5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- spotlight anxiety
- Confucian work dynamism/Time orientation dimension
- a The person must first pay attention to the model.
- b using uniform procedures in every phase of the research process
- c Emotional distress and pressure that may undermine performance.
- d Instead of focusing on truth, some cultures focus on virtue.
- e The model must behave in a way that is consistent across situations. Factor of motivation.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- whether the study represents what happens in real life
The group to which an individual belongs.
The group to which an individual does not belong.
Study: Cialdini (1976)
- People learn new behavior through observational learning of the social factors in their environment.
Study: Bandura et al. (1961)(1965)
- Looks at behaviours that are culturally specific
- Behaviour patterns that are typical of specific groups. They are often passed down from generation to generation through observational learning by the gatekeepers of the group.
5 True/False Questions
Short term orientation → These cultures value personal steadiness and stability. There is a focus on the future instead of the past, and innovation is highly valued
field experiment → occurs when one is in a situation where there is a threat of being judged or treated stereotypically, or a fear of doing something that would inadvertently confirm that stereotype
Illusory Correlation → When both variables are affected in the same way.
i.e.= The more you eat, the more you gain weight.
Social Identity Theory → Assume that individuals strive to improve their self image by trying to enhance their self-esteem, based on either personal identity or various social identities.
Explains social phenomena, such as, ethnocentrism, in-group favoritism, stereotyping, conformity to in-group norms.
random sampling → involves changing an offer to make it less attractive to the target person after the person has agreed.
Cialdini et al. (1974) = psych students