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Question number: 5

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Stanley Milgram’s experiment in which a “teacher” gave shocks to a “learner” was designed to test the limits of

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a.

obedience.

b.

coercive power.

c.

expert power.

d.

excess power.

e.

conformity to a majority.

Question number: 6

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Milgram’s shock study showed people to be surprisingly

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a.

obedient.

b.

sexist.

c.

faithful.

d.

rebellious.

e.

intelligent.

Question number: 7

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The most effective method of predicting that a mental patient will commit an act of violence is by

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a.

projective methods.

b.

psychiatric interviews.

c.

psychological tests.

d.

psychological interviews.

e.

There is no effective method.

Question number: 8

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The ________ hypothesis states that frustration tends to lead to aggression.

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a.

social learning

b.

cognitive dissonance

c.

social loafing

d.

frustration-aggression

e.

biological instinct

Question number: 9

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In his classic studies of conformity, Asch demonstrated that

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a majority of one produces about as much conformity as a majority of eight.

b.

lack of unanimity greatly reduces the pressure to conform.

c.

obedience to authority was determined by the authority’s perceived referent power.

d.

increased unanimity greatly increases pressure to conform.

e.

size of the majority does not influence how many people will conform.

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