Communication

Question 1. 1. Which of the following guidelines are most correct regarding rules for responding to self-disclosure? (C)
Respond back immediately, support the person disclosing, and listen critically.
Listen critically, never use the disclosure against the other person, don’t get involved in disclosing yourself.
Support the person disclosing, keep their disclosures confidential, listen critically.
Don’t get involved in disclosing yourself, support the person disclosing, listen critically.


Question 2. 2. Which of the following is NOT one of the stages of listening? (D)
Clearly hearing the message
Evaluating the message
Correctly interpreting the message
Responding if the message is important to you


Question 3. 3. My boss, Josie, is a great supervisor because she listens to each employee’s concerns and ideas. Josie is an example of a: (D)
Social schema
Stereotype
Person Schema
Prototype


Question 4. 4. All of the following are true of what typically occurs when first meeting someone EXCEPT: (C)
First impressions are based mostly on facial appearance.
We form our impressions of others within less than a second of meeting them.
We form conclusions about a person’s competence, attractiveness, and likability immediately upon meeting him or her.
While first impressions are very important, over time first impressions fade fairly easily when we get to know someone better.


Question 5. 5. Each of the following is a primary principle of communication in relationships EXCEPT: (A)
Communication is personalized.
Communication involves expectations.
Communication must be symmetrical.
Communication involves content and relationship dimensions.


Question 6. 6. Sarah and Jim just ended their five-year romantic relationship. For Jim, this is the third romantic relationship that has ended. Jim tells his father that he “is done with romance!” Jim’s statement is an example that: (B)
we tend to overreact when negative emotions are first felt.
romantic relationships are complex, and dissolution of them is painful.
most people repeat the same patterns in their romantic relationships such that when one fails, they will all likely dissolve at some point.
Jim needs to work on his care-giving skills if he is to have a romantic relationship that succeeds.


Question 7. 7. All of the following are true about family relationships EXCEPT: (B)
Families today are any social group of two or more people who have a long-term commitment to one another and often live together.
Family relationships for many people consist of two families: their family of origin and a family they create for themselves in adulthood.
Families are interconnected systems which may be dysfunctional.
Families are made up of people who are biologically related.


Question 8. 8. All of the following are myths about conflict in interpersonal relationships EXCEPT: (C)
conflict should not be avoided.
if two people experience relationship conflict, it means their relationship is in trouble.
conflict damages interpersonal relationships.
conflict is destructive because it reveals our negative selves.


Question 9. 9. Donna and Mike have struggled lately to understand each other. As their wedding approaches, Donna fears they have fundamental differences which may strain their marriage if the issues are not addressed. As they finish dinner, Donna says, “Mike, I am afraid that our differences about which church to support as a married couple may create hard feelings between us. Will you talk about our differences with me?” Donna's statement is an example of: (B)
appropriate identification of her feeling but an inappropriate use of an “I” message.
appropriate identification of her feeling and an appropriate use of an “I” message.
inappropriate identification of her feeling and an inappropriate use of an “I” message.
appropriate identification of her feeling but an inappropriate time and place to discuss feelings.


Question 10. 10. One of the benefits of relational conflict is that: (C)
once it is over, the winner knows how to approach future conflicts to achieve his/her goals.
it forces individuals to examine a problem and often leads to personal growth of both parties involved in the conflict.
people are forced to deal with important issues that can have lasting effects on their relationships.
the occurrences of conflict tend to escalate over time so people aren’t caught off guard when relationships dissolve.

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  1. 1-2. Agree

    3. Disagree. Look up definition of prototype.

    4. Agree

    5. DK for sure, but would go with your answer.

    6. Would go more with A

    7. Disagree, when you marry someone are you biologically related?

    8. Don't avoid conflicts. This would lead to long-term unexpressed resentments that will damage the relationship.

    9. Agree

    10. Disagree. I think conflicts that are resolved can lead to personal growth.

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