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Question 1

Psychology of Social Integration

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In many jury trials, defense lawyers use the strategy of blaming the victim, so that the accused perpetrator might be set free. People՚s tendency to go along with victim blaming can be explained by

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

oversimplification

b.

the illusory correlation

c.

the just world bias

d.

the illusion of control

Question 2

Psychology of Social Integration

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One way to help oneself quit smoking is to spend time educating other people about the dangers of smoking. Because one action (smoking) is incongruent with the other action (telling others about dangers related to smoking) , you will probably experience

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

deindividuation.

b.

cognitive dissonance.

c.

normative social influence.

d.

humanization

Question 3

Psychology of Social Integration

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A speaker is attempting to convince an audience of listeners that a particular theory of evolution is correct. The audience consists of 500 adult men and women. Which of the following factors would NOT increase the likelihood that the speaker will convince the audience?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

The speaker uses anecdotal information.

b.

The speaker is similar to the audience.

c.

The speaker is perceived as an expert.

d.

The speaker confidently tells the audience it will be convinced.

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