CMMC 151- Exam 1 (Chapter 1 2 11)

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  1. The capacity to observer and reflect on one's own mental states
  2. A unique human ability to develop and communicate a representation of oneself to others through language
    Symbolic Self-Awareness
  3. The sum of who you are as a person; your central inner force
  4. Your interior identity or subjective description of who you think you are
  5. Your view of yourself in a particular situation or circumstance
  6. A learned predisposition to respond to a person, object, or idea in a favorable or unfavorable way
  7. The way in which you structure your understanding of reality-what is true and what is false
  8. An enduring concept of good and bad or right and wrong
  9. The element of the self reflected in all the tangible things you own
    Material Self
  10. Your concept of self as developed through your personal, social interactions with others
    Social Self
  11. Your concept of self based on your beliefs and your sense of who you are in relationship to other forces in the universe; also includes your thoughts and introspections about your values and moral standards
    Spiritual Self
  12. An identity that you assign to yourself and portray
    Avowed Identity
  13. An identity assigned to you by others
    Ascribed Identity
  14. The human ability to think about what you are doing while you are doing it
  15. Your assessment of your worth or value as reflected in your perception of such things as your skills, abilities, talents, and appearance
  16. The extent to which beliefs about oneself are clearly and confidentiality identified and stable over time
    Self-Concept Clarity
  17. A cultural construction that includes one's biological sex, psychological characteristics, attitudes about sexes and sexual orientation
  18. Process of comparing oneself to others to measure one's worth
    Social Comparison
  19. Goals you set for yourself, how you believe you ought to behave and what you ought to accomplish
  20. The notion that predictions about one's future are likely to come true because one believes that they will come true
    Self-Fulfilling Prophecy
  21. An inflated view of self, especially about one's own power and importance
  22. How you take in stimuli in the environment or information and make sense of it; also, thoughts, and ideas that you say to yourself
    Intrapersonal Communication
  23. Inner speech; communication with the self
  24. The technique of imagining that you are performing a particular task in a certain way; a method of enhancing self-esteem
  25. The process of redefining events and experiences from a different point of view
  26. The arousal of any of your senses
  27. The act of perceiving stimuli in your environment
  28. The act of choosing specific stimuli in your environment to focus on
  29. Converting information into convenient, understandable, and efficient patterns that allow us to make sense of what we have observed
  30. The perceptual process of filling in missing information
  31. Attaching meaning to what is attended to, selected, and organized
  32. A generalization applied to persons perceived to have attributes common to a particular group
  33. Using your own perceptual abilities to seek additional information to confirm or refute your interpretations of someone's behavior
    Indirect Perception Checking
  34. Asking someone else whether your interpretations of what you perceive are correct
    Direct Perception Checking
  35. The process of acting on information
  36. The process of making sense out of the world and sharing that sense with others by creating meaning through verbal and nonverbal messages
    Human Communication
  37. A word, sound, gesture, or visual image that represents a thought, concept, object, or experience
  38. The beliefs, values, and moral principles by which we determine what is right or wrong
  39. The originator of a thought or emotion who puts it into a code that can be understood by a receiver
  40. The process of translating ideas, feelings, and thoughts into a code
  41. The process of interpreting ideas, feelings, and thoughts that have been translated into a code
  42. The person who decodes a message and attempts to make sense of what the source has encoded
  43. Written, spoken, and unspoken elements of communication to which people assign meaning
  44. The pathway through which messages are sent
  45. Interference, either literal or psychological, that hinders the accurate encoding or decoding of a message
  46. The response to a message
  47. The physical, historical, and psychological communication environment
  48. Any communication that is carried out using some channel other than those used in face-to-face communication
    Mediated Communication
  49. Communication in which timing is out of sync; there is a time delay between when you send a message and when it is received.
    Asynchronous Communication
  50. Communication in which messages occur in real time- when you speak or write, someone immediately responds to your message
    Synchronous Communication
  51. The new information, ideas, or suggested actions that a communicator wishes to express; what is said
    Content dimension
  52. The aspect of a communication message that offers cues about the emotions, attitudes and amount of power and control the speaker directs towards others; how something is said
    Relationship dimension
  53. A followable prescription that indicates what behavior is required or preferred and what behavior is prohibited in a specific situation
  54. Communication that occurs within yourself, including your thoughts and emotions
    Intrapersonal Communication
  55. The system of symbols structured by rules that makes it possible for people to understand one another
  56. Communication by means other than written or spoken language that creates meaning for someone
    Nonverbal Communication
  57. Being focused on the needs and concerns of others while maintaining one's personal integrity 
  58. To adjust both what is communicated and how a message is communicated; to make choices about how best to formulate a message and respond to others to achieve your communication goals
  59. Communication that occurs simultaneously between two people who attempt to mutually influence each other, usually for the purpose of managing relationships
    Interpersonal Communication
  60. Communication that treats people as objects or that responds only to their roles rather than to who they are as unique people
    Impersonal Communication
  61. The transactive process of creating meaning among three to about fifteen people who share a common purpose, feel a sense of belonging to the group, and exert influence on one another
    Small Group Communication
  62. A collection of people who have a common goal, feel a sense of belonging to a group, and influence one another
  63. Two interacting people
  64. Communication that occurs when a speaker addresses a gathering of people to inform, persuade, or entertain them
    Presentational Communication
  65. The process of using symbols to influence or persuade others
  66. Communication accomplished through a mediated message that is sent to many people at the same time
    Mass Communication
  67. The study of human communication as it occurs within organizations
    Organizational Communication
  68. The study of communication that has an effect on human health
    Health Communication
  69. A teachable, learnable process of developing, supporting, organizing, and orally presenting ideas
    • Public Speaking
    • (Presentational Speaking)
  70. Someone who considers and adapts to the audience at every stage of the presentational speaking process 
    Audience Centered Presentational Speaker
  71. The mistake belief that the physical manifestations of a speaker's nervousness are apparent to an audience
    Illusion of transparency
  72. The process of becoming more comfortable as you speak
  73. An anxiety management strategy that includes general relaxation techniques and visualization of success
    Systematic desensitization
  74. An anxiety management strategy that involves viewing a videotape of a successful presentation and imagining oneself delivering that presentation
    Performance Visualization
  75. The broad reason for giving a presentation: to inform, to persuade, or to entertain an audience 
    General Purpose
  76. A concise statement of what listeners should be able to do by the time the speaker finishes the presentation
    Specific Purpose
  77. A definitive point about a topic
    Central Idea
  78. A complete sentence that makes a statement as opposed to asking  question
    Declarative Sentence
  79. Subdivisions of the central idea of a presentation that provide detailed points of focus for developing the presentation
    Main Ideas
  80. Verbal or visual material that clarifies, amplifies, and provides evidence to support the main idea of a presentation
    Supporting material
  81. A website that indexes information on the world wide web in a specialized area
    Vertical search engine
  82. A web search that ties words together so that a search engine can hunt for the resulting phrase
    Boolean Search
  83. A subscription-based electronic resource that may offer access to abstracts of the full texts or entries, in addition to bibliographic data
    Online database
  84. The collection of books in a library
  85. A listing of bibliographical data for articles published in a group of magazines or journals during a given time period
    Periodical Index
  86. Material housed in the reference section of library, such as encyclopedias, dictionaries, atlases, almanacs, and books of quotations
    Reference  Resources
  87. A story or andecote that provides an example of an idea, issue, or problem the speaker is discussing
  88. An example or story that has not actually occured
    Hypothetical Illustration
  89. A word picture
  90. A statement that makes clear how something is done or why it exists in its present or past form
  91. A statement of what something means
  92. A type of definition that first places a term in the general class to which it belongs and then differentiates it from all other members of that class
  93. A definition that shows how a term works or what it does
    Operational Definition
  94. A comparison between two ideas, things, or situations that demonstrates how something unfamiliar is similar to something the audience already understands
  95. A comparison between two similar things
    Literal Analogy
  96. A comparison between two seemingly dissimilar things that share some common feature on which the comparison depends
  97. Numerical data that summarize examples
  98. Adding pr multiplying related numbers to enhance their significance
  99. The opinion of someone who is an acknowledged expert in the field under discussion
    Expert Testimony
  100. The opinion of someone who experienced an event or situation firsthand
    Lay Testimony
  101. A citation from a work of fiction or nonfiction, a poem, or another speech
    Literary Quotation
  102. The presentation of someone else's words or ideas without acknowledging the source
  103. The oral presentation of such information about a source as the author, title, and publication date
    Oral Citation
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CMMC 151- Exam 1 (Chapter 1 2 11)
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CMMC 151 Exam Chapter 11
CMMC 151- Exam 1 (Chapter 1,2,11),CMMC 151
CMMC 151- Exam 1 (Chapter 1,2,11)
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