Speech Test

glados's version from 2017-03-10 03:45


Question Answer
Intrapersonal CommunicationCommunication with the self
Interpersonal CommunicationCommunication with others
Physical ContextSpeaking environment, room
Cultural contextlifestyles, beliefs, values
Social-psychological contextrelationship, in/formality
Temporal contextTime of day, month, semester, etc.
EncodingPutting thoughts & words into messages
DecodingTaking messages and assigning meaning
Metamessagemessage about a message (get that email?)
FeedbackMessage from listener to speaker
FeedforwardMessage before a message
Physical noiseBackground noise (traffic, carpentry class, etc.)
Physiological noiseSpeech impediments, etc.
Psychological noiseCognitive/mental interference (retard, daydreamer, both)
Semantic noiseMisunderstanding, ambiguous language
Cognitive effect of communicationaudience is learning
Affective effect of communicationaudience is feeling
Psychomotor effect of communicationaudience is doing
Message overloadToo many messages for one person to attend to
Communication is a process ofadjustment
Communication is a package ofmessages
Communication isambiguous
Communication involvescontent and relationship dimensions
Communicationserves a purpose
Communication isinevitable, irreversible, irrepeatable
Ethnocentrism isViewing another culture with the standards of your own
Frame of Referencesum of person's knowledge, beliefs
Everything you say goes throughFrame of reference
No two people share the sameFrame of reference


Question Answer
Self-Concept isyour opinion of yourself
You, as seen through other peopleLooking glass self
Self-concept can come fromcomparisons with others
Cultural teachings come fromParents, media, gender roles
Self concept can also come fromSelf-evaluations and self-interpretations
The Open Self in the Johari windoweverything you + others know
The Blind Self in Johari windoweverything others know but you don't
The Hidden Self in Johari windowall secrets
The Unknown selfAll things unknown to you + others
To grow in self-awarenesslisten to others, increase open self, seek information about yourself, dialog with yourself
Self-Disclosuretype of communication where you reveal info about yourself
Overt disclosuretelling others about yourself
Slip of the tongueaccidental sharing of information
Non-Verbal Body Movementsa form of self-disclosure
Public confessionsanother form of self-disclosure