Social Psychology (AP Psychology): Questions 99 - 104 of 119

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Question number: 99

» Social Psychology » Group Dynamics

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Shows such as Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood and Sesame Street demonstrate TV’s ability to

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Choice (4) Response

a.

teach prosocial behavior.

b.

reduce tension and frustration.

c.

sensitize children.

d.

disinhibit antisocial behavior.

Question number: 100

» Social Psychology » Group Dynamics

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The social distance scale is mainly a measure of:

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a.

Upward social mobility

b.

Hierarchy of social class

c.

Cohesiveness of a group

d.

Ethnic attitude

Question number: 101

» Social Psychology » Interpersonal Perception

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________ attachment style is marked by conflicting feelings of affection, anger, and emotional turmoil.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Mutual

b.

Secure

c.

Ambivalent

d.

Avoidant

Question number: 102

» Social Psychology » Group Dynamics

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In an experiment in which a “student” simulated a seizure, helping was inhibited by

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Choice (4) Response

a.

reference cognitive dissonance.

b.

group discussion.

c.

diffusion of responsibility.

d.

conditions employing smaller groups.

Question number: 103

» Social Psychology » Attitudes & Attitude Change

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In Thurston’s method of attitude scaling, the key factor is the use of:

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a.

Positive and negative items

b.

Reinforcement

c.

Quantity

d.

Numbers

Question number: 104

» Social Psychology » Group Dynamics

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A compulsion by decision makers to maintain each other’s approval, even at the cost of critical thinking and good judgment, is called

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a.

social loafing.

b.

social conformity.

c.

groupthink.

d.

the halo effect.

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