Quiz 3

Question 1 (1 point)

Which of the following is NOT
likely to promote effective listening?
Question 1 options:
A) paraphrasing the speaker’s message
B) asking the other person for clarification
C) attending to the other person’s non-verbal signals
D) sitting with your arms and legs crossed

Question 2 (1 point)

What concept was demonstrated when you heard the story in class about the woman who ventured across the bridge at night to meet with a series of lovers while her husband worked the night shift?
Question 2 options:
A) discrimination
B) polygamy
C) nuclear families
D) blaming the victim

Question 3 (1 point)

Having ambiguous genitals, sex organs, and sex chromosomes is known as
Question 3 options:
A) heterosexuality
B) homosexuality
C) androgynous sexuality
D) intersexual

Question 4 (1 point)

When practicing effective communication, it is important to pay attention to the other person’s facial expressions and gestures.  These are
Question 4 options:
A) verbal and vocal qualities
B) non-verbal and non-vocal qualities
C) non-verbal and vocal qualities
D) verbal and non-vocal qualities

Question 5 (1 point)

Bigamy refers to when
Question 5 options:
A) one person enters marriage while still married to another person
B) a man is married to another man
C) a woman is married to another woman
D) a man is married to more than one woman

Question 6 (1 point)

We did an activity in class that helped most of us realize how difficult it is to talk without gesturing.  This activity was to demonstrate what?
Question 6 options:
A) the importance of using non-verbal / non-vocal communication
B) the importance of using verbal / vocal communication
C) the importance of how non-verbal commincation confuses the understanding of the spoken word
D) the importance of learning to use your video camera when taking an online class

Question 7 (1 point)

If you are trying to get someone to stop doing something that is very annoying to you, it is best to
Question 7 options:
A) give them at least one very specific example of what behavior they are doing that you don’t like
B) express to them how you feel about it
C) explain very clearly what it is that you want them to discontinue doing
D) let them know what the positive results will be if they discontinue
E) all of the above

Question 8 (1 point)

According to Bem, a person who scores high on both masculinity and femininity is referred to as
Question 8 options:
A) androcentric
B) androgynous
D) gender-role undifferentiated

Question 9 (1 point)

According to Sternberg, when all 3 components of love are present, it is known as
Question 9 options:
A) consummate love
B) romantic love
C) companionate love
D) complete love

Question 10 (1 point)

When practicing effective communication, it is important to pay attention to the other person’s tone of voice, pitch, and rate of speed when they are talking.  These are
Question 10 options:
A) verbal and vocal qualities
B) non-verbal and non-vocal qualities
C) non-verbal and vocal qualities
D) verbal and non-vocal qualities

Question 11 (1 point)

A person’s identification with the traits regarded as masculinity or femininity is called
Question 11 options:
A) gender-role identity
B) sexual orientation
C) gender-role transcendence
D) androgyny

Question 12 (1 point)

There is roughly the same percentage of interracial couples as there are
Question 12 options:
A) children being raised by grandparents
B) cohabitating couples
C) remarriages after divorce
D) adult children living with their parents

Question 13 (1 point)

Tips for making small talk with someone you just met include
Question 13 options:
A) introducing yourself and asking the other person their name
B) asking open questions about where they live, their family, work, and hobbies
C) talking about your surroundings and their thoughts on them
D) all of the above

Question 14 (1 point)

There has been an increase in the number of gay individuals opting to have children in the context of their gay relationships. Preliminary evidence suggests that

Question 14 options:
A) their children tend to be gay
B) their children show signs of being maladjusted
C) gay parents are similar to their heterosexual counterparts
D) lesbian mothers exhibit less maternal behavior than heterosexual mothers

Question 15 (1 point)

Which of the following supports that opposites, in fact, do not attract?
Question 15 options:
A) attitudinal similarity
B) exchange hypothesis
C) matching hypothesis
D) proximity

Question 16 (1 point)

Which of the following would be best for conveying that you do, indeed understand that Sarah is unhappy at work?
Question 16 options:
A) Sarah, I sense that things are not going well at work and you just want to leave that job, is that it?
B) Sarah, I understand.
C) Let’s start working on your resume
D) Sarah, it seems like your job is making you unhappy, isn’t it?
E) all of the above are good responses

Question 17 (1 point)

People who seek emotional-sexual relationships with members of the same gender
Question 17 options:
A) Asexual people
B) Bisexual
C) Homosexual
D) Heterosexual

Question 18 (1 point)

The fact that dating and married couples tend to be similar to each other in physical attractiveness supports
Question 18 options:
A) exchange hypothesis
B) reciprocal liking
C) matching hypothesis
D) proximity

Question 19 (1 point)

Parents and children are to _____ as grandparents, aunts, and cousins are to _____.
Question 19 options:
A) extended family; nuclear family
B) family of orientation; family of procreation
C) nuclear family; extended family
D) head of household; non head of household

Question 20 (1 point)

You learned in class with a self-assessment that you are ready for marriage when
Question 20 options:
A) you cohabitate beforehand
B) you are responsible and emotionally mature
C) you and your mate are financially stable
D) you go for pre-marital counseling

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