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Study Guide Exam 2. Sp. 08

Study Guide Exam 2. Sp. 08 - Communication200 StudyGuide...

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Communication 200 Study Guide Exam 2 Chapter 4. Trait Approaches 1. Describe the three steps of the Classical Conditioning Model (Pavlov). Provide a communication example using this model. 2. Describe the essential aspects of the Operant Conditioning Model (Skinner). Provide a communication example using this model. What is the major difference between the Classical and Operant models? How do these models differ from the theories presented in the chapter? 3. Describe the Contextual, Trait and State views of behavior. What is the Cross Situational Consistency issue? What are the major positions on the cross-situational consistency issue? 4. What are the four types of Communication Apprehension (CA)? What are the manifestations of CA? What are the consequences of having high CA? What is the name of the method used to help people overcome CA? Describe the essential aspects of this process. 5. What does Norton’s model of Communicator Style focus upon? One aspect of Communicator Style is Communicator Image. Describe the major traits reflecting Communicator Image. 6. What is Self-Disclosure (SD)? What is reciprocity and how does it relate to SD? What is the role of SD in relational development; i.e., the progression from stranger to friend to intimate? What are the dimensions of SD? 7. Name and describe the three types of speakers identified in Hart’s Rhetorical Sensitivity Theory?
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