Jep exam 3 - PSY 111, Exam 3 Jeopardy 1. Which focus is the...

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PSY 111, Exam 3 Jeopardy 1. Which focus is the most important in making a positive first impression How the other person feels about him/herself 2. Which line is the same length study Asch 3. Which type of self-disclosure style produces a better first impression Passive 4. Stanford prison study Zimbardo 5. Which is typically discussed first? The field 6. “Shocking” experiment Milgram 7. Which cue is associated with duping delight? More hand gestures (associated with excitement) 8. We like similar Characteristics 9. Reward theory Aronson (we like people who give us the most benefit at the least cost) 10. DePaulo thought deception behavior was a special case within Self-presentational perspective 11. What length of turn is best according to the connection aspect of conversational dynamics? Short turns 12. Cognitive dissonance Festinger 13. Two-factor theory is a ------- theory Cognitive 14. According to Eckman, how does pitch change when we are lying?
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2012 for the course PSY 111 taught by Professor Cooper during the Spring '08 term at Miami University.

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