MCQ On Communication Practice Test 35

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MCQ on Communication QUESTION ANSWERS.

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Question 1
Which statement about touch is FALSE?
A
Touch is the first of the five senses to develop.
B
Social-polite touch is the least intimate of the categories listed in the chapter.
C
A physician touching a patient for a physical exam is an example of functional-professional touch.
D
The situation at hand is one factor that influences touch.
Question 2
Which of the following is NOT a barrier to listening mentioned in this chapter?
A
cognitive dissonance
B
anxiety
C
time-style focus
D
a passive listener
Question 3
Respect is essential when practising as a health professional.
A
However, you only need to respect yourself and your colleagues.
B
It is the foundational factor that builds mutual understanding and a therapeutic relationship.
C
It is especially important when relating to people older than you.
D
However, you only need to respect those people who respect you.
Question 4
Which statement concerning self-disclosure is FALSE?
A
Women tend to be willing to self-disclose more often than men.
B
It is most rewarding when it leads to greater intimacy in a relationship.
C
Fear of losing one's individuality can be a deterrent.
D
Fear of being abandoned can be a deterrent.
Question 5
Bennis noted all of the following traits as positive to the likelihood of leader success EXCEPT
A
self-knowledge
B
openness to feedback
C
the ability to reduce risk-taking
D
readiness to learn from adversity
Question 6
What statement about regrettable talk is incorrect?
A
Usually such statements harm the relationship to the point that it can not be repaired.
B
Usually people realize immediately when they say something inappropriate.
C
This involves saying something inappropriate and embarrassing someone.
D
More often than not, no harm was intended by the speaker.
Question 7
Paralinguistic features of the voice are suprasegmentals that change meaning.
A
They have the same role and importance as body language.
B
Their use varies across cultures.
C
The words usually carry more of the message than these features.
D
They include emphasis, pauses and tone of voice, and are easily misunderstood.
Question 8
In analyzing criticism, which statement is TRUE?
A
Criticism is seen as negative when it is given in front of others.
B
The most common target is personal appearance, according to studies.
C
Criticism usually originates from the lower-status person who resents being in a powerless position.
D
Only bad criticism contains negative words.
Question 9
Displays of feelings vary by cultures. Which of the following is NOT true?
A
Many Asian cultures use high degrees of facial expressions.
B
Arabic cultures freely express grief.
C
Most Americans hide grief or sorrow.
D
Sometimes, excessive smiling may signal shallowness.
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