Paper type: Essay Pages: 5 (1081 words)
It involves perceived scarce resources
What is true with respect to interpersonal conflict?
They are not engaged in conflict because conflict must be expressed
Felix and Hector are facing differing views, but nothing has been voiced. What is true?
All of these are true
Frank and Samantha are facing predicaments
Conflict is a hammer
What is not true concerning common conflict metaphors identified in the textbook?
Thinking of conflict as a game if you traditionally think of it as a battle
What accurately reflects the idea of reframing a conflict?
The specific point of contention giving rise to the conflict
The content dimension of a conflict relates to what?
John stopped a conflict with Anna.
Their exchange is an example of
Calcium deposits in the kidneys
What is not one of the health detriments associated with conflict?
When two points of view are in conflict and share no common ground
Relationships with in-laws
Research shows that three issues top the list as sources of conflict, what is not one of them?
Women are always taught to be submissive to the demands of men
what is not true concerning sex and conflict?
All of these
Examples of passive aggression as defined in the text?
Women are most likely to demand and men are most likely to withdraw
When spouses engage in the demand withdrawal pattern who is most likely to demand and withdraw?
All of these
What is true about collectivistic cultures?
Always respond using the same communication medium
What is not useful for managing a conflict online?
The ability to manipulate, influence, or control other people or events
Power is known as a single dimension concept
What is not true concerning statements about power?
A complimentary relationship
A relationship between a person of higher power and a person of lesser power
The form of power derived from the ability to punish
Women earn only about blank as much as men
Using words to attack or demean others
High power distance
People in this type of culture think of the unequal distribution of power as normal or even desirable
The practice of saving up past grievances and bringing them all up at the same time
A type of behavior where people insult each other and attack each other’s self worth
Flooding happens when someone engaged in conflict is emotionally or psychologically unable to engage the discussion further
In one statement, correctly define the concept of flooding
This conflict management strategy involves a high concern for the other party but a low concern for the self
To qualify as conflict, a struggle or disagreement has to be expressed
The most distressed relationships are those with the most frequent conflict
The strength of the immune system is predicted by the way people handle conflict, particularly in romantic relationships
The topics that gay and lesbian couples experience conflict over tend to differ from the conflict topics of heterosexual couples
traditional gender socialization encourages men to use accommodating conflict management strategies
The disinhibition effect suggest that online conflicts are more likely to involve in equitable distribution of power than face to face conflicts
Referent power derives from one’s admiration for, and attraction to, another
As an approach to structuring families and communities, patriarchy is virtually universal
Stonewalling involves seeing yourself as a victim and denying responsibility for your own behaviour
The goal of collaboration is to identify a win win solution to a conflict
If you try hard enough, you can resolve any conflict
Researchers determined that more than blank of the statements made in a week involved some form of deception
The receiver must believe the information is true
What is not true concerning the characteristics of deception?
Miss representing facts for the purpose of material gain
Tanya did not lie to her boss because she believed her statement was true
Tanya had an appointment, and didn’t check her calendar.
what is true?
People commonly engage in deception to avoid hurting others feelings
What does deception can serve as a social lubricant mean?
Some lies take advantage of others ignorance
What is not true concerning common reasons for deception?
What form of deception is an act of dissimulation?
Sandra mats found that almost half of people’s deception attempts involved what form of deception?
Ramon responds to his girlfriend asking if he loves her with an ambiguous response. What form of deception is this?
Frank’s grandfather always increases the size of his fish from his fishing story. What is this an example of?
The salesperson engaged in deception by omission
Ronaldo bought a TV, and realized it was too expensive. This was because he had to purchase additional channels. what is true?
The average person can detect deception approximately what percentage of the time?
All of these
What contributes to peoples inability to detect deception accurately?
A third party reveals the truth
According to research, most people discover that they have been lied to when
What behavioral change is a reliable cue to deception?
Men are more likely than women to lie about this characteristic in an online dating ad
An increase in which nonverbal behavior is indicative of deception?
Being lied to by a highly motivated liar
What would tend to increase your chances of detecting deception?
They focus their research on the speaker’s nonverbal cues
How do researchers study deceptive behaviour in cross-cultural environments?
A listener is so suspicious that he or she doubts someone else’s truthful statement
An example of the othello error
Many forms of politeness and discretion involves being deceptive
It is impossible to lie if everything you say is true
It is possible to be deceptive without ever saying a word
Deception done for the right reasons is not really deception
Most people are quite good at detecting deception
Our truth bias is usually stronger for friends than for strangers
One of the most common ways people discover they have been lied to is from third party information
Pupil dilation usually decreases when people are being deceptive
Vocal characteristics are usually poor indicators of deception
When lying to a stranger, one will usually be more successful doing so in a face to face conversation than in an email message