Community Psychology (CBSE-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II)): Questions 31 - 35 of 85

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Question number: 31

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Expected behavior patterns associated with particular social positions are called

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a.

prejudices.

b.

culture.

c.

stereotypes.

d.

roles.

e.

mannerisms.

Question number: 32

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A reference group is

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a.

any group outside one’s social distance boundaries.

b.

any group in which one plays an active role or has membership.

c.

one with which a person has face-to-face contact.

d.

any group whose values and attitudes are not seen as relevant to one’s own.

e.

any group whose values and attitudes are seen as relevant to one’s own.

Question number: 33

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Vanessa is female, a daughter, and a young adult. The roles that shape her behavior are called ________ roles.

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a.

achieved

b.

ascertained

c.

actualized

d.

ascribed

e.

apparent

Question number: 34

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Zimbardo interpreted the results of his simulated prison study as an indication of the

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a.

tendency to show compassion to people in need.

b.

tendency to displace aggression.

c.

powerful influence of roles on people.

d.

non-powerful influence of roles on people.

e.

weakness of social pressure in some situations.

Question number: 35

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The organization of roles, patterns of communication, and power in a group defines the group’s

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a.

status.

b.

structure.

c.

norms.

d.

cohesiveness.

e.

behavior.

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