COM208 UNIT 1 QUIZ 2017 (A++++++)

Unit 1 quizQuestion 1Using jargon or complex terms can contribute to _____________________ noise.Answers:a. Semanticb. Psychologicalc. Physiologicald. PhysicalQuestion 2_____________________is the verbal and nonverbal communication that takes place between two interdependent people.Answers:a. Intrapersonalb. Punctuationc. Interpersonal communicationd. Self-disclosureQuestion 3Which of the following examples of communication falls on the most impersonal side of the continuum?Answers:a. a cashier and customer talkingb. a supervisor and employee talkingc. a mother and daughter talkingd. two neighbors talkingQuestion 4________________ refers to the act of producing messages, whereas _____________________ is the act of understanding them.Answers:a. Person-focused, message-focusedb. Source, receiverc. Feedfoward, feedbackd. Encoding, decodingQuestion 5In a _____________________ relationship, the two individuals mirror each other.Answers:a. Dyadicb. Symmetricalc.  Convergentd. ComplementaryQuestion 6Which of the following is an example of feedback?Answers:a. Trying to understand a nonverbal gestureb. Yawning when an instructor is lecturingc. Being confused by an unfamiliar word in a lectured. Deciding how to phrase a questionQuestion 7All of the following are true about the transactional process of interpersonal communication EXCEPT:Answers:a. The elements are interdependent.b. It’s always changing.c. It’s a linear process.d. Each person acts as a speaker and a listener.Question 8The principle of __________________ states that messages often have more than one meaning.Answers:a. Irreversibilityb. Unrepeatabilityc. Punctuationd. AmbiguityQuestion 9 “You never get a second chance to make a first impression” exemplifies the principle ofAnswers:a. Inevitabilityb. Unrepeatabilityc. Irreversibilityd. AmbiguityQuestion 10Sally Ann had a bad cell phone connection and couldn’t understand the directions her friend was trying to tell her. This is an example of __________ noise.Answers:a. Physicalb. Semanticc. Physiologicald. Psychological