1. Define, in your own words, interpersonal communication. Identify and describe the three models of communication discussed in your textbook. Identify the strengths and limitations of each model. 2. Compare and contrast what happens in an I You relationship with what happens in an I Thou relationship. 3. Choose three of the five needs Maslow identified and provide examples of how those needs are met through communication. 4. The author of your textbook states that interpersonal communication involves ethical choices. Define ethics and explain why interpersonal communication involves ethical choices, especially in relation to other interpersonal communication principles. 5. Describe the Johari Window, making sure to identify and give an example of each quadrant by citing examples of significant others in your own life. 6. Define the ladder of abstraction. Use the ladder of abstraction to explain how you perceived and acted in a particular situation. Make sure that you include and label each level of the abstraction ladder in your example. 7. Your friend, Tina, has a problem with perception and communication. Based on what you have studied so far and what is discussed in your textbook, fully describe three guidelines for improving perception and communication. 8. Using a specific example of a time when you misperceived a situation, name and explain how at least three of the guidelines of perception would have helped you perceive the situation more accurately. 9. Explain how the self fulfilling prophecy works and how it may impact or relate to one s performance or result overall. 10. Explain how we form impressions using stereotypes. Is stereotyping always negative?