Social Psychology (GRE (Graduate Record Examinations) Psychology): Questions 15 - 18 of 47

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Question number: 15

» Social Psychology » Social Perception, Cognition, Attribution, Beliefs

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A married couple disagrees about why the husband rarely cleans up the house. He says that he forgets. She says that he intentionally leaves the work for her. Their disagreement over the cause of his behavior is an example of

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Choice (5) Response

a.

base-rate fallacy

b.

false consensus bias

c.

actor-observer attributional divergence

d.

reciprocal interaction

e.

fundamental attribution error

Question number: 16

» Social Psychology » Social Comparison, Self

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Members of some hate groups cover their faces and sometimes their entire bodies while they mistreat their targeted group. This can also happen if the hate group is extremely large or a “mob mentality” forms. In these situations, people find it easier to participate in crimes they would not normally commit due to

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Choice (5) Response

a.

door-in-the-face technique

b.

lowballing.

c.

the self-fulfilling prophecy.

d.

equal status contact.

e.

deindividuation.

Question number: 17

» Social Psychology » Conformity, Influence and Persuasion

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Milgtam used which theory to explain urbanites’ tendency to be less social than country dwellers?

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Social loafing

b.

Social facilitation

c.

Stimulus-overload

d.

Inoculation

e.

Self-monitoring

Question number: 18

» Social Psychology » Social Perception, Cognition, Attribution, Beliefs

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I believe that I got an A in geometry because I’m a hard worker, but I got a D in biology because the teacher doesn’t like me. This demonstrates

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Glass ceiling effect

b.

blaming the victim

c.

the self-serving bias

d.

the fundamental attribution error

e.

the just-world hypothesis

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