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1

If you hold your index finger to your closed lips so that the person seated next to you stops talking, which kinesic behavior are you using?

A. gesture
B. illustrator
C. regulator
D. emblem

Regulator.

2

All of the following facial expressions are thought to be the same across cultures EXCEPT

A. happiness.
B. calmness.
C. anger.
D. fear.
E. sadness.

Fear.

3

Paralinguistics includes the examination of various vocal qualities, which includes all of the following EXCEPT

A. speed.
B. pitch.
C. rhythm.

Pitch.

4

_____ are the sounds we utter that do not have the structure of language

A. Rhythms
B. Noises
C. Vocalizations
D. Proxemics

Vocalizations.

5

The expressions “Time is money” and “Don’t waste your time” reflect the _____ of time

A. use
B. sequence
C. value
D. priority

Value.

6

Ben shows up late for his job interview. His interviewer’s expectations for appropriate _____ behavior are violated

A. chronemic
B. haptic
C. kinesic
D. proxemic

Chronemic.

7

When you talk on the phone while working on your computer and watching TV, you are using time

A. monochronically.
B. polychronically.
C. multichronically.
D. trichronically.

Polychronically.

8

Personal distance ranges from _____.

A. 0 to 18 inches
B. 18 inches to 4 feet
C. 4 to 12 feet
D. 12 to 25 feet

18 inches to 4 feet.

9

Interacting with grocery clerks, sales clerks, or coworkers is likely to occur at the _____ distance

A. intimate
B. personal
C. social
D. public

Social.

10

Which of the following is an example of functional touch?

A. handshake
B. kiss on the cheek
C. touch on a patient’s cheek by a dentist
D. long hug

Touch on a patient’s cheek by a dentist.

11

When a child tugs on her parent’s shirt to get the parent’s attention, the child is using what type of touch?

A. functional touch
B. social–polite touch
C. love–intimate touch
D. demand touch

Love–intimate touch.

Demand touch.

12

The type of touch likely to occur during a job interview when you shake hands with the interviewer is called _____ touch

A. professional
B. social–polite
C. friendship
D. love–intimate

Social polite.

13

Trevor sarcastically stated, “That was a funny joke,” while he rolled his eyes. Which means of nonverbal behavior interacting with a verbal message is being conveyed?

A. repeating
B. highlighting
C. complementing
D. contradicting

Contradicting.

14

James is talking to a small group of friends. During the conversation, he leans forward and looks at the current speaker to indicate he would like to speak next. Which function of nonverbal behavior is he displaying?

A. communicating information
B. regulating interaction
C. expressing and managing intimacy
D. social control
E. service-task functions

Regulating interaction.

15

Rafael pointed left to the customer outside the locked door indicating the direction of an unlocked door. Which means of nonverbal behavior interacting with a message is being conveyed?

A. substituting
B. highlighting
C. complementing
D. repeating

Substituting.

16

Pauline glared at the driver who did not wait for her to cross the street with her baby. Which function of nonverbal behavior is she displaying?

A. communicating information
B. regulating interaction
C. expressing and managing intimacy
D. social control
E. service-task functions

Social control.

17

Which of the following is TRUE regarding the relationship between power and nonverbal communication?

A. They are unrelated.
B. Powerful people tend to set the norms for artifacts.
C. Nonverbal communication tends to be very consistent across cultures.
D. All of the above.

Powerful people tend to set the norms for artifacts.

18

An organization that forbids employees from having or obtaining tattoos is using _____ to regulate the nonverbal communication of its employees

A. power
B. law
C. stereotypes
D. all of the above

Power.

19

Prejudice may be communicated nonverbally through all of the following EXCEPT

A. not looking at people when they talk.
B. refusing to touch their skin.
C. giving another person an excessively wide berth while sharing a sidewalk.
D. making someone wait when you are busy.

Making someone wait when you are busy.

20

An employer who bullies his/her employee by patronizing, yelling frequently, and touching inappropriately reflects _____ nonverbal communication

A. ethical
B. unethical
C. contradictory
D. sufficing

Unethical.

21

People exhibit nonverbal behaviors virtually all the time they are conscious

A. True
B. False

True.

22

Nonverbal communication can be difficult to interpret because it is multi-channeled

A. True
B. False

True.

23

Immediacy refers to the degree of tension one’s body displays

A. True
B. False

True.

24

Posture and movement often convey information about a person’s mood

A. True
B. False

True.

25

Space between interactants may communicate intimacy or power

A. True
B. False

True.