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COM 200 WEEK 4 QUIZ
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 1.

Question :

The theory stating that, as individuals deepen their relationships with each other, they peel layers of themselves away to reveal increasingly personal information, is known as:

 

Student Answer:

CORRECT

 Social penetration theory

 

   

 Social exchange theory

 

   

 Self-disclosure reciprocity theory

 

   

 Johari’s Window theory

 

Instructor Explanation:

The answer can be found in Section 7.5 of Making Connections.

 

 

Points Received:

1 of 1

 

Comments:

 

 

 2.

Question :

Which of the following is NOT one of the stages of listening?

 

Student Answer:

 

 Clearly hearing the message

 

   

 Evaluating the message

 

   

 Correctly interpreting the message

 

 

CORRECT

 Responding if the message is important to you

 

Instructor Explanation:

The answer can be found in Section 7.3 of Making Connections.

 

 

Points Received:

1 of 1

 

Comments:

 

 

 3.

Question :

We do all of the following with empathic listening, EXCEPT:

 

Student Answer:

 

 Listen from the speaker’s point of view by putting ourselves in his/her shoes.

 

 

CORRECT

 Lose our own identity and assume the identity of the other person to understand his/her point of view.

 

   

 Respond to the speaker’s feelings and needs rather than our own.

 

   

 Listen non-judgmentally to the speaker’s point of view.

 

Instructor Explanation:

The answer can be found in Section 7.3 of Making Connections.

 

 

Points Received:

1 of 1

 

Comments:

 

 

 4.

Question :

Beth believes that she does a good job of presenting herself as a logical and reason-based individual. She is confident that others see her the same way. Jill and Brennan often talk after their departmental meetings of how emotional Beth gets about the slightest disagreement expressed by any of the department members. Beth’s inability to see herself as emotional is an example of which area of the Johari Window?

 

Student Answer:

 

 Open

 

   

 Hidden

 

 

CORRECT

 Blind

 

   

 Unknown

 

Instructor Explanation:

The answer can be found in Section 7.5 of Making Connections.

 

 

Points Received:

1 of 1

 

Comments:

 

 

 5.

Question :

We know that relationships develop in stages. How does movement through the stages of a relationship work?

 

Student Answer:

 

 There is only forward progression through the stages. You don’t move back and forth through the stages.

 

   

 If a relationship does not keep moving through the stages, it will die.

 

   

 Only at the dissolution stage can there be an exit to the relationship.

 

 

CORRECT

 Individuals can exit or end the relationship at any stage.

 

Instructor Explanation:

The answer can be found in Section 8.2 of Making Connections.

 
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