Post your individual response in the discussion.
1. The scientists in the videos, regardless of the specific topic, all come to the same
conclusion - that nonverbal cues aid in the strong interpersonal attractiveness, which
stem from human nature to mate.
September 28, 2016
Journal 3: Expectancy Violation Theory (EVT)
For this journal assignment, I whispered my order to my waitress at dinner so she
had to move in closer to hear me. This past weekend, I went out to dinner with my
Final Exam Review Sheet
Know PURE versus BORDERLINE Cases of Persuasion
Borderline persuasion refers to less traditional or obvious forms of influence
You see two unsavory-looking characters standing near an ATM machine and decide to go
CAE #1 Big 5
The Big 5 traits of personality are:
O - Openness to Experience/Intellect
C - Conscientiousness
E - Extraversion
A - Agreeableness
N - Neuroticism
O - Openness to Experience/Intellect
High scorers tend to be original, creat
1. Describe how men/women represent themselves in personal ads.
Women seeking men represented themselves as being low maintenance. They expressed
themselves in a manner in which they like to have fun and seemed to be interested in all
activities. It was i
Last night, I chose to violate the nonverbal communication in the haptics category. I recently
started talking to a new boy and I chose to meet up with him and his friends last night with three
of my girlfriends in tow. We met at a bar in
1)Ambivalence, Sentimentality, Contentment, Inhibition, Curiosity, Enthusiasm,
Sympathy, Tension, Playfulness, Warmth.
- This is essentially a love/hate emotion. Strong contradicting emotions are both
in existence. I work very closely with
Rules of Friendship
1) Honesty - Dont lie. Be truthful.
2) Loyalty - No gossiping. Stick up for your friends when they are not around.
3) Make time for one another.
4) Be a true companion. Be there to listen to each others problems.
5) Be there when they
1) Making time for each other
3) Being there for physical needs
The Social Exchange Theory is the theory that people choose and maintain
Five Stages of Coming Together:
1) Initiating - This is first time you may eye contact or meet that special person. You may meet
this person in class, or on the train. Its the first interaction.
2) Experimenting - This is when the two people start learnin
Barbara and Oliver - Coming Apart
The coming apart stages of the Roses are exemplified within the remainder of the movie.
Differentiating - Barbara decides she wants to start her own catering company which annoys
Oliver as wanted he to be her to be a h
1) Criticism - This is the first warning sign. This is when couples begin to criticize each
other for their personality and character, and not their behavior. It is an attack on the other
individual and is usually deflecting blame.
2) Contempt - Contempt
Throughout the development of my Personal Relationship Portfolio, the
content from the course textbook and feedback from fellow classmates
provided an immeasurable amount of insight into interpersonal
communication. Each individual CAE helped me analyze d
The Roses Four Horsemen
1. Criticism: Mr. Rose criticized his wife for selling liver to their friends. He
gave her a hard time for wanting to start her own business. He was not
very supportive and didnt really believe in her.
2. Contempt: Mrs. Rose gets a
For my social experiment, I decided to violate the personal space of one of my
neighbors from my apartment building. As I am a smoker, I often have the privilege of
meeting fellow smokers when we both happen to be outside at the same time doing our
For this journal assignment, I have chosen to review my first video taped speech
from ORGCOM201. I did not have the time to find someone to video tape me, so I
figured that my speech from the ORGCOM class would be as good as anything to
observe my vocalic
The film So I Married an Axe Murder directed by Thomas Schlamme, starring Mike
Myers was originally released in 1993. Its basic premise involves the main character, Charlie,
played by Mike Myers. Charlie is a single man that goes through several Ms. wrong
I found an interesting example of proxemics in the scene of the film where Charlie is
assisting Harriet in her butcher shop. There is one part in the scene where Charlie walks into the
personal space of a customer in the butcher shop. That is the space on
What I have taken the most from this course is the interactions between other
people I see on a daily basis. I had started to become very aware of my non-verbal
signals and what messages I was sending, so I took the class to become more aware of