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CM 380 Interpersonal URT

Interpersonal
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Patrice Oppliger

on 24 June 2015

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Transcript of CM 380 Interpersonal URT

Interpersonal/Relational
Theories

Uncertainty Reduction Theory
Social Penetration
Deception Theory
Nonverbal Theories
breadth and depth
pacing
reciprocation
cultural etiquette
influence of technology
Dialectical Theory
"Knots of contradictions"
Integration- Separation
Expression-Nonexpression
Stability-Change
Types:
Kinetics
Proxemics
Vocalics
Haptics
Chronemics
Artifacts
"Deliberate manipulation to lead others to false conclusions"
Types of lies:
White lies
Omission
Jocose
Exaggeration
Interaction: Both receiver and sender look for deception
ex: deceivers look for suspicion and adjust
"leakage" and "truth bias"
Lie to Me clip: microexpressions
Social Exchange Theory
Stages:
orientation
exploratory affective exchange
affective exchange
stable exchange
*(later theory = nonlinear)
Economics Model

Weigh Cost vs. Rewards
in relationship decision making
Uncertainty Reduction Theory
Social Penetration Theory

1. Uncertainty decreases as amount of communication increases.

2. Nonverbal cues reduce uncertainty. Reduced uncertainty increases nonverbal cues.

3. High levels of uncertainty cause increases in information seeking.

4. High levels of uncertainty decreases intimacy.

5. High levels of uncertainty produce high rates of reciprocity.

6. Similarities reduce uncertainty.

7. Increases in uncertainty decrease liking.
Clip from the movie "Hitch"
Hitch 6:55-10:25
postsecrets.com
Computer Mediated Communication
Berger:
anonymous "flaming"
lack of nonverbal cues
http://video.about.com/psychology/8-Types-of-Nonverbal-Communication.htm
Functions of affection or power:
intimacy, arousal, dominance
Exercise:
Step 1: Write a description of 1. your childhood home and 2. a family vacation. One should be truthful and one should be a lie. Exchange papers with someone. Try to determine which one is the lie.

Step 2: Repeat Step 1 only do it face-to-face with someone new.

Step 3: Assess the differences in lie detection.
Strategies for reducing uncertainty:
URT AXIOMS (Miller, 2010):
Researchers expanded URT to include:
on-going and continuous relationships
intercultural differences
anxiety management
Clip from The Negotiator
Celebrities read mean Tweets
Homework:
Examples of nonverbal:

We reduce uncertainty by seeking more information
Factors that affect our judgment:
attraction: "halo effect"
affiliation: assumptions based on similarity
passive: look for clues
active: indirectly ask or ask others
interactive: ask directly
do you plan to see this person again?
will you be required to interact again?
what is unusual or surprising?
(in positive and negative ways)
what are your goals?
how much uncertainty can you tolerate?
We are uncomfortable with uncertainty
We are motivated to reduce uncertainty
Incentives:
Deviation:
Future interaction:
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