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Chapter 4

PSYB10H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Nonverbal Communication, Gender Role, Dispositional Attribution


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYB10H3
Professor
Elizabeth Page- Gould
Chapter
4

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Social Psychology, 4Ce (Aronson/Wilson/Akert/Fehr)
Chapter 4 Social Perception: How We Come to Understand Other People
Ch. 4-01 According to the authors, it's not easy to understand and explain other people's behaviours because
A)other people work to hide their motivations and intentions.
B)we have access only to observable behaviours.
C)we are biased by our own motivations.
D)social behaviour is often random.
E)social behaviour is often performed without conscious awareness.
Answer: B
Type: MC Page Ref: 89-90
Skill: Factual
Ch. 4-02 According to the authors, why are reality TV shows like Survivor of interest to viewers from a social
psychological perspective?
A)They provide a valuable lesson on how you should not trust people's verbal statements.
B)Reality TV allows psychologists a cost effective way to study causal relationships.
C) It provides an interesting and convenient way to test one's theories of social perception.
D)Unlike real life, it is easy to see what people's true motivations are.
E) It is possible to determine if people are lying to one another.
Answer: C
Type: MC Page Ref: 89-90
Skill: Conceptual
Ch. 4-03 Professor Axelrod is interested in the effects of physical attractiveness on how others interpret the
appearance and behaviours of attractive versus unattractive people. Professor Axelrod is most likely to
be interested in
A)personality theory.
B)attribution theory.
C) lie detection.
D)social encoding.
E)social perception.
Answer: E
Type: MC Page Ref: 89-90
Skill: Applied
Ch. 4-04 _______ is defined as how we form impressions of other people and make inferences about them.
A)Social encoding
B)Covariation
C)Social perception
D)Attribution theory
E)Social inference
Answer: C
Type: MC Page Ref: 89-90
Skill: Factual
Ch. 4-05 The way in which people communicate intentionally or unintentionally without words refers to
A)body language.
B)proxemics.
C)nonverbal communication.
D)emotional responsiveness.
E)self-presentation.
Answer: C
Type: MC Page Ref: 91
Skill: Factual
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Ch. 4-06 On your birthday, you arrive home and are overjoyed to find a large bouquet of flowers from your best
friend. Your eyes grow wide and a broad smile crosses your face. You laugh in delight. This example
best illustrates _______ as a primary use of nonverbal behaviour.
A)expressing emotions
B)universality
C)communicating one's personality traits
D) facilitating verbal communication
E)conveying attitudes
Answer: A
Type: MC Page Ref: 92-93
Skill: Applied
Ch. 4-07 Karen is on the phone when her roommate enters the room. Karen signals to her roommate to be quiet
by pointing to the phone, shaking her head, and placing a raised index finger in front of her mouth. This
example illustrates the use of nonverbal communication to _______ verbal communication.
A)contradict
B)duplicate
C)expand
D)substitute for
E)augment
Answer: D
Type: MC Page Ref: 91-92
Skill: Applied
Ch. 4-08 Sheila fancies herself an outgoing extravert. She smiles a lot and gestures dramatically as she talks. This
example best illustrates the use of nonverbal behaviour to
A)convey attitudes.
B)express emotions.
C)contradict personal beliefs.
D) facilitate verbal communication.
E)communicate personality traits.
Answer: E
Type: MC Page Ref: 91-92
Skill: Applied
Ch. 4-09 Eva and her roommate haven't been getting along lately. Every time Eva enters the room, her roommate
looks away and turns her body so that her back is to Eva. This example best illustrates the use of
nonverbal behaviour to
A)express emotion.
B) facilitate verbal communication.
C)contradict verbal communication.
D)convey attitudes.
E)communicate personality traits.
Answer: D
Type: MC Page Ref: 91-92
Skill: Applied
Ch. 4-10 When people ask questions, the pitch of their voice typically goes up at the end of the sentence to signal
others that a response is expected. This phenomenon best illustrates the use of nonverbal behaviour to
A)disguise a speaker's intent.
B)convey attitudes.
C)communicate personality traits.
D) facilitate verbal communication.
E)express emotion.
Answer: D
Type: MC Page Ref: 92
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Skill: Applied
Ch. 4-11 Consider the following quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson (1860): "An eye can threaten like a loaded
and leveled gun, or can insult like hissing or kicking; or, in its altered mood, by beams of kindness, it
can make the heart dance with joy." Emerson was most likely referring to _______ using nonverbal
communication.
A) inhibiting verbal communication
B)conveying attitudes
C)communicating one's personality traits
D)contradicting the spoken word
E) facilitating verbal communication
Answer: B
Type: MC Page Ref: 91-92
Skill: Conceptual
Ch. 4-12 When people communicate using nonverbal behaviour, they typically use
A)multiple channels.
B) their eyes.
C) their mouth.
D) their hands.
E) their tone of voice.
Answer: A
Type: MC Page Ref: 91-92
Skill: Factual
Ch. 4-13 Naturalist Charles Darwin (1872) argued that nonverbal behaviours began as _______ and then became
_______.
A)physiological responses.....culture-specific
B)evolutionary adaptations.....communicative
C)physiological responses.....evolutionarily adaptive
D)species-specific.....culture-specific
E)culture specific....physiological responses.
Answer: C
Type: MC Page Ref: 92
Skill: Factual
Ch. 4-14 Express is to _______ as interpret is to _______.
A)decode.....encode
B)encode.....emit
C)emit.....encode
D)encode.....decode
E)decode....emit
Answer: D
Type: MC Page Ref: 92
Skill: Conceptual
Ch. 4-15 Charles Darwin's interest in _______ led him to believe that facial expressions are _______.
A)anthropology.....culture-specific
B)evolution.....species-specific
C) learning.....culture-specific
D)culture....culture-specific
E)anthropology.....species-specific
Answer: B
Type: MC Page Ref: 92
Skill: Factual
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