Community Psychology (CBSE-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II & Paper-III)): Questions 15 - 19 of 85

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Question number: 15

» Community Psychology » Small Groups

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When we perform well, we typically attribute our success to ________.

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Choice (5) Response

a.

external circumstances

b.

environmental characteristics.

c.

our personality type

d.

internal characteristics

e.

our group of colleagues

Question number: 16

» Community Psychology » Social Change

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The three techniques used for brainwashing identified by McConnell are

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a.

de-stabilization, isolation, and conditioning.

b.

isolation, change and conditioning.

c.

isolation, change, and direct contact.

d.

target behavior, dissonance, and consonance.

e.

isolation, dependency, and reward.

Question number: 17

» Community Psychology » Social Change

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People who think their ethnic, national, or religious group is superior to others are called

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Choice (5) Response

a.

liberal.

b.

authoritarian

c.

rigid.

d.

ethnocentric.

e.

dogmatic.

Question number: 18

» Community Psychology » Social Change

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Creation of superordinate goals has been shown to be effective in reducing

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Choice (5) Response

a.

ethnocentrism.

b.

social posturing.

c.

cognitive dissonance.

d.

intergroup conflict.

e.

authoritarianism.

Question number: 19

» Community Psychology » Social Change

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

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Choice (5) Response

a.

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

b.

Jigsaw groups emphasize cooperation over competition.

c.

Jigsaw groups decreases cooperation over competition.

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.

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