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Question number: 1

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Negative attitudes that are tinged with fear, hatred, or suspicion is a definition of

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a.

stereotype.

b.

authoritarianism.

c.

discrimination.

d.

displaced aggression.

e.

prejudice.

Question number: 2

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Karen smokes two packs of cigarettes a day. However, she is aware that smoking is harmful to her health; therefore, she holds two conflicting or dissonant thoughts. If Karen were to reduce her cognitive dissonance by changing her attitude, she might say to herself,

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a.

“Smoking really is dangerous. “

b.

“Smoking really isn’t that dangerous. ”

c.

“Smoking is a habit that I have little control over. ”

d.

“I’ll only smoke when I feel stressed out. ”

e.

“I think that I’ll try to give up smoking. ”

Question number: 3

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A learned disposition to respond to people, objects, or institutions in a positive or negative way defines

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a.

prejudice.

b.

socialization.

c.

attitudes.

d.

cognitive dissonance.

e.

stereotypes.

Question number: 4

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Cognitive dissonance theory is based on the human need for

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a.

self-actualization.

b.

inconsistency.

c.

cognitive dissonance.

d.

gain-loss.

e.

consistency.

Question number: 5

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When you have “clashing thoughts, ” you are experiencing

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a.

conformity pressure.

b.

cognitive dissonance.

c.

closed-ended role conflict.

d.

open-ended role conflict.

e.

obedience pressure.