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1. Someone who is lying may use one of the following behaviors A. Shifting posture frequently. B. Giving long answers. C. Smiling a lot. D. Using fewer adaptors. 2. During conversations, men tend to A. make eye contact. B. provide a number of listening cues. C. listen quietly. D. offer constructive criticism. 3. To increase the depth of your listening skills, you should A. make assumptions about information that is left out. B. ignore self-referential messages. C. disregard the literal meaning of interpersonal messages. D. be aware of both content and relational messages. 4. Which of the following behaviors is a guideline for adjusting your nonjudgmental and critical listening?
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Unformatted text preview: A. Use your point of view to interpret the messages. B. Filter out undesirable messages. C. Try not to simplify complex messages. D. Use your impression of the speaker to interpret the message. 5. Two people who speak the same language can A. engage in empathic listening. B. speak with different meanings and accents. C. understand each other and communicate effectively. D. convey and receive the same meanings. 6. Which of the following styles of listening would work best in a culture where honest feedback is valued over preserving positive attitudes? A. Nonjudgmental listening B. Inactive listening...
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course COMM 100 taught by Professor H during the Spring '08 term at George Mason.

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