5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- informational influence
- own-race bias
- a unjustified negative behavior toward a group or its members
- b the tendency for people to more accurately recognize faces of their own race
- c conformity occurring when people accept evidence about reality provided by other people
- d having qualities that appeal to an audience
- e the process by which certain group members motivate and guide the group
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- accommodating individuals who deviate from one's stereotype by forming new stereotype about this subset group
- conformity that involves publicly acting in accord with an implied or explicit request while privately disagreeing
- a group of people who share a sense of belonging, "us"
- acting in accord with a direct order or command
- a false impression of what most other people are thinking or feeling, or how they are responding
5 True/False Questions
groupthink → two or more people who, for longer than a few moments, interact with and influence one another and perceive one another as "us"
evaluation apprehension → concern for how others are evaluating us
group → two or more people who, for longer than a few moments, interact with and influence one another and perceive one another as "us"
sexism → an individual's prejudicial attitudes and discriminatory behavior toward people of a certain sex
primacy effect → information presented last sometimes has the most influence, only after a period of time has passed between the first and second message