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48 Cards in this Set

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source of message
speaker
thoughts put into a code
encode
medium message is conveyed on
channel
info wanting to be conveyed
message
translate message
decode
listener, target of speaker
receiver
response received
feedback
noise
interference
environment
context
what happens, outcome
effect
no opportunity to offer feedback, like the news
one way view
get feedback
interaction view
has 3 conditions, simultaneous, continuous and roles change
transactional view
normal function organized w/o regard to individual differences
stereotyping
ability to make differences in judgement
cognitive complexity
manageable chunks of info
schema
internal influence
mindfulness
rush to judgement about incoming data that's relevant to us
selection
break info into more manageable info
organization
value judgement
interpretation
modify opinion because of someone else
Heider's Balance Triangle
everyone agrees on meaning
conventions
agreed upon labels that arouse meaning
symbols
pictures in mind
referents
labels grouped together
concepts
symbols, referents, and concepts
meaning triangle
abstractness and concreteness of our words
semantic
set of rules governing language, grammar, punctuation, spelling, and word order
syntactic
pragmatic, mastering appropriate use of language
practical
meaning is less clear
abstract
meaning is very clear
concrete
meaning from dictionary
denotative
thoughts, feelings, or emotions that surround a word, phrase, or expression
connotative
word, phrase, or sentence that squeezes a large thought into a smaller expression
cliche
more pleasant way of saying something
euphemisms
different meaning under surface, sarcasm
equivocal language
means different things to different people
relative terms
words on opposite sides, have definite meanings
absolute terms
body movement
kinesics
eye movement
oculesics
face
spatial and proxemics
time
chronemics
touch
haptics
stand out themselves and don't need verbal accompaniment
emblems
accompany language
illustrators
use in flow of conversation, movement
regulators
fleeting movements, may not be aware of
microexpressions
movement that manipulates physical self to help adapt to the environment
adaptors