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Question 838

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The demonstration by Jane Elliot with blue-eyed and brown-eyed children suggests that an effective way to generate conditions of prejudice is to

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

produce equalities in power, prestige, or privileges of group members.

b.

demand that members of two groups cooperate to achieve a common goal.

c.

produce inequalities in power, prestige, or privileges of group members.

d.

physically isolate two groups from each other.

Question 839

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MCQ▾

According to Erikson, failure to resolve the tasks of middle adulthood leads to a sense of ________ involving a concern for one՚s own needs and comforts only.

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

despair

b.

stagnation

c.

self-recognition

d.

apathy

Question 840

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MCQ▾

Figural after-effects pertain to distortion:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Caused by ambiguity of figures

b.

Caused by prolonged fixation of figures

c.

In memory of figures

d.

Caused by prejudice

Question 841

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As part of a new and fascinating research in behavioral medicine, researchers gave mice sweet water and injection of a drug that weakens mice՚s immune systems after the water. Later on, when these mice drank sweet water, they showed signs of weakened immune response. Research is underway to see if the reverse is possible (if conditioning can increase immune functioning) , a discovery that would surely have implications for new medical treatments. In this experiment, what is the sweet water?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Conditioned response

b.

Conditioned stimulus

c.

Stimulus response

d.

Unconditioned response

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