Study Questions for Midterm II

Study Questions for Midterm II - ,5,and6 ShortEssay/Answer...

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Study Questions for Midterm II- Chapters 4, 5, and 6 Short Essay/Answer: 1.    Name the components of emotions. 2.    Explain one guideline for expressing emotions. 3.    Identify the differences between facilitative and debilitative emotions. 4.    Explain one way to minimize debilitative emotions.
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5.    Explain how "the “fear of self-disclosure” influences emotional  expression. 6.    Explain emotion labor. 7.    Explain one irrational fallacy. 8.    Identify the set of rules we use to understand one another's speech. 9.    Name all the ways language shapes our perceptions.
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