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Why do people form relationships? Name 4.
Appearance, Similarity, Competency, and Self Disclosure.
Looks, and self.
Dimensions to a Relationship. There are 4 of them.
Context, Time, Intimacy (Physical, Emotional, and Intellectual). AND Control/Affinity.
Most powerful intimacy.
Mark Snapp's stages. Name all 10 in order.
Initiating
Experimenting
Intensifying
Integrating
Bonding
Differentiating
Circumscribing
Stagnating
Avoiding
Terminating
I,E,I,I,B,D,C,S,A, and T
Irrational Beliefs "(Fallacies)".
Name 5.
Fallacy of should, Fallacy of Perfection, Fallacy of Approval, Fallacy of helplessness, and Fallacy of Overgeneralization.
GPA 4.0, accepting.
Facilitative Emotions
Facilitative Emotions help you in some way.
Helping.
Debilitative Emotions
Debilitative Emotions hurt you in some way.
Hurtful.
Facilitative Emotions
1. Intensity 2. Duration (Last to young).
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Debilitative Emotions
anger and jealousy. (Fear and Frustration).
feelings.
Components to Emotions
Name 4.
Cognitive Interpretations
Nonverbal Reactions Physiological Changes: Fear = Blood pressure, heart rate, and digestion.
Verbal Expressions
Cognitive, Nonverbal, Physiological, and Verbal.
Functions of Nonverbal Communication
Repeating
Contradicting
Substituting
Emblems
Complimenting/Accenting
Illustrations
Regulating
Deceiving
6 of them.
Types of Nonverbal Communication.
Time (chronemics), Artifactual, Gift giving, and environment.
4 of them.
Types of nonverbal communication.
Face and eyes, Movement, Gestures, Touch, Voice, Proxemics, Territoratal, Personal Space, Silence, and physical attractiveness.
think of yourself.
androgynous language
Possessing both masculine and feminine traits.
Think gender.
FACT-INFERENCE CONFUSION & FACT OPINION CONFUSION
Opinion statements are based on the speaker’s belief. (They can never be proven or disproven).
Conclusions arrived at from an interpretation of evidence. “Why are you mad at me?”
opinion statements, and conclusions.
euphemisms.
Young adolescent girl often use euphemistic terms (“my friend,” “it”) to discuss their own menstruation without feeling embarrassed.
youngs girls, changing blunt words.
Sexiest and Racist language
Usually defines the world as made up of superior men & inferior women, racist language reflects a worldview that classifies members of one racial group as superior & others as inferior.
men and women, firefighters is a mans job.
relative language
Gains meaning by comparison. Relative words: fast & slow, smart & stupid, short & long. Clearly defined only by comparison.
fast, slow. EXAMPLE.
Static Evaluations
Descriptions or an evaluation that contain the word is. “Mark is a nervous guy!” … “Karen is short tempered!”
"IS"