5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- sleeper effect
- realistic group conflict theory
- outgroup homogeneity effect
- evaluation apprehension
- a a delayed impact of a message that occurs when an initially discounted message becomes effective, we remember the message but forget why we discounted it
- b a group that people perceive as distinctly different from or apart from their ingroup, "them"
- c perception of outgroup members are more similar to one another than ingroup members
- d the theory that prejudice arises from competition between groups for scarce resources
- e concern for how others are evaluating us
5 Multiple choice questions
- a belief about the personal attributes of a group of people
- exposing people to weak attacks upon their attitudes so that when stronger attacks come, they will have refutations available
- the apparent movement of a stationary point of light in the dark
- accommodating individuals who deviate from one's stereotype by forming new stereotype about this subset group
- an individual's prejudicial attitudes and discriminatory behavior toward people of a certain sex
5 True/False questions
stigma consciousness → having qualities that appeal to an audience
deindividuation → loss of self-awareness and evaluation apprehension; occurs in group situations that foster responsiveness to group norms, good or bad
ingroup bias → a group of people who share a sense of belonging, "us"
persuasion → the process by which a message induces change in beliefs, attitudes, or behaviors
ingroup → two or more people who, for longer than a few moments, interact with and influence one another and perceive one another as "us"