Social Psychology-Aggression or Antisocial Behavior (AP (Advanced Placement) Psychology): Questions 6 - 11 of 12

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Question number: 6

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Frustration probably encourages aggression because it

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

decreases arousal and decreases sensitivity.

b.

relieves tension.

c.

raises arousal levels and sensitivity to cues for aggression.

d.

triggers genetic mechanisms.

e.

triggers biological cues for aggression.

Question number: 7

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Scapegoating is releasing aggression on ________ targets.

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Choice (5) Response

a.

safe

b.

unsafe

c.

moving

d.

concrete

e.

stable

Question number: 8

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Alcohol

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

causes relaxation and raises the threshold for aggression.

b.

is a direct cause of aggression.

c.

induces hypoglycemia and frustration.

d.

increases threshold for aggression.

e.

lowers the threshold for aggression.

Question number: 9

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Aggression is best defined as

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Choice (5) Response

a.

non-intrusion

b.

any action carried out with the intent of harming another person.

c.

politeness

d.

hostility.

e.

anger.

Question number: 10

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Prejudice based on displaced aggression represents a form of

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Choice (5) Response

a.

rejection.

b.

discrimination.

c.

projection.

d.

scapegoating.

e.

authoritarianism.

Question number: 11

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The insanity defense dates back to the English courts, where it was originally held that to be responsible for an act, the defendant must

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Choice (5) Response

a.

be in a state of diminished capacity.

b.

be able to recall the criminal act.

c.

understand the wrongfulness of the act.

d.

understand reality of the act.

e.

have acted on an irresistible impulse.

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