultural communication


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