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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Peripheral Route (Heuristic Processing)
  2. Contact Hypothesis
  3. Outgroup Homogeneity Bias
  4. Confirmation bias
  5. Self-Fulfilling Prophecy
  1. a The assumption that outgroup members are more similar to one another than ingroup members are to one another. we do not have as much exposure to outgroup members as we do to ingroup
  2. b The idea that regular interaction between members of different groups reduces prejudices providing that it occurs under favorable conditions
  3. c The route to persuasion that involves some simple cue such as attractiveness of the source (automatic processing)
  4. d The tendency to focus more on evidence that supports ones expectations than on evidence that contradicts them
  5. e A prediction that ensures the behavior it generates will come true. people would come to act like the stereotypes of other hold of them. have a baby face act innocent

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The idea that one social loafer can cause other people to loaf as well
  2. The finding that groups are more extreme and often more hostile than individuals
  3. Going along with the crowd because you believe that they know more than you do
  4. Categories that people use for individuals who do not fit a general stereotype
  5. Genuine inner belief that others are right

5 True/False questions

  1. PrejudiceThe individual who delivers a message

          

  2. Ingroup MembersPeople who belong to a different group or category than we do. we assume that these members are more similar than ingroup members are to each other.

          

  3. Risky ShiftA tendency for groups to take greater risks than the same individuals (on average) would have decided to take individually

          

  4. Jigsaw ClassroomA cooperative learning technique for reducing feelings of prejudice

          

  5. Minimal Group EffectThe finding that people show favoritism toward in-group members even when group membership is randomly determined

          

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