Chapter 10-An interpersonal relationship between

Chapter 10

1. An interpersonal relationship between two interdependent people that is mutually productive and characterized by mutual positive regard is a ().

a. Friendship

b. Workplace romance

c. Romantic relationship

d. Mentoring relationships

2. The approach called () states that people have a right to disclose information relevant to the choices they make.

a. Self-disclosure ethics

b. Information ethics

c. Informed consent

d. Awareness ethics

3. Conflict in the relationships shared by Kelly and Tammy is lessened by the fact that each concedes decisions to the other in certain areas of expertise. Such a relationship is said to exhibit which of the following?

a. Monopoly pattern

b. Unbalanced split pattern

c. Balanced split pattern

d. Equity pattern

4. In the () stage of friendship, you become more other-oriented and are more willing to make sacrifices for the other person.

a. Contact

b. Involvement

c. Close and Intimate

d. Intensifying

5. Sally and Jeff have been classmates since the third grade. However, they do not have trust or loyalty in their relationship. Their friendship can best be classified as

a. Receptivity

b. Reciprocity

c. Association

d. Collaboration

6. The first stage of friendship is

a. Contact

b. Stimulation

c. Involvement

d. Initiation

7. In (), the relationship is transitory, the kind we have with classmates and neighbors – cordial but not intense.

a. Friendship

b. Reciprocity

c. Receptivity

d. Association

8. In their relationship, Kim and Robin eat their meals together, present themselves to others as a unified couple, and seldom if ever have sex-role conflicts with regard to their relationship. They exemplify

a. Separates

b. Traditionals

c. Independents

d. Interdependents

9. This type of love is compassionate and selfless.

a. Ludus

b. Pragma

c. Storge

d. Agape

10. A relationship where an experienced individual helps to train a less experienced person is a () relationship.

a. Mentoring

b. Reciprocal

c. Networking

d. Pragmatic

11. Lenny and Lisa are best friends. They both have the same values and beliefs. Their love can best be defined as

a. Pragma

b. Eros

c. Storge

d. Agape

12. Which of the following is a consequence of relationship violence?

a. Physical injuries

b. Lost days of work

c. Loss of self-esteem

d. All of the above are consequences

13. Cory is crazy about Lori. He cannot live without her. He spends all his time with her, and when she isn’t around he gets so depressed. Cory is experiencing

a. Eros

b. Storge

c. Mania

d. Agape

14. We tend to look for all of the following in a friend EXCEPT

a. Ego support

b. Stimulation

c. Practicality

d. Security

15. Max thinks Kim is gorgeous. He can’t focus on anything else but her beauty and sexuality. Max is experiencing

a. Eros

b. Storge

c. Pragma

d. Agape

16. This type of love is seen as a game and focuses on entertainment and excitement.

a. Eros

b. Storge

c. Agape

d. Ludus

17. According to the text, friendship may be defined as an interpersonal relationship

a. That involves intimacy and shared activities

b. Where an experienced person helps a less experienced one.

c. That benefits at least one person.

d. That is mutually productive

18. What is NOT true in relation to workplace romances?

a. Office romances lead to decreased work satisfaction

b. Many organizations have rules against workplace romances

c. Workplace romances may affect coworkers surrounding them

d. The workplace is a good place to meet a potential partner

19. Bitter conflicts about authority may result in which relationship pattern?

a. Monopoly pattern

b. Unbalanced split pattern

c. Balanced split pattern

d. Equity pattern

20. Which type of friendship is considered to be ideal?

a. Friendship of association

b. Friendship of reciprocity

c. Friendship of receptivity

d. Friendship of necessity

21. () techniques involve helping the other person to maintain a positive image.

a. Face-detracting

b. Face-enhancing

c. Avoidance

d. Gunnysacking

22. Which lover’s relationships rarely deteriorate?

a. Pragma

b. Agape

c. Storge

d. Eros

23. In a () relationship, you make connections with people who can help get you a job, answer your questions, or help you relocate.

a. Mentoring

b. Networking

c. Romantic

d. Balanced split

24. According to Duck (1986), in many romantic relationships, the first stage is characterized by

a. Eros, mania and ludus love

b. Storge and pragma love

c. Eros, storge and pragma love

d. Agape love

25. This type of friendship refers to someone who introduces you to new ideas and new ways of seeing the world.

a. Security

b. Affirmation

c. Utility

d. Stimulation

26. Which of the following is NOT an increasing trend in contemporary families in the US?

a. Increased number of grown children living with parents

b. A growing number of cohabitants (people living together)

c. More children living with one parent

d. Tendency towards larger families

27. Which of the following is a friendship need that is based on someone who helps you recognize your attributes (e.g. leadership skills, artistic talent, or sense of humor)?

a. Utility

b. Stimulation

c. Affirmation

d. Ego support

28. In this type of friendship, one person is the primary giver and one is the receiver.

a. Reciprocity

b. Receptivity

c. Association

d. Collaboration

29. Which of the following is NOT true in regard to family relationships?

a. Members of collectivist cultures are more likely to restrict family information.

b. Family rules should be inflexible to maintain structure.

c. Family rules should be negotiable.

d. All families teach rules for communication

30. There are no advantages to workplace relationships. (True/False)

31. () messages don’t follow any of the formal lines of communication established by an organization.

a. Upward

b. Lateral

c. Grapevine

d. Networking

32. Research has not confirmed the idea that interpersonal relationships contribute significantly to physical and emotional health. (True/False)

33. Men’s friendships center around shared activities. (True/False)

34. In general friendships in collectivist cultures are closer than friendships in individualist cultures. (True/False)

35. In general, workplace romance is not advisable. (True/False)

36. Women are more likely to form relationships on the internet than men. (True/False)

37. Research has shown that ()% of girls and ()% of boys have had sex before the age of 15.

a. 13/15

b. 5/7

c. 10/20

d. 15/10