Emotions in Communication MCQs

Emotions in Communication MCQs

Try to answer these 20+ Emotions in Communication MCQs and check your understanding of the Emotions in Communication subject.
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1: Managing of emotions is known as

A.   Coping

B.   Doping

C.   Roping

D.   All of above

2: Debilitative emotion is an emotion to --------per­son’s ability to function effectively.

A.   Impede

B.   Coincide

C.   Recede

D.   Decide

3: Revealing how another’s behav­ior affects one without expressing any judgment of that behavior is called -------- feelings.

A.   Describing

B.   Explaining

C.   Rejecting

D.   Dejecting

4: Displaying feelings is ------ enacting one’s feelings.

A.   Overtly

B.   Overly

C.   Over all

D.   Completely

5: Passing of mood from person to person is Emotion contagion.

A.   True

B.   False

6: Emotion state is an emotion limited --------.

A.   Endurace

B.   Patience

C.   Resilience

D.   Encouragement

7: Emotion that persists during per­son-to-person interactions is called

A.   Emotion State

B.   Emotion Trait

C.   Emotion Base

D.   Emotion Interaction

8: The _______ to handle and con­trol one’s emotional responses is called Emotional Ineptitude

A.   Ability

B.   Emotion

C.   Reaction

D.   Inability

9: Emotional Intelligence is the ability to _____oneself or to persist in the face of frustration

A.   Motivate

B.   Demotivate

C.   Both of these

D.   None of these

10: Emotionally Tone-Deaf is Unable to listen ______.

A.   Verbally

B.   Physically

C.   Empathetically

D.   Socially

11: The feelings one experiences in reaction to one’s surroundings.

A.   _______are the feelings one experiences in reaction to one’s surroundings

B.   Reactions

C.   Emotions

D.   Expressions

E.   Relations

12: Indirect answers to avoid ________ another person is called Face-Saving.

A.   Hurting

B.   Embar­rassing

C.   None of these

D.   Both of these

13: _____Emotion is An emotion that promotes effective functioning.

A.   Facilitative

B.   Commutative

C.   Effective

D.   Denotative

14: Flame War is exchange of out-of-control _______ messages.

A.   Online

B.   Verbal

C.   Social

D.   Text

15: Losing of emotional self-control while send­ing a message _________ is known as Flaming

A.   Verbal

B.   Online

C.   Mail

D.   Text

16: Media Models are The ______ depicted in the mass media.

A.   Videos

B.   Images

C.   Messages

D.   Mails

17: The ability to recover quickly from disappointments is called

A.   Intelligence

B.   Telepresence

C.   Resilience

D.   None of these

18: Social ________ is The ability to understand and relate to people

A.   Telepresence

B.   Resilience

C.   Relations

D.   Intelligence

19: Telepresence is sense of physically being in a different ____through virtual reality.

A.   Place

B.   Time

C.   Both of these

D.   None of these

20: The preservation of dignity is also referred to as ______.

A.   Face-saving

B.   Facing

C.   Face-threatening

D.   Face-controlling

21: Describing feelings and displaying feelings are the same thing.

A.   True

B.   False

22: Virtual reality can impact our emotions because of its ability to give us ______.

A.   Media presence

B.   Teleawareness

C.   Media awareness

D.   Telepresence

23: When we have an emotional response that is of limited duration lasting from seconds to hours and varying from mild to intense, it is called an emotional ______.

A.   Trait

B.   State

C.   Feature

D.   Mood

24: The inability to control an emotional response is called ______.

A.   Emotional ineptitude

B.   Emotional intelligence

C.   Emotional unintelligence

D.   Uncontrolled emotions

25: Face-saving is more important to individualistic cultures than it is to collectivistic ones.

A.   True

B.   False

26: ______ refers to the management of our emotions.

A.   Controlling

B.   Dealing

C.   Handling

D.   Coping

27: Media models, or the images that we see on television, in advertising, and in movies have the potential to affect our emotions.

A.   True

B.   False

28: We read emotions partly by mirroring facial expressions.

A.   True

B.   False

29: The inability to control an emotional response is called emotional ineptitude.

A.   True

B.   False