Social Psychology-Group Dynamics (AP (Advanced Placement) Psychology): Questions 38 - 43 of 51

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Question number: 38

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Discrimination refers to behaviors that

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a.

occur when members of a racial group threaten an individual’s security.

b.

encourages individuals from doing things they should be able to do.

c.

are directed toward a particular group.

d.

prevent individuals from doing things they should be able to do.

e.

allow us to tell one ethnic group from another.

Question number: 39

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Moderate self-disclosure typically leads to

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romantic attraction.

b.

reciprocity.

c.

rejection.

d.

competence matching.

e.

regression.

Question number: 40

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Oversimplified concepts of groups of people are referred to as

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a.

relational stereotypes.

b.

social loafing.

c.

social stereotypes.

d.

disjunctive stereotypes.

e.

group thinking.

Question number: 41

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An ongoing pattern of life including such things as language, customs and sex roles is called

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acts.

b.

conformity.

c.

group cohesion.

d.

norms.

e.

culture.

Question number: 42

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An individual’s misuse of valuable natural resources could be an example of

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compliance.

b.

group sanctions.

c.

a social trap.

d.

groupthink.

e.

social loafing.

Question number: 43

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As part of an experiment, two young women stroll down a busy sidewalk with their arms around each other. They get a variety of reactions from passersby, including disapproving looks and comments. These reactions demonstrate the existence of

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acts.

b.

ascribed roles.

c.

norms.

d.

group structures.

e.

achieved roles.

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