Quiz for COMM 107 - ORAL COMM PRIN at Maryland (UMD)

Quiz Information

Material Type:Quiz 1
University:University of Maryland
Term:Fall 2006
  • Discriminative Listening
  • Significant Other
  • Psychological Noise
  • Instinct Theory
  • Semantic Noise
  • Complementing
  • Psychographics
  • Johari Window
  • Differences
  • Communication Model
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.. COMM 107 Quiz 1 September 27,2006 Chapter 1-5,9 C NaIL. r lY'Cell phones, pagers, televisions, and fax machines all represent which following ,/ components of the communication model? /"\ A., Source B. Channel C. Message D. Receiver 2) This theory proposes that we build communication skills from the core of language we develop early in life A. Significant-other theory 'it language explosion theory C. language instinct theory D. none of the above 3) _____ language is used to convey information A. Emotive B. Phatic C. Rhetorical D. Cognitive 4) When your nonverbal actions stress the verbal message it is known as a (n) A. Complementing relationship B. conflicting relationship C. substituting relationship Q) accenting relationship 5) _____ is the study of communication through the body and its body movement l\) kinesics B. Fascics C.Ocalics D. Gestics 6) Eddie wants to learn more about himself and to determine how willing he is to disc...

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