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Click to edit Master subtitle style 8/31/11 Interpersonal Communication
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8/31/11 Goals Know why people build dyads Attachment styles Purpose of self-disclosure Conflict styles
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8/31/11 Interpersonal communication 2-person, face-to-face Direct involved Personal Common ground
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8/31/11 Interpersonal communication 2-person, face-to-face Immediate Can adjust Spontaneous Little rehearsal Informal freedom
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8/31/11 Are all Dyads interpersonal? Vary in “closeness” Sig. other vs. delivery person Developmental: grow into closeness
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8/31/11 Governed by rules Cultural-level Use with strangers E.g., eye contact Sociological-level Specific to groups Informal greetings Psychological-level Deep, intimate
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8/31/11 Reciprocity We feel obligated to re-pay someone if they give us something or do something for us
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8/31/11 The “Coke” Study; Regan (1971) 2 “participants” 1 is a confederate (named “Joe”)—working w/ the experimenter 1 is a “true” participant An experiment on rating art; during a break, “Joe” leaves for a few minutes
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This note was uploaded on 08/31/2011 for the course COMST 101 taught by Professor Blankenship during the Spring '08 term at Iowa State.

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Ch 6 part 1 - Click to edit Master subtitle style 8/31/11...

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