Social Psychology (AP Psychology): Questions 33 - 38 of 119

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Question number: 33

» Social Psychology » Group Dynamics

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People who think their ethnic, national, or religious group is superior to others are called

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

liberal.

b.

ethnocentric.

c.

authoritarian

d.

dogmatic.

Question number: 34

» Social Psychology » Group Dynamics

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Creation of superordinate goals has been shown to be effective in reducing

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

social posturing.

b.

cognitive dissonance.

c.

ethnocentrism.

d.

intergroup conflict.

Question number: 35

» Social Psychology » Organizational Behavior

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The study in which college students attached a bumper sticker for a militant black organization to their cars and then received frequent traffic citations demonstrates

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

segregation.

b.

group prejudice.

c.

discrimination.

d.

scapegoating.

Question number: 36

» Social Psychology » Organizational Behavior

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Those roles which one attains voluntarily are called

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Choice (4) Response

a.

positions.

b.

achieved roles.

c.

ascribed roles.

d.

social selves.

Question number: 37

» Social Psychology » Attitudes & Attitude Change

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When you have “clashing thoughts, ” you are experiencing

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Choice (4) Response

a.

obedience pressure.

b.

open-ended role conflict.

c.

closed-ended role conflict.

d.

cognitive dissonance.

Question number: 38

» Social Psychology » Group Dynamics

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Which of the following statements concerning “jigsaw” classrooms is TRUE?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Even though the jigsaw groups as a whole perform better, high achievers tend to do worse in such groups than when learning alone.

b.

Jigsaw groups emphasize cooperation over competition.

c.

Compared to children in traditional classrooms, children in jigsaw groups were less prejudiced but had slightly lower grades.

d.

Jigsaw groups decreases cooperation over competition.

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