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Looking Out Looking In 14th Edition by Adler Test Bank

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Looking Out Looking In 14th Edition by Adler Test Bank

CHAPTER 2

COMMUNICATION AND IDENTITY

 

  1. Identity management occurs only in face-to-face interactions.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Pages: 55-57                                   Knowledge

 

  1. Research indicates that mediated communication offers advantages for identity management.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 56                                           Knowledge

 

  1. The influence of significant others becomes less powerful as we grow older.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 41                                           Comprehension

 

  1. The self-concept is extremely resistant to change.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Pages: 45-46                                   Comprehension

 

  1. Compared with face-to-face interaction, online communication tends to limit the control we have over managing impressions.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Page: 56                                           Knowledge

 

  1. In many cases a self-concept is based on data which may have been true at one time, but are now obsolete.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 44                                           Knowledge

 

  1. People with high self-esteem tend to disapprove of others more than people with low self-esteem.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Page: 39                                           Comprehension

 

  1. People who think highly of themselves are likely to think highly of others too.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 39                                           Knowledge

 

  1. Our concept of self is shaped by the culture in which we have been reared.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 47                                           Knowledge

 

  1. The self-concept is a relatively stable set of perceptions you hold of yourself.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 38                                           Knowledge

 

  1. The self-concept is a constantly changing set of perceptions that others have of you.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Page: 38                                           Knowledge

 

  1. Personality traits are largely a result of genetics rather than of socialization.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 40                                           Knowledge

 

  1. We tend to resist revising our own self-concept even if the new self image is more positive.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Pages: 45-46                                   Comprehension

 

  1. All inaccurate self-concepts are overly negative.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Pages: 43-44                                   Knowledge

 

  1. It is possible to have a more favorable image of yourself than the objective facts or the opinions of others warrant.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Pages: 43-44                                   Knowledge

 

  1. The person you believe yourself to be in moments of honesty is called the presenting self.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Pages: 51-52                                   Knowledge

 

  1. The face you try to show to others is called the perceived self.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Pages: 51-52                                   Knowledge

 

  1. The text advises that we shouldnt acknowledge our strengths because we will develop overly positive, distorted self-concepts.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Pages: 44-46                                   Comprehension

 

  1. Most Western cultures have what is called a collective identity.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Page: 47                                           Knowledge

 

  1. Nonverbal behaviors play a big role in managing impressions.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 55                                           Knowledge

 

  1. The process of identity management can result in dishonest behavior.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Pages: 57-58                                   Knowledge

 

  1. Most researchers agree that we are born with many of our personality traits.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 40                                           Knowledge

 

  1. According to your text, the self-concept influences much of our future behavior.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 49                                           Knowledge

 

  1. Luckily, communication from others does not affect our self-concept.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Pages: 40-43                                   Comprehension

 

  1. You shouldnt listen to the boosters and busters others give you since your self-concept is only your view of yourself.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Page: 41                                           Comprehension

 

  1. All communication behavior is aimed at making impressions.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Page: 54                                           Comprehension

 

  1. Cognitive conservatism is the tendency to cling to an existing self-concept, even when evidence shows that it is no longer the case.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Pages: 45-46                                   Knowledge

 

  1. The self-concept is a product of the positive and negative messages you have received throughout your life.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Pages: 40-43                                   Knowledge

 

  1. Opinions of family members or teachers early in your life have little impact on the formation of your self-concept.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Pages: 41, 44                                  Comprehension

 

  1. Some individuals view themselves more favorably than what the real facts indicate.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Pages: 43-44                                   Knowledge

 

  1. In a culture such as China or Japan, speaking directly is considered desirable.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Page: 47                                           Knowledge

 

  1. A competent communicator is able to call on different identities when necessary.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 52                                           Knowledge

 

  1. Being a male or female makes little difference in how others communicate with us.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Page: 49                                           Knowledge

 

  1. Defensiveness can become a problem for someone who is presented with information that contradicts his/her self-perception.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 46                                           Knowledge

 

  1. The only type of self-fulfilling prophecy that can occur is when your own expectations influence your behavior.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Pages: 50-51                                   Knowledge

 

  1. According to your text, being a high self-monitor is helpful when we want to deliberately manage our impressions.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 54                                           Knowledge

 

  1. Managing your identity can be useful when you are meeting someone at a party for the first time.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 54                                           Comprehension

 

  1. How you feel about yourself does not influence your self-concept.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Page: 38                                           Knowledge

 

  1. A high level of self-esteem guarantees interpersonal success.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Page: 39                                           Knowledge

 

  1. Interpersonal experiences can shape your personality.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 40                                           Comprehension

 

  1. All of the men in one study ranked themselves in the top half of the population in terms of their ability to get along with others.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 44                                           Knowledge

 

  1. Young women struggle more with their self-esteem than do young men.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 49                                           Knowledge

 

  1. Changing an obselete or distorted self-concept can be a good thing.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 46                                           Knowledge

 

  1. The authors suggest one way to change your self-concept is to observe a person you admire.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 46                                           Knowledge

 

  1. In one study of college men and women, only the men wanted their public selves to be viewed differently from their perceived selves.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Page: 52                                           Knowledge

 

  1. Regularly viewing your own Facebook page can actually enhance your self-esteem.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 57                                           Knowledge

 

  1. Your well-constructed and carefully-managed Facebook profile can serve as an ego-booster to you.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 57                                           Knowledge

  1. Selectively friending only people who stroke your ego can lead to a distorted self-concept.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 57                                           Comprehension

 

  1. In the workplace, it might be a better idea to withhold information than to lie or intentionally deceive.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 67                                           Evaluation

 

  1. Your text suggests that while benevolent lies are common, the truth is always the best course of action.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Pages: 67-69                                   Synthesis

 

  1. Self-disclosure must be frequent to be effective.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Page: 58                                           Comprehension

 

  1. Cliches are the most revealing type of communication.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Page: 60                                           Knowledge

 

  1. A secret that has never before been shared with anyone would qualify as a deep disclosure.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 60                                           Knowledge

 

  1. A well-documented conclusion from research is that one act of self-disclosure usually begets another.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 61                                           Knowledge

 

  1. In interpersonal relationships, the rule is: The more self-disclosure the better.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Pages: 63-64                                   Comprehension

 

  1. Since they are honest and true, comments to another, like Ive always thought you were a bit flaky, have constructive effects in self-disclosure.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Page: 65                                           Comprehension

 

  1. Lies may help us avoid embarrassment.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 68                                           Comprehension

 

  1. Couples are happiest when their levels of openness are roughly equal.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 66                                           Comprehension

 

  1. Hints are more direct than equivocal statements.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 70                                           Comprehension

 

  1. Most research shows that lies are almost always told for the benefit of the recipient.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Pages: 67-69                                   Analysis

 

  1. Your text makes the case that hints, benign lies, and equivocations are sometimes ethical alternatives to telling the truth.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 70                                           Analysis

 

  1. Self-disclosure of personal thoughts and feelings may be inappropriate and risky in the work setting.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Pages: 64-65                                   Knowledge

 

 

 

  1. All self-disclosure is reciprocal.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Pages: 61-62                                   Comprehension

 

  1. As a general rule, the best way to develop a positive interpersonal relationship is usually to begin that relationship by revealing a great amount of highly personal information about yourself.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Pages: 63-64                                   Analysis

 

  1. According to the text, real self-disclosure does not involve attempts at control of the other.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Page: 62                                           Comprehension

 

  1. The Blind window of the Johari model represents things about yourself that another may know about you, but you do not.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 60                                           Knowledge

 

  1. The Unknown window of the Johari model represents things about yourself that another knows, but you do not.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Page: 60                                           Comprehension

 

  1. The social penetration model represents both the breadth and the depth of your self-disclosure with another person.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 58                                           Knowledge  

 

  1. Not all self-disclosure draws people closer.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 65                                           Analysis

 

  1. Research shows that deception threatens relationships.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 69                                           Knowledge

 

  1. Some lies are designed to initiate interaction.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 68                                           Knowledge

 

  1. If faced with a choice to tell a face-saving lie or deliver an equivocal message, most people will tell the lie.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Page: 70                                           Knowledge

 

  1. Research supports that the quality of self-disclosure is not linked to marital satisfaction.

            Answer: F                                 Type: T                              Page: 62                                           Knowledge

 

  1. The most intimate relationships are those in which disclosure is great in both breadth and depth.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 59                                           Knowledge

 

  1. Talking a problem out can be helpful in clarifying your beliefs, opinions, thoughts, attitudes, and feelings.

            Answer: T                                 Type: T                              Page: 62                                           Knowledge

 

  1. Reciprocity usually occurs on a turn-by-turn basis.

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