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Chapter 12 1. Define cohesiveness, as it relates to small group dynamics. 2. What (who) are aggressors, in the small group situation? 3. Name the four negative roles sometimes carried out in a small group. 4. True or False: Being a monopolizer is a negative role. 5. What are the three maintenance roles carried out by members of small groups? 6. What are the four task roles carried out by members of small groups? 7. Pick one task role and define it. 8. Name the two types of problem solving. 9. Define questions of fact, policy, and value. 10. Research shows that (fill in the number) is the optimum number of group members.
Chapter 13 1. What are the major differences between a task-oriented leader and a person-oriented leader? 2. What is leadership? 3. What does it take to reach a goal? 4. True or False: A leader encourages the expression of ideas and feelings. 5. What are the functions of an effective leader? 6. What ability requires you to know when to ask questions and what kind of questions to ask? 7. What is a consensus? 8. According to Ralph White and Ronald Lippitt, more work is done under which type of leader? 9. What are the four essential purposes of questioning? 10. What are the differences between the exercise of influence and the exercise of raw power?
Chapter 1 1. What is interpersonal communication? 2. True or False: In IPC, meaning is created through sending and receiving messages. 3. List the five different kinds of context settings. 4. What is the difference between decoding and encoding? 5. What are the three different kinds of noises?
Chapter 2 1. What is perception? 2. What is the difference between self-image and self-esteem? 3. What is the halo effect? 4. What are three ways interactions between self-esteem and communication relate? 5. What are the four guidelines for improving social perception?
Chapter 3 1. What is language? 2. What is denotation? 3. Explain dating generalizations. 4. Why is non-parallel language belittling? 5. What is marking?
Chapter 4 1. What are the characteristics of nonverbal communication? 2. What is the technical name for body motions? 3. Define paralanguage. 4. What are the four characteristics of voice? 5. What is haptics?
Chapter 5 What are the three interpersonal needs that all of us have, according to psychologist William Schutz? How can we define interpersonal relationship? How can relationships be understood, according to exchange theory? How does the textbook define family? We can maintain a positive climate for communication, by engaging in communication that is perceived as being a. b. c. d.
Chapter 6 1. What are five characteristics of effective conversationalists? 2. A speaker who tells you that Marge is having an affair with Lenny, after seeing them discussing a book at a coffee shop one afternoon is guilty of violating which conversational maxim of the cooperative principle? 3. What are seven guidelines for mastering the skill of turn taking? a. b. c. d. e. f. g.
Chapter 6, con’t. 4.Describe a difference in self-disclosure that has to do with culture. 5.Describe a difference in self-disclosure that has to do with gender. 6.What harm can come from withholding or masking feelings? 7.When do displays of feelings become detrimental to communication? 8.What are three advantages of describing feelings? 9.What are five reasons people often avoid describing feelings? 10.Why are vague referents often used in place of owning feelings?