5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- random assignment
- Ecological Fallacy
- Case study
- natural experiment
- a 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.
- b when the variable of interest is naturally occurring outside the control of the researcher.
- c The person must first pay attention to the model.
- d a sample in which every member of the target population has an equal chance of being selected
- e A researcher observes the behavior of an individual or group of individuals. Case studies are often focused on a limited aspect of behavior
5 Multiple choice questions
- Refers to the tendency of humans to attribute their successful behaviours to dispositional factors, and their unsuccessful behaviours to their situational factors.
Study: Lau & Russell (1980)
- a small sample that represents a population
- the variable that causes change in the other variables
- whether the study represents what happens in real life
- 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
5 True/False questions
Informational Social Influence → This means that people tend to overlook information that contradicts what they already believe.
Study: Snyder & Swann (1978)
Groupthink → people comply with requests from people they like
correlational study → the results can be replicated
social proof → people view behaviour as correct if they see others performing it.
Social Comparison → people view behaviour as correct if they see others performing it.