Community Psychology-Social Change (CBSE-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II)): Questions 29 - 33 of 62

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Question number: 29

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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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Choice (5) Response

a.

achieved

b.

ascertained

c.

actualized

d.

ascribed

e.

apparent

Question number: 30

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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: 31

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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.

Question number: 32

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During the Stanford Prison study,

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a.

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

b.

the prisoners and the guards quickly became friendly towards one another

c.

guards did not assume their roles as agents of force.

d.

guards did not take their roles seriously.

e.

guards readily assumed their roles as agents of force.

Question number: 33

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An example of a superordinate goal is

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a.

making money.

b.

making friends.

c.

protecting clean water supplies.

d.

getting good grades.

e.

not conserving water supplies.

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