5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Informational Social Influence
- Illusory Correlation
- Identification with the model
- a Ties between individuals are loose, everyone is expected to look after his/her family
- b When people see a relationship between two variables even when there is none.
- c Norms and values that define a society or social group.
- d Reasons why people conform. Based on the way people cognitively process information about a situation. (social comparison or cognitive dissonance)
- e Tendency to imitate models who are like ourselves. Factor of Motivation
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- When one looks at two different cultures, it should not be assumed that two members from two different cultures must be different from one another, or that a single member of a culture will always demonstrate the dimensions which are the norm of that culture.
- people comply more often with those in a position of authority
- many things happen at once. The focus is more on relationships and interactions. Interruptions are expected, there is little frustration experienced when things are postponed or late.
- These cultures value personal steadiness and stability. There is a focus on the future instead of the past, and innovation is highly valued
- Within cross-cultural psychology where behaviour is compared across specific cultures.
5 True/False Questions
Stereotype → Opportunities seem more valuable to people when they are less readily available.
Ecological Validity → The study represents what happens in real life
Motor Reproduction → The observer has to be able to replicate.
uncertainty avoidance → deals with a society's tolerance for uncertainty and ambiguity.
Social Comparison → Idea that we learn about and assess ourselves in comparison to others. This suggests that we will be happier if we have more than the person we compare ourselves to.