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Chapter 10, Communication in Families Text 1. What is communication more than? How does the text author define communication? 2. What is meant by "You cannot not communicate? 3. What did Virginia Satir say about the importance of communication? 4. What are content or overt messages? 5. What are intent or covert messages? What are the characteristics of intent messages? 6. What three messages are conveyed by intent (nonverbal) elements of communication, according to Noller? 7. Based on the study by Dickson-Markman & Markman, who do married people talk to the most? How long do the behavioral exchanges between spouses last? What are the most frequent topics of conversation? 8. Conversations about the relationship are rare. What are the two times when they are most likely to occur? 9. Noller, Feeny, & Callan found that couple reported how many conversations a week and how long were they on average? 10. What did Roberts report about couples with higher levels of marital satisfaction?
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course SFL 160 taught by Professor Brianwilloughby during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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fam-11 - Chapter 10, Communication in Families Text 1. What...

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