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Question number: 603

» Development of Human Behavior » Hereditary and Environment

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Girls who mature early are more likely

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a.

to engage in earlier sexual relations.

b.

to become tall and stout.

c.

to become tall and thin.

d.

to withdraw and become socially isolated.

e.

to be socially ostracized in middle and high school.

Question number: 604

» Community Psychology » Social Change

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

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a.

Jigsaw groups emphasize cooperation over competition.

b.

Jigsaw groups decreases cooperation over competition.

c.

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

d.

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

e.

Children in jigsaw groups initially learn “pieces” of information together as a group.

Question number: 605

» Statistics & Research Methods » Application of Statistics in Psychology

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Basic ethical guidelines for psychological researchers include

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harming the subjects when necessary.

b.

minimizing confidentiality.

c.

providing results and interpretations to participants.

d.

ensuring that participation is involuntary.

e.

increasing practice by participants.

Question number: 606

» Community Psychology » Social Change

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Which is true of social stereotypes?

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a.

They are always negative.

b.

They are always positive.

c.

University students show more evidence of ethnic stereotyping now than they did in the past.

d.

They tend to be rational.

e.

Likable members of a rejected group are perceived as an “exception. ”

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