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  1. Meyers-Briggs measures personality on 4 different dimensions:
    Extraversion or Introversion; N-S Intuition or Sensing; T-F Thinking or Feeling; J-P Judging or Perceiving. 16 different combinations
  2. Introvert-Extrovert—where do you get energy:
    don’t have a wide variety of relationships and the very few are usually close; energy comes from being alone; usually more purposeful in their relationships; spend a lot of time analyzing and thinking about relationship
  3. Introvert-Extrovert—where do you get energy:
    energy comes from other people; usually very talkative; likes to be around people; like activities in which they are meeting new people; feel anxious when by their selves; need to be connected to other people; acts first and thinks second
  4. Sensing-Intuition—how do you gather information:
    you want to use something with your senses; are very aware of their environment; like to follow instructions; very good at putting stuff together; they like instructions
  5. Sensing-Intuition—how do you gather information:
    might seem to be in lala land; hate minute details; when given a list, they shut down; very productive because they know they have to be
  6. Thinking-Feeling—what guides your decision:
    guided by logic and reason; they like rules so they know the parameters under which they are operating; grow frustration with people that don’t use reason and logic to make their decision; very hard to change a thinker’s mind; thinkers have a value system but they like the rules. Exp—Policemen
  7. what guides your decision:
    makes their decisions based on how it will affect other people or how they feel about it or what they think is fair; don’t care about rules, only about what is right; compassionate—concerned about their relationships; don’t really put thought into things because they think it is the right decision
  8. how you make decisions in everyday life:
    make decisions quickly and move on; pretty opinionated; trust their decisions; they like to have a plan
    how you make decisions in everyday life
  9. how you make decisions in everyday life:
    have difficulty in making decisions and not because they procrastinate; however, procrastination is usually the end result; they are more focused on making the right/best decisions
  10. the transactional process of creating shared meaning between two people with a goal of common understanding; it’s an ongoing process is...
    Interpersonal Communication
  11. more than one thing happening at once, simultaneously. Ex. Texting but having twitter going as well
  12. ______ ______ is created language. Ex. Native
    speaking professors, generation differences, different life experiences
    Shared Meaning
  13. 4 Stage Perception Process
    Attending and Selecting, Organizing
  14. The 4 Stage Perception Process that requires us to use our visual, auditory, tactile, and olfactory senses to respond to stimuli in our interpersonal environment.
    Attending and Selecting
  15. The 4 Stage Perception Process where we place what are often a number of confusing pieces of information into an understandable, accessible, and orderly arrangement; frequently categorize
  16. The 4 Stage Perception Process where we assign meaning to what we perceive; required in every interpersonal encounter and despite our best efforts
  17. The 4 Stage Perception Process where we recall information store in our memories
  18. ___ ___ is how we think and how we feel about ourselves
  19. type of self concept that means looking glass, self-mirror
    Reflected appraisal
  20. Type of Self Concept in which we are comparing ourselves with other people
    Social comparison
  21. expectations about an event and your subsequent behaviors makes those expectations more likely to occur
    Self-fulfilling Prophecy
  22. the work we do to portray a particular image
  23. our desire to be liked by significant others in our lives and have them confirm out beliefs, respect our abilities, and value what we value
    Positive face
  24. our desire that others refrain from imposing their own will on us, respect our individuality, and our uniqueness, and avoid interfering with our actions or beliefs.
    • Negative
    • face
  25. judging other cultures by your own cultural standards; the belief in a superiority of your own culture
  26. categorizing individuals according to a fixed impression, whether positive or negative, of an entire group to which they belong.
  27. a cultural mindset that indicates how tolerant (or intolerant) a culture is of uncertainty and change
    Uncertainty Avoidance
  28. resist change, have high levels of anxiety associated with change, need specific laws to guide behavior and personal conduct
    High degree of uncertainty
  29. unthreatened by change, comfortable taking risks and are less aggressive and less emotional than cultures with a high degree of uncertainty
    Low degree of uncertainty
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2012-04-26 20:50:05

Communication Studies 2010 Final Study Guide
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