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A person who labels another
driver as an “idiot” after that
driver cut them off during rush
hour would be said to show…
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A. Self-serving bias
B. FAE
C. Actor-observer
D. Prejudice
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The strongest predictor of how
much we will like a person upon
meeting them for the first time is…
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A. Similarity
B. Physical
attractiveness
C. Self-disclosure
D. Proximity
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A smoker illustrates the
process of ___________ when
he claims that the evidence
that smoking causes lung
cancer is not very convincing.
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A. Diffusion of
responsibility
B. Cognitive
dissonance
C. Denial
D. Disbelief
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Emily and Matt both live in Phoenix,
Arizona. Which theory of attraction
would best explain why they may
start dating?
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A. Self-disclosure
B. Attribution theory
C. Similarity
D. Proximity
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When there is a large group of
bystanders, individuals are likely
to experience…
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A. Diffusion of
responsibility
B. Role confusion
C. Blind obedience
D. Peer pressure
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The experiments of ______ were
powerful demonstrations of
obedience to authority.
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A. Zimbardo
B. Asch
C. Milgram
D. Robber
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At the homecoming assembly you
take part in harassing the 9th graders
in your school, an activity you would
not likely engage in on your own.
Which of the following best explains
your behavior?
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A. Social loafing
B. FAE
C. Social facilitation
D. Deindividuation
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______ is the field that studies
human interactions and
relationships.
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A. Humanistic
psych
C. Sociology
B. Social psych
D. Sociobiology
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When individuals’ opinions
become more extreme it is
considered to be a result of…
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A. Social loafing
B. Social facilitation
C. Peer influence
D. Group polarization
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We tend to believe that other
people’s mistakes are due to…
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A. Personal traits
B. Situational factors
C. Random chance
D. Luck
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________ conducted the Stanford
Prison Experiment.
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A. Stanley Milgram
B. Solomon Asch
C. Dr. Black
D. Philip Zimbardo
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People using a self-serving bias
attribute their success to _____
factors and their failures to
_____ factors.
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A. Internal; external
dispositional
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B. Situational;
C. Environmental;
personal
D. External; internal
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_______ of the experimental
group continued administering
the shocks in Milgram’s
experiment.
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A. 2/3
B. Almost half
C. 1/4
D. 3/4
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Situationism assumes that the
________ influences people's
behavior, feelings, and thoughts
to a greater degree than innate
personality.
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A. Environment
B. Past experience
C. Person’s traits
D. Thought processes
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Prejudice is a(n) ___________,
while discrimination is a(n)
____________.
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A. Behavior; attitude
response
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B. Stimulus;
C. Attitude; behavior
D. Choice; ethic
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The key components of love,
according to Sternberg, are
intimacy, passion, and…
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A. Romance
B. Commitment
C. Understanding
D. Honesty
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When your boss at work
encourages all of the employees
to go along with his ideas without
question he is encouraging…
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A. Self-serving bias
B. Group
polarization
C. Deindividuation
D. Groupthink
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The tendency to emphasize
internal causes and ignore
external pressures when
describing other’s behavior is
known as…
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A. Self-serving bias
B. Social loafing
C. Actor-observer
D. FAE
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If Bob is average in terms of his
looks he may not ask Sally to go
on a date with him for fear of
rejection. Which theory explains
Bob’s behavior?
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A. Reward theory
B. Expectancy-value
C. Low self-esteem
D. Dissimilarity
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The key determinant of
individual behavior, according to
social psychology, is the
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A. Social situation
B. Person’s
upbringing
C. Group
D. Person’s traits
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________ theory claims that we
like those best that give us
maximum rewards at minimum
costs.
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A. Reward
B. Expectancy-value
C. Physical
attractiveness
D. Law of proximity
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You are working on a group project
in class with 4 other people. It turns
out that yourself and two others are
the only ones doing any work. What
would best explain why the other 2
members of your group are not
working?
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A. Deindividuation
B. Scapegoating
C. Social facilitation
D. Social loafing
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By creating situations that demanded
_______ between groups, the conflict
between the Eagles and the Rattlers
eventually decreased in the Robber’s
Cave experiment.
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A. Socialization
B. Conflict
C. Diversity
D. Cooperation
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When we go along with a request
from an authority figure, without
knowing who they are or what
they represent, this is known
as…
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A. Obedience
B. Conformity
C. Role playing
D. Groupthink
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Two people decide to marry after
years of corresponding via email,
but they have never met one
another. This situation reflects
the attraction exerted by…
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A. Proximity
B. Similarity
C. Commitment
D. Self-disclosure
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The Asch effect is known as the
classic illustration of…
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A. Social roles
B. Conformity
C. Obedience
D. Cohesiveness
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The __________ hypothesis
argues that we are likely to end
up with friends that are at our
same level of attractiveness.
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A. Similarity
B. Expectancy
C. Reward
D. Matching
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In the Robber’s Cave study,
group _________ was increased
within a single group by
separating the two groups of
boys.
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A. Think
B. Conformity
C. Cohesiveness
D. Conflict
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You have practiced for weeks to
perform in the fall play at school.
During practice you occasionally mess
up your lines, however on opening
night your performance is flawless.
Which of the following did you likely
experience?
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A. Self-serving bias
B. Deindividuation
C. FAE
D. Social facilitation
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When you talk to your parents about
extending your curfew until 1:00 am
you both become irate and wind up at
even more extreme positions. This is
an example of…
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A. Aggression
B. Group polarization
C. Social loafing
D. Groupthink
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In families with multiple siblings,
the youngest child who is often
blamed for everything easily falls
prey to…
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A. Social loafing
B. Prejudice
C. Scapegoating
D. Discrimination
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The process of cognitive dissonance
motivates people to try and match
their ______ and _______.
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A. ideas; thoughts
B. actions; attitudes
C. actions; behaviors
D. attitudes; beliefs
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