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Multiple Choice Questions

This activity contains 20 questions.

Question 1.
Interpersonal communication occurs only when

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Question 2.
What is "context"?

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Question 3.
Interpersonal communication helps one

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Question 4.
In the communication process, to encode means to

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Question 5.
Feedback is a listener's

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Question 6.
To decode a message is to

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Question 7.
A message is a signal that serves as

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Question 8.
Feedback can come in the form of

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Question 9.
In the communication process, a receiver is

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Question 10.
Noise does the following:

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Question 11.
An example of physiological noise is

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Question 12.
An example of a communication channel is

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Question 13.
Which of the three components are part of the human communication process?

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Question 14.
In interpersonal communication, ethics

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Question 15.
Which of the following is an example of a nonverbal message?

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Question 16.
The ability to communicate effectively

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Question 17.
If something is said in error, it must be understood that interpersonal communication is

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Question 18.
A message can only be deemed effective when it is

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Question 19.
Learning to communicate with others is key to

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Question 20.
Encoding is important because it

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