SPCH 205 Interpersonal Communication

Ms. Amy Veuleman
1. An important device to help eplore the role sel! disclosure plays in relationships
is
a. model o! relational development
". relational penetration model
c. #ohari $indo$
d. none o! the a"ove
2. %hich o! the !ollo$in& is a &uideline !or ade'uate sel! disclosure
a. sel! disclosure should ta(e place !re'uently in a relationship
". sel! disclosure is sa!est amon& t$o persons not a &roup
c. relationships should "e characteri)ed "y constant disclosure
d. $ait !or another to disclose "e!ore you do
*. +o 'uali!y as sel! disclosure a statement must
a. "e si&ni!icant
". "e intentional
c. not (no$n "y others
d. all o! the a"ove
,. %hat are the !our 'uadrants o! the -ohari %indo$.
a. open/ closed/ neutral/ un(no$n
". open/ "lind/ un(no$n/ concealed
c. open/ hidden/ un(no$n/ neutral
d. open/ "lind/ hidden/ un(no$n
5. +he si)es o! the 'uadrants in the -ohari %indo$ chan&e
a. accordin& to our moods
". accordin& to the su"#ect $e are discussin&
c. accordin& to the person $e are spea(in& $ith
d. all o! the a"ove
0. +he most visi"le $ay a discon!irmin& messa&e rein!orces one another is termed a
a. de1escalatory con!lict spiral
". spiral
c. escalatory con!lict spiral
d. impervious dyad
2. %hich de!ense mechanism is not mentioned in your tet.
a. apathy
". compensation
c. pur&in&
d. displacement
3. %hich o! the !ollo$in& can "e a con!irmin& response.
a. a&reein& $ith another4s opinion
". praisin& another individual
c. reco&ni)in& another person
d. all o! the a"ove
5. +his personal con!lict style is one in $hich an individual avoids the con!lict
re!usin& to participate.
a. passive a&&ression
". nonassertion
c. cra)yma(in&
d. assertion
10. +his method o! handlin& personal con!lict is $hen the other individual simply
&ives in to the others needs re!usin& to en&a&e in ar&ument.
a. avoidance
". accommodation
c. passive a&&ression
d. apathy
11. +his de!ense mechanism is characteri)ed "y a pretense o! not carin&
a. repression
". re&ression
c. apathy
d. compensation
12. %in1%in con!lict resolution style is recommended as a positive $ay o! handlin&
con!lict "ecause it
a. &uarantees your demands $ill "e met
". lets dyads epress their physical a&&ression in a non harm!ul manner
c. allo$s !or clear epression o! di!!erences and $ants
d. allo$s !or the spontaneous epression o! personal !eelin&s
1*. 6pposin& and continuous tensions that are normal in all close relationships are
a. em"edded contets
". dialectical tensions
c. autonomous connections
d. none o! the a"ove
1,. +his particular sta&e in relationship development is one in $hich initial contact is
made
a. eperimentin&
". initiatin&
c. intensi!yin&
d. inte&ratin&
15. +he hallmar( o! this sta&e is small tal(
a. eperimentin&
". initiatin&
c. intensi!yin&
d. inte&ratin&
10. +he t$o individuals tal(in& are seen more as a couple 7$e8 in this particular sta&e
a. eperimentin&
". initiatin&
c. intensi!yin&
d. inte&ratin&
12. +$o individuals !eel an o"li&ation to provide resources to another individual
durin& this sta&e in relationship development
a. eperimentin&
". initiatin&
c. intensi!yin&
d. inte&ratin&
13. A pu"lic sym"olic &esture ta(es place durin& this sta&e
a. inte&ratin&
". "ondin&
c. circumscri"in&
d. sta&natin&
15. Communication decreases in 'uality and 'uantity in this sta&e
a. inte&ratin&
". "ondin&
c. circumscri"in&
d. sta&natin&
20. Partners "ehave to$ards one another in old !amiliar $ays in this sta&e/ there is no
&ro$th in the relationship
a. inte&ratin&
". di!!erentiatin&
c. circumscri"in&
d. sta&natin&
21. 9istances are creatin& in this sta&e/ usually under a &uise o! ecuses
a. sta&natin&
". circumscri"in&
c. avoidin&
d. terminatin&
22. +his is the !inal sta&e o! relationships $here it has come to an end and there is a
desire to disassociate
a. sta&natin&
". circumscri"in&
c. avoidin&
d. terminatin&
2*. +his is a dialectical tension in $hich one person has a desire to do thin&s separate
!rom their partner
a. openness:privacy
". autonomy:connection
c. novelty:predicta"ility
2,. +his is a dialectical tension in $hich one person has a desire !or routine "ehavior
versus their partner that $ants to "e spur o! the moment
a. openness:privacy
". autonomy:connection
c. novelty:predicta"ility
25. +his particular method o! resolvin& con!lict in $hen neither party &et all o! their
needs met/ yet they "oth still &et part o! $hat they $anted in the con!lict
a. $in1lose
". $in1$in
c. lose1lose
d. compromise
20. A dimension o! intimacy that $e eperience prior to "irth/ eperiencin& a closeness
$ith our mother as a !etus.
a. emotional
". physical
c. shared activities
d. intellectual sharin&
22. ;n&a&in& another person in an echan&e o! important ideas/ is $hich dimension o!
intimacy.
a. emotional
". physical
c. shared activities
d. intellectual sharin&
23. ;chan&in& important !eelin&s/ sharin& personal in!ormation is $hich dimension o!
intimacy.
a. emotional
". physical
c. shared activities
d. intellectual sharin&
25. +he !amiliar sayin& <opposites attract= is related to $hat type o! attraction.
a. similarity
". complementary
c. physical appearance
d. reciprocal attraction
*0. 9evelopin& an attraction to another person "ecause you "elieve them to "e attracted
to you is
a. similarity
". complementary
c. physical appearance
d. reciprocal attraction
e. competence
*1. %hen $e lie to ma(e everyday relationships run smoothly/ $e are lyin& to
a. save !ace
". avoid tension or con!lict
c. to &uide social interaction
d. to &ain po$er
e. to epand a relationship
*2. %hen $e lie and #usti!y its eistence as a $ay to prevent em"arrassment/ $e lie to
a. save !ace
". avoid tension
c. &uide social interaction
d. &ain po$er
e. epand a relationship
**. +he term >>>>>>>>> re!ers to the emotional tone o! a relationship.
a. dialectical tension
". dialectical perspectives
c. communication climate
d. con!irmin& communication
e. discon!irmin& messa&es
*,. An epressed stru&&le "et$een at least t$o interdependent parties $ho perceive
incompati"le &oals/ scarce re$ards/ and inter!erence !rom the other party in achievin&
their &oals is
a. communication climates
". dialectical tensions
c. con!irmin& communication
d. discon!irmin& communication
e. con!lict
*5. A personal con!lict style in $hich a communicator epresses hostility in an o"scure
or manipulative $ay.
a. direct a&&ression
". passive a&&ression
c. assertion
d. accommodation
e. indirect communication