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Question number: 1

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Which is a method to reduce prejudice?

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

groupthink

b.

mutual dependence

c.

mutual exclusivity

d.

mixed-status contact

e.

mutual interdependence

Question number: 2

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During research in a simulated prison situation

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

guards did not take their roles seriously.

b.

the prisoners and the guards quickly became friendly towards one another.

c.

prisoners quickly became active and humanized.

d.

prisoners quickly became passive and dehumanized.

e.

three prisoners were so severely beaten they had to be hospitalized.

Question number: 3

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If everyone leaves five minutes before the game is over to avoid a traffic jam, the resulting traffic jam would be an example of

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

social impregnation.

b.

groupthink.

c.

a social trap.

d.

social loafing.

e.

self-handicapping.

Question number: 4

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Which is TRUE regarding choosing a mate?

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

In the United States kindness and understanding are ranked as being the least important qualities in a mate.

b.

People who marry are highly dissimilar in age, education, race, religion, and ethnic background.

c.

People who marry are highly similar in age, education, race, religion, and ethnic background.

d.

Men rate physical attractiveness as a less important quality in a mate than women do.

e.

The highest correlation between people who marry involves their temperaments.

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