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3/7/2016 clicker questions COMM 1210100-127:Perspectives on Human Communication

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COMM 1210100-127:Perspectives on Human Communication
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Date Created: 03/07/16
3/7/2016 Q: The six elements of paralanguage are: A. Eye movement, hand movement, leg positioning, posture, teeth baring and  torso orientation B. Pitch, resonance, articulation, tempo, volume and rhythm C. Anger, sadness, joy, fear, surprise, and indeterminate D. None of the above Q: An assertive statement is made up of 3 parts. 1) your perspective of the situation,  2) your feelings about the situation, and 3) A. Your need regarding the situation B. Command language that dictates the other person’s response C. A description of what prompted you to speak assertively D. Language that includes a disclaimer in case the other person becomes  agitated Q: Validation is letting someone know you completely agree with her/his words and  actions A. True  B. False Q: Within the Johari Window, your Blind Self represents: A. What others don;t want to tell you B. What you are unwilling to disclose to others C. The unconscious or subconscious D. Things that other can find out about you that you are unaware of.  Q: metamessages (rather than messages themselves) are often the source of  interpersonal conflicts or perceived problems A. True B. False Q: Validation can be communication both verbally and nonverbally  A. True B. False  Q: Based on the work of Gibb, hich of the following statements is true? A. Control is a defensive behavior and neutrality s a supportive behavior B. Empathy is supportive behavior and problem orientation is a defensive  behavior C. Superiority is a defensive behavior and equality is a supportive behavior D. Certainty is a supportive behavior and spontaneity is a defensive behavior  Q: One of the things that attribution theory suggests is that people tend to see cause and effect relationships where none exist A. True  B. False  Q: Which of the following statement about relational dialectics is NOT TRUE A. Partners in healthy relationships continue to navigate these tensions  throughout the relationship  B. It is this navigation of the tensions that strengthens the relationship C. One dialectic winning out is the sign of an unhealthy relationship  D. NONE­that is, all of the above are true statements Q: One way to think of shared social space is a kind of context where certain tyes od interactions might take place A. True  B. False  Q: metaphorical language appears in everyday talk and provides linguistic shorthand to describe difficult­to­articulate  and painful feelings  A. True B. False  Q: Attachment theory suggests that one of three bonds can be established between  infants  and caregivers. These are: A. Verbal, nonverbal, incongruent B. Secure, anxious­ambivalent, and avoidant C. Blind, open, hidden  D. Close, distant, mid range  Q: Male performances of hegemonic masculinity include empathic listening, backing  down from arguments, and asking for help in difficult situations A. True  B. False  Q: Engstrom believes that if we can change the way students talk about alcohol,  they will   A. Drink less overall B. Be less likely to engage in (or support) drunken misconduct  C. Serve as role models for their professors  D. Turn to healthier coping strategies  Answers: B, A, B, D, A, A, C, A, D, A, A, B, B, B   


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