Psychology of Social Integration-Social Integration (CBSE-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II)): Questions 16 - 19 of 53

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Question number: 16

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Solomon Asch’s classic experiment (in which subjects judged a standard line and comparison lines) was arranged to test the limits of

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Choice (5) Response

a.

conformity.

b.

selective perception.

c.

indoctrination.

d.

coercive power.

e.

social perception.

Question number: 17

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The process of changing your behavior to match that of others in a group is

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a.

standardization.

b.

norming.

c.

forming a social contract.

d.

reliability.

e.

conformity.

Question number: 18

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

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Choice (5) Response

a.

amount of complaining, shouting, and crying by the learner

b.

the setting in which the experiment was conducted

c.

the tone of voice used by the experimenter

d.

the setting in which the experiment has probability to be conducted

e.

whether the experimenter was male or female

Question number: 19

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Research by Donnerstein suggests that the circumstances most likely to increase violent sexual acts against women (such as rape) involve:

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a.

media images of polite behavior.

b.

newspaper publicity given to rapists.

c.

direct exposure to persons who have committed such acts.

d.

pornographic stimuli that generate sexual fantasies.

e.

media images of violence.

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