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Which of the following is considered an appearance factor?
Which of the following represents a fixed space?
A.TerritoryB.Personal distanceC.Intimate distanceD.Social distanceE.Public distance
The space from skin contact to within 18 inches of a person is defined as __________.
A.territorial distanceB.public distanceC.intimate distanceD.personal distanceE.social distance
The space 4 to 12 feet away from a person is defined as __________.
A.public distanceB.social distanceC.territorial distanceD.intimate distanceE.personal distance
Momentary expressions that reflect an emotional state are called __________.
The study of touch is called __________.
Dr. Pakulski is conducting a field experiment in social science at a restaurant. For the experiment, she observes and takes notes as her assistant sits down next to a randomly selected patron, points a finger at the patron, moves within an arm’s length of the patron, touches the patron’s face, and sighs heavily before walking away. Which of the following areas of study in nonverbal communication would be least concerned with Dr. Pakulski’s experiment?
Phil is running late for his Saturday night shift at the factory. When his wife asks him where he’s going, he adopts a facial expression of frustration and says, exasperatedly, “We have to pull extra shifts since Shawn got fired.” Which function of nonverbal communication is Phil using?
“The margin should be one inch,” Sandra tells Anthony while holding her thumb and index finger an inch apart. Which nonverbal function is Carla using?
Kai is running late for an important business meeting. When his wife starts to tell him about her plans for the day, he gestures by pointing his thumb toward the front door and says, “I need to get going, sweetheart.” Which function of nonverbal communication is Kai using?
Which of the following nonverbal behaviors is least likely to be misinterpreted cross-culturally?
A.Holding handsB.Avoiding direct eye contactC.Making direct eye contactD.SmilingE.Maintaining social distance
If you responded to a speaker by saying “Uh-huh” or “I see” and nodding your head in agreement, which function of nonverbal communication would you be using?
Which of the following characteristics is a quality of nonvocal nonverbal communication?
A.Tone of voiceB.PitchC.MovementD.Word choiceE.Loudness
Which of the following characteristics is a quality of vocal nonverbal communication?
A.Facial expressionB.AppearanceC.MovementD.GesturesE.Tone of voice
Mia is listening to her field hockey coach, who has been talking for over an hour. Each time he pauses, she says, “Wow, that’s really cool, I’d love to hear more.” If Mia has been using the contradicting function of nonverbal communication, how does she feel about this conversation with her field hockey coach?
The earliest means of human communication is __________.
Nonverbal behaviors that have precise meanings known to everyone within a cultural group are called __________.
At what distance does two-way communication become difficult?
A.12 to 25 feetB.zero to 18 inchesC.18 inches to 4 feetD.25 feet or moreE.4 to 12 feet
Nonverbal communication involves messages expressed through __________ means.
Cultures that emphasize punctuality, schedules, and completing one task at a time are said to be __________.
Which cultural group is mentioned in this chapter as an example of monochronic use of time?
A.United StatesB.South AmericanC.MediterraneanD.ArabE.Native American
Jay is running late for an important business meeting. As he is boarding a bus to go to work, a man holding a clipboard runs up to him and says, “Wait! Would you like to sign my petition?” Jay frowns and shakes his head at the man, then boards the bus without saying a word. Which function of nonverbal communication is Jay using?
Which of the following options would be the easiest to express through nonverbal communication?
A.You aren’t sure how to pronounce someone’s name.B.You want to know if you will be tested on this material.C.You are attracted to a person who just walked by.D.You need a ride to the airport.E.You are opposed to capital punishment.
Samantha is studying abroad this semester, and she doesn’t want to be out of touch with the culture in the country she’s visiting. Which of the following observations of nonverbal behavior would suggest to her that the culture there is monochronic?
A.Students stay in class after lectures have finishedB.Students plan to arrive an hour or so after a party startsC.Students enter classrooms shortly before lectures beginD.Students arrive after lectures have startedE.Students work on projects for other classes during lectures
Lee is trying to show her friend the dent in her car’s front bumper from a recent traffic accident. “See, it’s next to the license plate,” she says. To nonverbally communicate her message through the function of repeating, Lee should __________.
A.smile while she’s speakingB.mime the act of “seeing”C.put verbal emphasis on the word “next”D.say, “See, it’s next to the license plate,” againE.point at the dent
Zach thinks he should get to eat the last slice of pizza because he paid for the pizza. “It’s my pizza,” he says to his friends. To nonverbally communicate his message through the function of accenting, Zach should __________.
A.frown while he’s speakingB.put verbal emphasis on the word “my”C.smile while he’s speakingD.shout as loudly as possibleE.push his friends away from the pizza
Which of the following options would be the most difficult to express through nonverbal communication?
A.You are surprised by something that happened in a movie.B.You are furious at the person who just cut in front of you.C.You don’t know if you need to get off the bus at the next stop.D.You don’t like the taste of the slice of pizza you just bit into.E.You don’t want to try the beef jerky being offered to you.
Jamie was awakened by her roommate at 5:30 a.m. on a day when she had planned to sleep in until 8:00 a.m. Jamie grumbled to her roommate, “Thanks for waking me up!” This is an example of using __________.
A.vocal echoesB.affect displaysC.emotional intelligenceD.paralanguageE.disfluencies
Eddy agrees with something his friend Ronald just said about basketball. To nonverbally communicate his agreement through the function of substituting, Eddy should __________.
A.point to a basketballB.scratch his chin thoughtfullyC.nod his headD.restate Ronald’s point in his own wordsE.smile while telling Ronald he agrees
The study of the way people and animals use space is called __________.
Combinations of two or more expressions showing different emotions are called __________.
A.behavioral manipulatorsB.microexpressionsC.behavioral illustratorsD.affect blendsE.emblems
Nonverbal behaviors that accompany and support spoken words are called __________.
Personal distance is described in this chapter as the space __________ away from another person.
A.18 inches to 4 feetB.25 feet or moreC.4 to 12 feetD.12 to 25 feetE.zero to 18 inches
Which of the following behaviors has been identified by researchers as one of the main ways people indicate attraction?
A.Written communicationB.Avoiding eye contactC.Prolonged eye contactD.Clearing the throatE.Holding hands
The study of body movement, gesture, and posture is called __________.
Adriana always sits in a seat next to the window in French class. One day, Andrew sits in that seat. Adriana gets upset with Andrew for taking the seat that she normally sits in. Which nonverbal concept does this situation describe?
Compared to verbal communication, nonverbal communication has __________.
A.more conscious intentionB.fewer dimensionsC.more ambiguityD.less impact when verbal and nonverbal cues are contradictoryE.less continuous flow
Which of the following behaviors is an example of a manipulator?
A.Winking at your friendB.Raising your handC.Smiling at your professorD.Tapping a classmate’s shoulderE.Picking at your fingernails
Carla and Jorge make plans to have a quiet weekend in their apartment. Promptly at 9 p.m. Saturday night, Carla’s parents arrive for a surprise weekend visit. Startled, Carla stares at her parents and says in a monotone, “Hi, it’s sure great to see you.” Which function of nonverbal communication is Carla likely using?
Cultures that allow for flexible schedules in which multiple tasks are pursued at the same time are said to be __________.
What is the most common spacing for two people who work together in an office but who do not know each other well?
A.Social distanceB.Personal distanceC.Intimate distanceD.Territorial distanceE.Public distance
The first language we learn as infants is __________.
Interruptions in speech, such as stammering or the use of uh, um, or er, are also called __________.
Iris is studying abroad this semester, and she doesn’t want to be out of touch with the culture in the country she’s visiting. Which of the following observations of nonverbal behavior would suggest to her that the culture there is polychronic?
A.Students pack their bags to leave as soon as lectures endB.Students stay in class after lectures have finishedC.Students take detailed notes during lecturesD.Students arrive slightly early to partiesE.Students line up outside classrooms shortly before lectures
Nonverbal sensitivity is a major component of __________.
A.affect blendsB.emotional intelligenceC.behavioral manipulatorsD.identity managementE.affect displays
The space more than 12 feet away from a person is defined as __________.
A.public distanceB.territorial distanceC.personal distanceD.social distanceE.intimate distance
The study of how humans use and structure time is called __________.
According to researchers, which of the following practices is most likely to help you detect when a person is lying?
A.Listening actively and suspiciously to the personB.Looking for behavioral manipulatorsC.Becoming more intimate with the personD.Writing down every word the person saysE.Watching TV shows about detectives
Most scholars agree that __________ factors most heavily influence how men and women behave.
Julio asked Dolores how her day at work was. She answered him by shrugging her shoulders. Which nonverbal function is Dolores using?