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Clicker Questions Psychology, 11 th Edition by David G. Myers & C. Nathan De.

Clicker Questions Psychology, 11 th Edition by David G. Myers & C. Nathan De. Wall Slides by Melissa Terlecki, Cabrini College Chapter 13: Social Psychology

1. The theory that we explain someone’s behaviors by crediting either the situation or

1. The theory that we explain someone’s behaviors by crediting either the situation or the person’s disposition is called (the): A. B. C. D. social psychology. attribution theory. fundamental attribution error. peripheral route persuasion.

1. The theory that we explain someone’s behaviors by crediting either the situation or

1. The theory that we explain someone’s behaviors by crediting either the situation or the person’s disposition is called (the): ANSWER A. B. C. D. social psychology. attribution theory. fundamental attribution error. peripheral route persuasion.

2. The tendency for people who have first agreed to a small request to

2. The tendency for people who have first agreed to a small request to comply later with a larger request is called (the): A. B. C. D. peripheral route persuasion. central route persuasion. foot-in-the-door phenomenon. cognitive dissonance theory.

2. The tendency for people who have first agreed to a small request to

2. The tendency for people who have first agreed to a small request to comply later with a larger request is called (the): ANSWER A. B. C. D. peripheral route persuasion. central route persuasion. foot-in-the-door phenomenon. cognitive dissonance theory.

3. When we are influenced because we desire to gain approval and avoid disapproval,

3. When we are influenced because we desire to gain approval and avoid disapproval, it is called: A. B. C. D. normative social influence. social facilitation. informational social influence. deindividuation.

3. When we are influenced because we desire to gain approval and avoid disapproval,

3. When we are influenced because we desire to gain approval and avoid disapproval, it is called: ANSWER A. B. C. D. normative social influence. social facilitation. informational social influence. deindividuation.

4. Which refers to the finding that people in a group exert less effort

4. Which refers to the finding that people in a group exert less effort when pooling their efforts towards attaining a common goal than when individually accountable? A. B. C. D. Social facilitation Social loafing Deindividuation Group polarization

4. Which refers to the finding that people in a group exert less effort

4. Which refers to the finding that people in a group exert less effort when pooling their efforts towards attaining a common goal than when individually accountable? ANSWER A. B. C. D. Social facilitation Social loafing Deindividuation Group polarization

5. Which refers to an unjustifiable attitude toward a group and its members? A.

5. Which refers to an unjustifiable attitude toward a group and its members? A. B. C. D. Stereotype Discrimination Prejudice In-group bias

5. Which refers to an unjustifiable attitude toward a group and its members? ANSWER

5. Which refers to an unjustifiable attitude toward a group and its members? ANSWER A. B. C. D. Stereotype Discrimination Prejudice In-group bias

6. Those perceived as different or apart from us are called the: A. B.

6. Those perceived as different or apart from us are called the: A. B. C. D. ingroup. outgroup. ingroup bias. other race effect.

6. Those perceived as different or apart from us are called the: ANSWER A.

6. Those perceived as different or apart from us are called the: ANSWER A. B. C. D. ingroup. outgroup. ingroup bias. other race effect.

7. Which of the following is TRUE regarding aggression? A. B. C. D. Genes

7. Which of the following is TRUE regarding aggression? A. B. C. D. Genes do not influence aggression. Aggression can be localized to one brain structure. Alcohol is not linked to aggression. High testosterone is linked to aggression.

7. Which of the following is TRUE regarding aggression? ANSWER A. B. C. D.

7. Which of the following is TRUE regarding aggression? ANSWER A. B. C. D. Genes do not influence aggression. Aggression can be localized to one brain structure. Alcohol is not linked to aggression. High testosterone is linked to aggression.

8. The phenomenon that repeated exposure to novel stimuli will increase our liking of

8. The phenomenon that repeated exposure to novel stimuli will increase our liking of them is called (the): A. B. C. D. mere exposure effect. proximity. similarity. reward theory of attraction.

8. The phenomenon that repeated exposure to novel stimuli will increase our liking of

8. The phenomenon that repeated exposure to novel stimuli will increase our liking of them is called (the): ANSWER A. B. C. D. mere exposure effect. proximity. similarity. reward theory of attraction.

9. Which of the following involves a deep, affectionate attachment we feel for those

9. Which of the following involves a deep, affectionate attachment we feel for those with whom our lives are intertwined? A. B. C. D. Self-disclosure Companionate love Equity Passionate love

9. Which of the following involves a deep, affectionate attachment we feel for those

9. Which of the following involves a deep, affectionate attachment we feel for those with whom our lives are intertwined? ANSWER A. B. C. D. Self-disclosure Companionate love Equity Passionate love

10. The expectation that others will help, not hurt, those who have helped them

10. The expectation that others will help, not hurt, those who have helped them is called (the): A. B. C. D. social exchange theory. social-responsibility norm. bystander effect. reciprocity norm.

10. The expectation that others will help, not hurt, those who have helped them

10. The expectation that others will help, not hurt, those who have helped them is called (the): ANSWER A. B. C. D. social exchange theory. social-responsibility norm. bystander effect. reciprocity norm.

Critical Thinking Questions

Critical Thinking Questions

11. Tamarah claims to learn a lot from and really enjoy her psychology professor.

11. Tamarah claims to learn a lot from and really enjoy her psychology professor. Her friends believe this is more due to the fact that her psychology professor has a British accent, which Tamarah finds appealing. This is an example of (the): A. B. C. D. central route persuasion. fundamental attribution error. peripheral route persuasion. attribution theory.

11. Tamarah claims to learn a lot from and really enjoy her psychology professor.

11. Tamarah claims to learn a lot from and really enjoy her psychology professor. Her friends believe this is more due to the fact that her psychology professor has a British accent, which Tamarah finds appealing. This is an example of (the): ANSWER A. B. C. D. central route persuasion. fundamental attribution error. peripheral route persuasion. attribution theory.

12. Naobi knows that she shouldn’t smoke and that it’s unhealthy. When her friends

12. Naobi knows that she shouldn’t smoke and that it’s unhealthy. When her friends peer pressure her into trying a cigarette, she gives in but feels guilty. Later she rationalizes her behavior by stating it wasn’t that bad. This is an example of (the): A. B. C. D. cognitive dissonance theory. foot-in-the-door phenomenon. role playing. fundamental attribution error.

12. Naobi knows that she shouldn’t smoke and that it’s unhealthy. When her friends

12. Naobi knows that she shouldn’t smoke and that it’s unhealthy. When her friends peer pressure her into trying a cigarette, she gives in but feels guilty. Later she rationalizes her behavior by stating it wasn’t that bad. This is an example of (the): ANSWER A. cognitive dissonance theory. B. foot-in-the-door phenomenon. C. role playing. D. fundamental attribution error.

13. Robert arrives to class and sees everyone else has left their coats on.

13. Robert arrives to class and sees everyone else has left their coats on. Thinking that maybe he has forgotten about a trip or something, Robert decides to leave his on too as he gets seated. This is an example of: A. B. C. D. social loafing. deindividuation. obedience. conformity.

13. Robert arrives to class and sees everyone else has left their coats on.

13. Robert arrives to class and sees everyone else has left their coats on. Thinking that maybe he has forgotten about a trip or something, Robert decides to leave his on too as he gets seated. This is an example of: ANSWER A. B. C. D. social loafing. deindividuation. obedience. conformity.

14. While pledging a sorority or a fraternity, what may occur during rush week?

14. While pledging a sorority or a fraternity, what may occur during rush week? A. B. C. D. Deindividuation Group polarization Groupthink All of the above

14. While pledging a sorority or a fraternity, what may occur during rush week?

14. While pledging a sorority or a fraternity, what may occur during rush week? ANSWER A. B. C. D. Deindividuation Group polarization Groupthink All of the above

15. If Helen incorrectly believes that all college students are lazy, this would be

15. If Helen incorrectly believes that all college students are lazy, this would be an example of (a)? A. B. C. D. discrimination. prejudice. stereotype. scapegoat theory

15. If Helen incorrectly believes that all college students are lazy, this would be

15. If Helen incorrectly believes that all college students are lazy, this would be an example of (a)? ANSWER A. B. C. D. discrimination. prejudice. stereotype. scapegoat theory