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1. According to current research, nearly 90 percent of recruiters ranked _____________ as the top attribute in making hiring decisions. A. positive feedback from references. B. an impressive college transcript. C. good communication and interpersonal skills. D. demonstrated problem-solving skills. 2. After dinner a college co-ed says to her two roommates, "I am going to use the phone." This statement takes into account A. only the content level of the message. B. both the relationship and the content levels of the message. C. only the relationship level of the message. D. neither the content nor the relationship levels of the message. 3. Which of the following does not require interpersonal communications skills? A. purchasing a home.
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Unformatted text preview: B. giving directions. C. balancing a checkbook. D. selling magazine subscriptions. 4. When someone sacrifices his/her own desires or needs for the well-being of a relationship, he or she is demonstrating a A. dyadic primacy. B. dyadic bilateralism. C. dyadic coalition. D. dyadic consciousness. 5. Communication is unrepeatable because A. it's hard for people to remember what was said. B. people and situations constantly change. C. communications such as e-mails become outdated quickly. D. attitudes from the initial communication are already formed. 6. Face-to-face communication is evanescent, but computer-mediated communication is not because A. e-mail allows the sender to control the message....
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