Chapter 9 Social Cognition and Impression Formation
Social cognition the process by which we use social information to form impressions of others
Person Perception the process of person perception involves three separate but related tasks
1. Selection beg
Chapter 10: Expressing Real and Desired Identities
Your image reflects not necessarily how you see yourself but rather, how you
want others to see you.
Impression formation had to do with how we form impression of other people,
image management relates
Nonverbal Comm Final Exam Review
Chapter 13 Relational Messages
Defining Power and Related Terms
Power the ability to do what one wants without inference from others; the ability to influence
people; the ability to resist the influence attempts of others.
Chapter 15 Deceiving Others
The Nature of Nonverbal Communication
Definition: An internal act in which senders knowingly transmit messages (verbal or
nonverbal) to mislead another by fostering false impressions, beliefs, or understandings
or by actively
Intimacy and Affection
*One of the most essential functions that nonverbal communication
performs is relational communication.
*Relational communication refers to how people define the nature of
their relationships with one
Study Guide (Exam #4)
Synergy vs. Media convergence- Synergy: The promotions and sales of different
versions of a media product across the various subdiaries of a media conglomerate.
Monopoly and Antitrust law: an organizational structure that occurs when
Do advertisements use sex to promote products?
According to Reichert (2003, p.29), sex in advertising has been the motivation for increased
consumer interest and sales, for example, W. Duke & Sons inserted trading cards into cigarette
packs that featured