Post Test Chapter 4

Post Test Chapter 4 - the primacy effect B their mutual...

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1. If you decide that a person's behavior is caused by situations beyond his or her control, you are likely to A. see this person as helpless. B. view this person positively. C. view this person negatively. D. avoid this person. 2. Ryan is late to his study group meeting. When he gives an excuse of losing track of time during dinner, others are likely to see his tardiness as A. self-serving. B. reasonable. C. controllable. D. uncontrollable. 3. The resident assistant was critical and strict when Daniel first met him. The RA allows Daniel to sneak into the dorm after the curfew, and now Daniel views the RA favorably. His impression is based on A.
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Unformatted text preview: the primacy effect. B. their mutual indiscretion. C. the recency effect. D. dialectics influence. 4. Which of the following guidelines will not increase your perceptual accuracy? A. Seeking validation from other people B. Taking into account your emotional state C. Going with your initial conclusion. D. Being familiar with your own personal biases 5. Seeking confirmation from another person is a step in A. increasing cultural sensitivity. B. reducing uncertainty. C. checking perceptions. D. analyzing perceptions. 6. The assumption that nonverbal signals and verbal messages are related is an example of a ________ rule....
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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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