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Question number: 1

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When a person with little or no authority makes a direct request to another person, the situation involves

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Choice (5) Response

a.

loafing.

b.

obedience.

c.

compliance.

d.

coercion.

e.

conformity.

Question number: 2

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Failure of hospital staff to detect fake patients in David Rosenhan’s studies can be attributed to the

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a.

acting ability of real patients.

b.

effects of labeling and context.

c.

fact that pseudo-patients were so heavily drugged.

d.

generally low quality of training of hospital staff members.

e.

acting ability of the pseudo-patients.

Question number: 3

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When subjects in Milgram’s obedience experiments received their orders over the phone, they

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Choice (5) Response

a.

conformed more completely due to the formality of the telephoned instructions.

b.

completely refused to participate.

c.

were only slightly more obedient than they were in face-to-face conditions.

d.

were far more obedient.

e.

were far less obedient.

Question number: 4

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Which of the following was a factor in determining the degree of obedience in Milgram’s series of experiments?

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Choice (5) Response

a.

the tone of voice used by the experimenter

b.

distance between the teacher and the learner

c.

reflexes between the teacher and the learner

d.

amount of complaining, shouting, and crying by the learner

e.

whether the experimenter was male or female

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