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These are concepts you should understand, be able to recognize examples of, and distinguish between. This is not an exhaustive list; in order to do well on this exam it is imperative that you read all of Chapters 1-6 and review your lecture notes. Also, don’t forget to utilize the practice questions and study guide questions in the back of your Guidebook. If you need further clarification of these concepts or any material covered in Chapters 1-6, please feel free to email me with your questions. Human communication vs. communication Components of communication Literal vs. psychological noise 3 models of communication Contexts of communication 3 criteria of communication competency Factors of self-esteem Components of self-concept Self-fulfilling prophecy Self-image Perception 3 stages of the perception process
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Unformatted text preview: • 3 ways to improve perception accuracy • Direct vs. indirect perception checking • Strategies for creating a supportive environment • Denotative vs. connotative meanings • Abstract vs. concrete words • Sapir-Whorf hypothesis • Bypassing language • 6 functions of nonverbal communication • 9 nonverbal codes • Quasi-courtship behaviors • Types of kinesics behaviors • Back-channel cues • Nature/characteristics of nonverbal communication • Arousal, immediacy, dominance • Hearing vs. listening • Stages of the listening process • Barriers to listening • Stop, look, & listen • Paraphrasing • Culture shock • High-context vs. low-context cultures • Centralize vs. decentralized power • Masculine vs. feminine communication styles • Assuming similarities, assuming differences...
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