Community Psychology (CBSE-NET (UGC) Psychology (Paper-II & Paper-III)): Questions 10 - 14 of 79

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Question number: 10

» Community Psychology » Social Change

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You do not want a large, unattractive political sign in your yard. However, if you initially agree to put a small sign in your window, later you are more likely to allow the large sign in your yard. This course of events is described by the

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

low-ball technique.

b.

door-in-the-face effect.

c.

foot-in-the-face technique.

d.

foot-in-the-door effect.

Question number: 11

» Community Psychology » Social Change

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Sharing your own private thoughts and feelings is called

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Choice (4) Response

a.

autonomy.

b.

trust.

c.

self-disclosure.

d.

self-talk.

Question number: 12

» Community Psychology » Social Change

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According to Janis, John F. Kennedy’s Bay of Pigs failure was caused in large part by

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Choice (4) Response

a.

the expert power effect.

b.

brainstorming.

c.

groupthink.

d.

social loafing.

Question number: 13

» Community Psychology » Social Change

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You are asked by a close friend to outline a complete text to aid her studying for a final exam. You refuse to help. Later, your friend asks if you would at least outline two chapters. Feeling guilty, you now agree to help. Your behavior is predicted by the

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

high-ball effect.

b.

low-ball technique.

c.

door-in-the-face effect.

d.

foot-in-the-face technique.

Question number: 14

» Community Psychology » Small Groups

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Nell tastes her food, then salts it. You assume that the food needed salt, therefore, you attribute her actions to a (n)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

setting.

b.

situational demand.

c.

effect.

d.

external cause.

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