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COM220 Interpersonal Communication Development 1

Unit 6 Pre-Assessment Quiz

Question 1

At which point in life is forming cross-gender friendships most common?

a. Early adolescence

b. Late childhood

c. Later life

d.Early adulthood

Question 2

Taylor’s family communicate often and talk freely every day about activities, thoughts and feelings. This is a _______ conversation orientation.

a.Moderate

b.High

c.Low

d.Normal

Question 3

Lying to your grandmother by telling her the cake she made you from scratch tasted amazing when you really thought it was not good is a form of lying called __________ that is bending the truth to spare someone from hurtful information.

a. Assumptive lying

b. Alternative lying

c. Associative lying

d. Altruistic lying

Question 4

Which of the following factors can help to facilitate friendships among coworkers?

a. All of the above

b. Increased time together outside of work

c. Proximity to one another in the workplace

d.Perceived similarities

e.None of the above

Question 5

In the experimenting stage, people exchange information and often move from strangers to acquaintances

True

False

Question 6

A _________ family has parents who make the ultimate decisions for their children. If questioned, the parent may say ‘because I said so.”

a. Consensual

b. Laissez-faire

c. Pluralistic

d.Protective

Question 7

__________ relationships meet emotional, relational, and instrumental needs as they are close relationships such as best friends, partners and immediate family whereas _________ relationships are relationships that occasionally met our needs and lack closeness such as coworkers, distant relatives and acquaintances.

a. Social, personal

b. Staged, primary

c. Personal, social

d.Primary, staged

Question 8

In the _______ stage of relational interaction, two people’s identities merge and a sense of interdependence develops.

a.Intensifying

b.Differentiating

c.Bonding

d.Integrating

Question 9

__________ is(are) recurring verbal or nonverbal communication that significantly and negatively affects a person’s sense of self

a. Communicative noise

b. Communicative aggression

c. Esteem messages

d. Communicative assertion

Question 10

After a two years, the romantic relationship between you and your partner has seemed to deteriorate. Lately, you have been communicating much less and when you do interact, there are several subjects that you don’t bring up, hoping to avoid conflict. In which relational stage are you and your partner?

a.Differentiating

b.Circumscribing

c.Stagnating

d.Avoiding

Question 11

John and Cherise are friends who “hook up” here and there but do not have the emotional connection in a romantic relationship. This type of friendship is called ___________.

a. Reciprocal friends

b. Receptive friends

c. Associative benefits

d. Friends with benefits

Question 12

Won and Darcy decided to wait to have sexual activity until after they got married. The discussion of how they would begin to initiate sexual activity is called __________ communication.

a.Sexual

b.Physical

c.Hidden

d.Shared

Question 13

The number of shared associations with friends and family that a couple has is called ___________. This support structure has positive relationship benefits as mutual friends and family can validate the relationship by referring to the partners as a “couple.”

a. Network overlook

b. Friend network

c. Overarching network

d.Network overlap

Question 14

Young adults are also more likely than adults to rely on their friends to help them process thoughts and emotions related to their partnerships or other interpersonal relationships

True

False

Question 15

Which of the following is untrue about social relationships between men?

a. Men’s friendships are less intimate than women’s

b. Men and women report similar amounts of intimacy in their friendships

c. Some men use shared activities to express closeness

d. Men are less likely to explicitly express affection verbally in their relationships

Question 16

How would you best describe a friendship that exists between two people whose interactions are limited to working out together at the same gym?

a.Receptive friendship

b.Reciprocal friendship

c.Associative friendship

d.Intimate friendship

Question 17

Extradyadic romantic activity (ERA) can be easily defined as __________.

a.Jealousy

b.Conflict

c.Support

d.Cheating

Question 18

At this stage, relationship participants will undergo a public ritual or announce their level of commitment to one another

a.Intensifying

b.Experimenting

c.Integrating

d.Bonding

Question 19

Failure to perform or respond to friendship-maintenance tasks can lead to the deterioration and eventual dissolution of friendships.

True

False

Question 20

You and your neighbor frequently host one another’s families for dinner in your homes. Initially, each family would alternate hosting duties; however, for the past four visits, you have prepared all the meals and hosted the dinners in your house. As a result, you find yourself becoming frustrated with your neighbor and unsatisfied with your relationship. Which of the following theories best explains this lack of satisfaction?

a.Uncertainty Reduction Theory

b.Attachment Theory

c. Attraction Theory

d. Social Exchange Theory

Question 21

A lack of listening in relationships can lead to which of the following?

a. All of the above

b. None of the above

c. Higher degrees of anxiety

d. Lower self-esteem

e. Feelings of loneliness

Question 22

When you are introduced to a new coworker, Sarah, you feel a sense of discomfort because of your lack a familiarity with her. To minimize this discomfort, you engage in conversation with her and learn about her background and professional experience, which helps you to cultivate a relationship. This is an example of which interpersonal theory?

a. Social Exchange Theory

b. Uncertainty Reduction Theory

c. Attraction Theory

d.Attachment Theory

Question 23

Karisha was in an unhappy marriage. Her husband did not allow her to see her friends and family and often called her names which degraded her self-esteem. This dark side to relationships is called intimate terrorism.

True

False

Question 24

Which of the following qualities in others make us more like to develop a friendship with them?

a.Responsiveness to our needs

b.Physically attractiveness

c.All of the above

d.None of the above

e. Social competence

Question 25

_________ fosters a climate of uniformity, and parents decide guidelines for what to conform to.

a. Pluralistic orientation

b. High-conformity orientation

c. Low-conformity orientation

d. Consensual orientation

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