Social Psychology-Group Dynamics (AP (Advanced Placement) Psychology): Questions 23 - 28 of 51

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Question number: 23

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During his rise to power, Hitler blamed the Jews for Germany’s economic woes. This is an example of

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Choice (5) Response

a.

symbolic prejudice.

b.

personal discrimination.

c.

social stereotypes.

d.

scapegoating.

e.

groupthink.

Question number: 24

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Social traps can be dismantled by changing

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a.

the tendency toward groupthink.

b.

rewards and costs.

c.

compliance and assertiveness.

d.

supply and demand.

e.

the tendency towards social loafing.

Question number: 25

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A ________ group is a group based on social comparison.

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a.

convergence

b.

focus

c.

reference

d.

comparison

e.

personal identification

Question number: 26

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Copying behavior is:

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a.

Often unconscious

b.

Drive and incentive based

c.

Always goal-directed

d.

Usually carried out with minimum attention

e.

A form of habitual behavior

Question number: 27

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Expected behavior patterns associated with particular social positions are called

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a.

prejudices.

b.

culture.

c.

stereotypes.

d.

roles.

e.

mannerisms.

Question number: 28

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A reference group is

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a.

any group outside one’s social distance boundaries.

b.

any group in which one plays an active role or has membership.

c.

one with which a person has face-to-face contact.

d.

any group whose values and attitudes are not seen as relevant to one’s own.

e.

any group whose values and attitudes are seen as relevant to one’s own.

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