Communication Studies 100 Final Exam True or False

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With advances in technology, few differences exist between face – to – face and computer mediated communication.
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False
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Sunglasses may be regarded as communication noise.
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True
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Daydreaming is an example of psychological noise.
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True
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Some communication has no effect on those involved in the process.
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False
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Ambiguity is tolerated more in low-uncertainty-avoidance cultures than in high-uncertainty-avoidance cultures.
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True
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All messages involve content and relationship dimensions.
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True
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Choice points are moments when you have to make choices regarding your communication.
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True
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The punctuation of communication is the segmenting of the continuous stream of communication into smaller pieces.
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True
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Communication is a reversible and erasable process.
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False
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Competence refers to your interpersonal communication abilities rather than to small group or public speaking abilities.
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False
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People are either ethnocentric or not ethnocentric.
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False
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The looking glass self is based on the idea of how you see yourself directly.
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Your ability to achieve what your culture defines as success will contribute to a positive self-concept.
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True
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Self awareness is basic to all communication
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True
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No one should hesitate to self-disclose information about himself or herself regardless of the immediate audience.
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False
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One recommended way to resist the pressure to self-disclose is toe be indirect and change the topic.
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True
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Telling people information about themselves that they do not know is one way to self-disclose.
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\”Work on projects that will result in success\” is one of the ways to improve the self-esteem.
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True
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It’s frequently recommended that you remind yourself of your successes by using affirmations.
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True
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Annie thought the movie was great even though the beginning was boring. Annie experienced the recency effect.
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True
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One way to increase accuracy in perception is to reduce your uncertainty.
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True
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The self-serving bias is when you take credit for the negative and deny any responsibility for the positive.
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False.
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The last stage of the perception process is memory.
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False
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Proficiency in sending and receiving nonverbal messages can directly affect a person’s popularity.
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True
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Your facial expressions influence your own level of emotional arousal.
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True
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Emblems are generally paralinguistic cues.
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False
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During team meetings, Luc doodles. This is an example of a self-adapter.
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False
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The personal distance is the closest of all of Halls four distances and ranges from the close phase of actual touching to the far phase of 6 to 18 inches.
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False (Intimate is closest)
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Your regular seat in a classroom is an example of a secondary territory.
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True
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The two important messages that smell communicates are attraction and identification
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True
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Silence tends to serve the same functions is most cultures.
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False
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Another term for time communication is haptics.
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False
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Monochronemic societies tend to schedule many different tasks at one time.
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False
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Eye messages vary with both culture and gender.
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True
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Asking a gas station attendant for directions is not considered interpersonal communication
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False
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The most common nonverbal greeting, especially in business, is the handshake.
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The fourth step of the conversation, the feedback stage, is the reverse of the opening.
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False
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The closing stage of a conversation usually signals some degree of supportiveness
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True
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Both speakers and listeners may offer turn-taking cues in conversations
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True
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Turn-requesting cues let the speaker know that you would like to say something and take a turn as speaker.
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Back channeling cues are used to communicate carious types of information back to the speaker.
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True
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Turn maintaining cues do not allow you to communicate your wish to maintain the role of speaker.
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Dialogic communication is communication in which people exhibit respect and concern for one another.
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True
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Immediacy does not provide a sense of togetherness, of oneness, between speaker and listener
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False
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Effective conversationalists need to be flexible
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True
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Small talk only happens in person and not in computer mediated communication
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False
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The contact stage does not involve interactional and perceptual processes
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False
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During the involvement stage, your test messaging and Facebook interactions may intensify.
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True
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Manic love is a peaceful and tranquil love.
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False
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Some partners may pause during deterioration and try to seek repair, while others may progress without stopping to dissolution.
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True
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Conformity orientation refers to the degree to which family members can speak their minds.
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False
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Agapic love is compassionate and selfless
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True
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According to rules theory, romantic partners should acknowledge each other’s individual identities and lives beyond the relationship
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True
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Bullying is a behavior that has become a pattern
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True
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According to the principle of similarity, if you could construct your mate, it’s likely that your mate would look, act, and think very much like you.
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True
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People must be interdependent to engage in interpersonal conflict
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True
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Interpersonal conflict occurs only when relationships are in trouble
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False
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Interpersonal conflict can only lead to negative effects
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False
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Most conflicts contain elements of disagreement about content and relationship
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True
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In collectivistic cultures, conflicts most often involve violations of larger group norms and values
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True
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The consequence of the avoiding conflict management strategy is that both parties lose.
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True
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The conflict management strategies people choose are generally not influenced by their family histories.
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False
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Generally, fighting actively is preferable to avoiding conflict.
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False
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Neutrality is a supportive conflict management strategy
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False

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