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Which of the following statements is most closely associated with the principles of social reinforcement?
A.Many think that their lives are wasted away without altruistic service.
B.We help others only when helping is less costly to us.
C.Most individuals who help others are selfless people.
D.Individuals do not have natural tendency to help others even when helping is easy.
Which of the following is an example of a low-cost help?
A.Driving a critically injured person to hospital
B.Taking care of a very ill person
C.Giving travel advice to a friend
D.Giving a large personal loan to an individual
Choose the correct answer based on the observations below. Observation 1: Samuel and Patricia are married for six years. Observation 2: Samuel and Patricia feel close to each other.
A.The couple will experience reciprocal self disclosure if both the observations are true.
B.The couple will experience reciprocal self disclosure if observation 1 is false and observation 2 is true.
C.The couple will experience reciprocal self disclosure if observation 1 is true and observation 2 is false.
D.The couple is experiencing passionate love if both the observations are true.
Statement 1 People will respond to each other by returning benefits for benefits that they receive. Statement 2 Living by offering selfless help to others is divine life. Statement 3 We should help the needy without expecting any future paybacks. Statement 4 If you help someone today, someone else will help you tomorrow. 4Identify the statements that are based on the social responsibility norm.
A.Statements 1 and 2
B.Statements 3 and 4
C.Statements 1 and 4
D.Statements 2 and 3
Karen provides Helen financial help to undertake a medical checkup. Helen is a poor lady and Karen helps her without expecting Helen to pay back. Karen's act exemplifies _____.
Choose the correct answer based on the statements below. Statement 1: Kevin feels that Mike is a similar individual as him. Statement 2: Kevin and Mike are closely related to each other.
A.Kevin is likely to help Mike only if both the statements are true.
B.Kevin is not likely to help Mike if statement 1 is true and statement 2 is false.
C.Kevin is not likely to help Mike if statement 1 is false and statement 2 is true.
D.Kevin is likely to help Mike if either of the statements is true.
Which of the following refers to the kind of love that we experience when we first get to know a romantic partner?
Jimmy, a five year old child, is overly dependent on his parents. He continually seeks more affection from them and is anxious about their closeness to him. Which of the following is a valid observation of Jimmy's likely behavior with his future partner?
A.He is likely to have a warm relationship with his future partner.
B.He is likely to get angry at his future partner.
C.He will lack interest to learn about his future partner's thoughts.
D.He is less likely to feel jealous about his future partner.
Statements 1 I think of the impact that my decisions will have on others before making decisions. Statement 2 I always try to understand others by imagining how things will look from their perspective. Statement 3 I help others only if my help is essential for them. Statement 4 My decisions are usually based on the situation that I am in. 4Identify the statement that displays a person's altruistic moral judgment.
Which of the following is a conclusion that we can derive from the experiment that Daniel Batson and his colleagues conducted on moral hypocrisy?
A.Individuals do not have an innate tendency to help others.
B.People will always take decisions that favor them.
C.People tend to select a method that appears to be fair.
D.Individuals behave selfishly when they have an opportunity.
A face is drawn as a morphed composite of 32 faces. Which of the following is a valid observation of this face?
A.Most individuals, men and women alike, will like this face.
B.Women are expected to like this face whereas men are expected to dislike it.
C.Most individuals, men and women alike, will dislike this face.
D.Women are expected to like this face where men are expected to dislike it.
Which of the following statements is true of autonomy-oriented help?
A.It can be a potential blow to his or her self esteem.
B.It is more likely to clash with recipients' view of themselves.
C.It is partial and temporary and provides information to the other.
D.It solves an individual's problem by direct interference.
Fatuous love is experienced when a relationship is based on commitment alone.
Which of the following is an example of empty love?
A.Dana is passionate about a person who is not committed to her.
B.Maria's partner is close to her but is not passionate about her.
C.Gary has an intimate relationship with a girl he is not passionate about.
D.Hugo is committed to his marriage without passion or intimacy.
Identify a person, toward whom, an individual is most likely to be altruistic.
A.His or her colleague
B.His or her sibling
C.His or her uncle
D.His or her grandmother
The principles of social learning suggest that _____.
A.individuals have a natural tendency to help others without expecting anything in return
B.overt cooperation between individuals is not healthy for a society
C.indirect altruism is more common than overt cooperation
D.people will be more likely to help others when they receive rewards for doing so
Which of the following refers to the tendency to prefer stimuli that we see more frequently?
B.Reciprocal self disclosure
Choose the correct answer based on the statements given below. Statement 1: Chris takes a road accident victim to hospital. Statement 2: Chris took the victim to hospital with the expectation that someone else may help him in return some day.
A.Chris's act is an example of overt cooperation if statement 1 is true and statement 2 is false.
B.Chris's act is an example of overt cooperation if both the statements are false.
C.Chris's act is an example of indirect social exchange if statement 1 is true and statement 2 is false.
D.Chris's act is an example of indirect social exchange if both the statements are true.
Which of the following arguments supports the idea of reciprocal altruism?
A.Only those who have learned the power of sincere contribution experience life's deepest joy.
B.Living by offering selfless help to others is divine life.
C.We should consider the whole picture, not just our little selves.
D.If we help others today, they will return the favor when we need their help.
Which of the following is the reason why individuals help others when they base their decision to help on the idea of reciprocal altruism?
A.Internal drive to help others
C.Mental satisfaction of helping others
D.Anticipated return of help
Which of the following is a cultural difference observed between U.S. students and Indian students?
A.Unlike Indian students, U.S. students believe that people have an obligation to provide assistance to others.
B.Students from India are more likely than U.S. students to say that whether or not to donate was a decision that the potential donor had to make.
C.American students offered their helping more selectively compared to Indian students.
D.Unlike Indian students, U.S. students believe that there in an absolute requirement to help other students.
Which of the following is a description of the different types of relationships that people may have with other individuals?
A European country has implemented Good Samaritan laws. These laws will _____.
A.discourage people to intervene in emergencies
B.decrease the costs of helping people
C.increase the costs of not helping others
D.increase the costs of helping people
You will receive helps later if you help people now. This statement is based on the social responsibility norm.
You help a stranger thinking than you would also receive helps from others when needed. Your help was based on the principle of _____.
Which of the following is a valid observation about empathy?
A.It is caused by inaccurate understanding of emotional states.
B.It is not a biological aspect of human nature.
C.It is experienced when a person is under severe personal stress.
D.It is an affective response to others' distress.
Trait 1 Trait 2 Trait 3 Trait 4 Increased attraction for younger people Preferring physical appearance to social status Preference for athletic looks Low willingness to have casual sex 4Which of the following traits are more significant to men than women?
A.Traits 2 and 3
B.Traits 1and 2
C.Traits 1 and 4
D.Traits 3 and 4
Diffusion of responsibility occurs when we assume that _____.
A.we have the ability to help others
B.others will not take action
C.many are not aware of the need to help
D.we need not take action ourselves
Choose the correct answer based on the following observations. Observation 1: Jim needs help from Alma to solve a problem. Observation 2: Alma thinks that Jim brought on the problem himself.
A.Alma is likely to help Jim if both the observations are false.
B.Alma is likely to help Jim if observation 1 is true and observation 2 is false.
C.Alma is not likely to help Jim if observation 1 is true and observation 2 is false.
D.Alma is likely to help Jim if both the observations are true.
Which of the following is a valid observation of altruism?
A.Individuals are more likely to be altruistic toward people who are closely related to them.
B.Altruism is less likely to be passed on to subsequent generations.
C.Altruism is not a basic feature of human nature.
D.Altruism involves actions that seem to provide a direct reward to the person who performs them.
Example 1 Example 2 Example 3 Example 4 James gives up his job to live with his wife who is working in a distant city. Alfred and Jenifer live together and each keeps track of how they help each other. Ella chooses to work as a part time employee to support her husband and kids. Veronica and Alvin often fight about each others' contributions to their marriage. 4Identify the examples that refer to exchange relationships.
A.Examples 1 and 2
B.Examples 1 and 3
C.Examples 3 and 4
D.Examples 2 and 4
Statement 1 People will respond to each other by returning benefits for benefits that they receive. Statement 2 Living by offering selfless help to others is divine life. Statement 3 We should help the needy without expecting any future paybacks. Statement 4 If you help someone today, someone else will help you tomorrow. 4Identify the statements that are based on the reciprocity norm.
A.Statements 1 and 4
B.Statements 2 and 3
C.Statements 1 and 2
D.Statements 3 and 4
Social situation brings people into repeated contact and develop a liking for each other. This is the basic principle of _____.
Secure attachment style is a healthy attachment style seen in children.
_____ refers to any behavior that is designed to increase another person's welfare, and particularly those actions that do not seem to provide a direct reward to the person who performs them.
We tend to like the images that we see on a regular basis. This tendency to like familiar objects is referred to as mere exposure.
Pluralistic ignorance occurs when people think that others in their environment have the same information that they have.
Statements 1 I think of the impact that my decisions will have on others before making decisions. Statement 2 I always try to understand others by imagining how things will look from their perspective. Statement 3 I help others only if my help is essential for them. Statement 4 My decisions are usually based on the situation that I am in. Which of the following personality traits is most evident in statement 2?
You witness a road accident on your way to office. You see many others passing without stopping their cars. You also move on thinking that there is no need for help. This situation is an example of _____.
Levels of oxytocin increase when _____.
A.men engage in high-intensity activities
B.mothers nurse their infants
C.men reach old age
D.adults lack close relationships
Which of the following is a valid observation of brainstorming?
A.Each member is asked to create as many ideas as possible, no matter how unimportant or unworkable they are thought to be.
B.Group members are allowed to offer opinions about the quality of an idea during brainstorming.
C.All members are allowed to criticize others' ideas if they are unimportant or unworkable.
D.Group members are not encouraged or expected to modify and expand upon other's ideas.
Coordination losses become more problematic as the size of the group increases.
Which of the following occurs when the attitudes of individual group members become more extreme after a group discussion than they were before the group began discussing the topic?
Which of the following was a key finding from the study that Stasser and Titus conducted by sharing positive information about two candidates?
A.Groups have an innate tendency to share information with each other.
B.Information sharing is less adequate in many groups.
C.Some individuals favor negative information to positive information.
D.Positive information about a candidate has little influence in decision making.
Willie is a member of a charitable organization. Which of the following, if true, would reduce the likeliness of Willie experiencing groupthink?
A.The members of the charitable organization perform interrelated activities.
B.Willie experiences weak social identity toward the group.
C.The charitable organization is a cohesive group.
D.Willie has a strong bonding with the members of the organization.
_____ refers to the tendency of juries to vote for acquittal more often than they vote for guilt, all other factors being equal.
Process losses occur when _____.
A.teams allow external factors to influence them
B.groups perform worse than expected
C.teams use process-oriented managers
D.groups lose despite doing a good job
Which of the following is an example of social loafing?
A.People tend to blindly follow the collective opinions of a group that they belong to.
B.Individuals support their friends in an interpersonal conflict although their friends are guilty.
C.An individual performs well when working individually but his performance drops when he is part of a group.
D.Parents support their children even when they commit violent acts such as beating up other children.
Adrian believes groups are much more productive than individuals. This is an example of _____.
B.illusion of group effectivity
What will be the impact if a large group is broken up into smaller sub-groups for discussion?
A.The group will become more vulnerable to social loafing and coordination problems.
B.The group will engage in a full discussion of the issues when making decisions.
C.The group will become less likely to give its members challenges and opportunities.
D.The group will avoid seeking information from analysts and outside experts.
Feature 1 Feature 2 Feature 3 Feature 4 Conflicts exist between members in a group. Members attempt to mold the group into accepting their own ideas. Individual members develop a strong group identity. Individuals are invited to join the group. 4Which of the following features relates to the forming stage of group development?
When groups work better than we would expect, given the individuals who form them, we call the outcome a(n) _____.
Observation 1: Sarah decides to invest in a federal bond that is risk free. Observation 2: Sarah decides to invest in a riskier mutual fund after discussing the issue with her family. This situation is an example of group polarization, if:
A.and only if observation 1 is true.
B.either one of the observations is true.
C.both the observations are true.
D.either one of the observations is false.
Information sharing within a group decreases if the group is given assurance that the group has plenty of time to make its decision.
Which of the following refers to the perception, either by the group members themselves or by others, that the people together are a group?
You are part of an organizational team that is led by the CEO of the organization. Most often the CEO initiates discussions and the team makes decisions that are consistent with the CEO's beliefs. This is an example of _____.
Group performance decreases because participants fail to put in their greatest effort at the same time. The losses that occur due to this mismatch are called _____ losses.
Which of the following factors would weaken the perception of entitativity among employees in an organization?
A.Independent tasks within the organization
B.Stable norms and roles within the organization
C.Similarity observed in the values that employees share
D.Frequent interactions between employees in the organization
Event 1 Event 2 Event 3 Event 4 A group of individuals who spend time together are seen as a group although their togetherness is not to achieve any goals. A group of intelligent people work as a team to produce great results. Two brilliant tennis players do not produce good results when they play as a team. Workers produce more when they work in small groups. 4Identify the events that relate to process gains.
A.Events 1 and 4
B.Events 2 and 4
C.Events 1, 2, and 4
D.Events 3 and 4
Which of the following is an advantage of large groups in comparison to small groups?
A.Large groups are less likely to suffer from social loafing.
B.Large groups are less likely to suffer from coordination problems.
C.Large teams are better poised to diversify into specialized roles and activities.
D.Members of large groups are more likely to feel that their effort will make a difference to the output.
The tendency to overvalue the productivity of groups is known as the illusion of group effectivity.
A group of interviewers are more likely to award the interviewees moderate or high scores rather than low scores. Which of the following refers to this tendency?
Which of the following is the best approach to motivate people to work harder for a team?
A.Introduce group incentives and remove individual incentives
B.Introduce stricter norms and regulations within the group
C.Reward people for their individual performances
D.Introduce operational procedures instead of people oriented procedures.
Groupthink is more likely to occur in groups where the members have weak social identities.
A college student hacked his university's website and accessed some information. However, the student had no intention of stealing any kind of information. Taking a decision on this case is an example of a(n) _____ task.
Which of the following is a disadvantage of introducing individual rewards for group members?
A.Group members are likely to compare their own rewards with those of others.
B.It is not a straightforward approach to getting people to work harder.
C.Group members cannot be motivated immediately by using individual rewards.
D.It is not likely to increase the effort levels of individual group members.
Group polarization occurs in groups when:
A.group members are not actively involved in the topic under consideration.
B.group members have an initial understanding of the situation.
C.group members have dissimilar beliefs and ideas.
D.the group is not carrying out a discussion on the topic under consideration.
Erik and Pearl are two students studying in the same class. Erik injures Pearl in a fight. Their teacher decides to hand out a mild punishment to Erik. However, after a discussion with her fellow teachers, the teacher decides to punish Erik severely. This situation is an example of _____.
A group's productivity is likely to be low, if :
A.potential productivity is high.
B.process losses are small.
C.groupthink is low.
D.process gains are small.
Which of the following statements is consistent with the idea of group polarization?
A.A group is less likely than an individual to make extreme decisions.
B.Groups take decisions in a hurry, while individuals follow a stable method to arrive at decisions.
C.A group of judges are more likely to favor acquittal than an independent judge.
D.Groups favor risk-free decisions whereas individuals favor risky decisions.
Which of the following statements describes the illusion of group effectivity?
A.Tendency to overvalue the productivity of groups
B.Tendency to give more importance to people's feelings than productivity
C.Tendency to be less productive in a group
D.Tendency to undermine a group's productivity by engaging in personal activities
Which of the following is an example of member characteristics of a team of workers who build houses?
A.Level of automation used in construction
B.Quality assessment procedures used
C.Knowledge of operating concrete mixers
D.Number of people assigned for the work
Which of the following is used to define events that occur when a group works together on a task?
Teachers are less likely to award students extremely low grades for their performance. This is an example of _____.
Charlverson University invites its former students to join the alumni society that the university recently created. This is an example of the norming stage of group development.
Which of the following is a disadvantage of large groups when compared to small groups?
A.Large teams are not able to devise specialized roles and activities.
B.Large groups fail to impart prestige to its members.
C.Large teams are not likely to comprise of individuals with diverse skills.
D.Large groups are more likely to suffer from social loafing.
_____ tasks do not have a clear, correct answer to the problem being posed.
A team manager asked members to write down as many ideas as possible to solve a problem that they had within the team. After generating a number of ideas, members were encouraged to discuss, modify, and expand upon other's ideas. Identify the technique used by the manager.
A teacher asks students to multiply two numbers. This is an example of a(n) _____ task.
Feature 1 Feature 2 Feature 3 Feature 4 Work can be distributed among individuals. Group input can be combined such that the performance of individuals is averaged. Task performance is measured on the basis of how rapidly the group works. Task performance is measured by counting the number of units produced per hour. 4Identify the features that relate the most to a maximizing task.
A.Features 1 and 2
B.Features 1 and 4
C.Features 3 and 4
D.Features 2 and 3
Which of the following is a disadvantage of social categorization?
A.It reduces people's tendencies to classify others into groups.
B.It increases the likelihood of being isolated from groups.
C.It creates exaggerated perceptions of people who belong to social groups.
D.It reduces the information available about groups of people.
Which of the following is the best example of a stereotype threat?
A.African-Americans face discrimination due to the stereotypical actions of the other races.
B.Individuals have a tendency to view members of outgroups as more similar to each other than the members of ingroups.
C.Men are more stereotypical about women drivers than women themselves.
D.Performances of African-Americans are low in a test because of their anxiety about a stereotype.
Herman is a student of the University of California. Which of the following, if true, will make his university student membership more salient than usual?
A.The university team recently won a really important game of football.
B.Herman secured low grades in an examination that he took recently.
C.The university campus is very close to Herman's house.
D.Herman goes on a vacation with his friends to a place that is far from the university.
Which of the following is observed when one of the members of a group behaves in a way that threatens the positive image of the group?
A.Black sheep effect
C.Social Dominance Orientation
The idea that intergroup contact will reduce prejudice is known as _____.
You friend tells you about a female friend who drives extremely well. This reduces your stereotype about women drivers. This is an example of ________.
C.extended-black sheep effect
People are particularly likely to show ingroup favoritism when they are not worried about their self concept.
Which of the following mirrors the important U.S. Supreme Court Case Brown versus Board of Education in 1954?
A.A civil suit against a teacher who misused the property of a public university in California
B.A criminal suit against a person who murdered a school's board member
C.A lawsuit against a school that refused admission to an African-American student
D.A lawsuit against a school that exceeded its intake limit of the number of students in a class
You are part of a highly cohesive group and you often face the ultimate attribution error. What conclusion will you likely make if an outgroup member engages in constructive behavior?
A.You will consider it an unstable negative group characteristic.
B.You will consider it a stable internal characteristic.
C.You will attribute it to the behavior of the specific member.
D.You will consider it a constant positive characteristic of the group.
Which of the following is best suited for extended-contact hypothesis?
A.John and Peter, who work for the same firm, have known each other since their school days.
B.Paul, who works with Molly in the same firm, is friends with Molly's African-American friend, Stevenson.
C.Albert and Martin, who are African-Americans, don't see eye to eye on most important issues.
D.Matt and Jeff, brothers from a nomadic community, help people out from their community.
The "_____" is an approach to learning in which students from different racial or ethnic groups work together, in an interdependent way, to master material.
Which of the following is a situation in which the members of a group are unlikely to show ingroup favoritism?
A.The members of the group believe that their group is as competent as the other groups.
B.The group is threatened by an external agency or group.
C.The group faces threats to their self concept.
D.The members of a group believe that they are clearly inferior to the other group.
The black sheep effect is likely to occur when an _____.
A.outgroup member threatens the ingroup members
B.ingroup member violates group norms
C.outgroup appears to be stronger than the ingroup
D.ingroup member faces a conflict with an outgroup member
In the context of recategorization, superordinate goals result in a(n) _____.
A.ultimate attribution error
B.common group identity
People who attend a party often ridicule the attendees who do not follow the dress code of the party. This is an example of _____.
B.the stereotype threat
C.the black sheep effect
D.Social Dominance Orientation
Which of the following is the best example of ingroup favoritism?
A.Teachers assign better grades to their mentees than others.
B.People who belong to the same group spend more time together.
C.Some group members are considered to be favorites of other members.
D.Women think that all men are insensitive beings.
Which of the following defines the natural cognitive process by which we place individuals into social groups?
Stereotypes can easily influence our judgments and responses because they are _____.
A.not accessed by our nervous system
C.formed by planned processes
D.not constantly assessed by our brain
Members of a group tend to support each other when they face problems. This is an example of the black sheep effect.
Which of the following is a valid observation about authoritarianism?
A.Authoritarians are ingroup-favoring in part.
B.Authoritarians tend to hold contemporary values.
C.Authoritarians tend to hold unconventional values.
D.Authoritarians have personality traits that support complex judgments.
Social categorization is an undesirable tendency that individuals have.
Which of the following accurately defines discrimination?
A.It refers to the act of keeping a section of the society uninformed about the new developments in society.
B.It refers to unjustified negative behaviors toward members of outgroups based on their group membership.
C.It refers to the intolerance observed when two or more groups exist together in a community.
D.It refers to an unjustifiable negative or positive attitude displayed toward an outgroup or toward the members of an outgroup.
An individual always makes internal attributions when negative behaviors from the ingroup members or positive behaviors from the outgroup members are observed. This is an example of the _____.
A.bogus pipeline procedure
B.ultimate attribution error
C.black sheep effect
D.Social Dominance Orientation
A five year old girl thinks that it is not appropriate for her to behave aggressively like boys do. This is an example of a _____.
Outgroup homogeneity is the tendency to view members of ingroups as more similar to each other than members of outgroups.
Your perception of others is based on a range of such classifications as men versus women, old people versus young people, and Blacks versus Whites. This process of organizing others into groups is called _____.
You feel high self-esteem when you belong to a group such as a victorious football team. This feeling of self-esteem that you experience by being a part of a group is referred to as _____.
Why do people face difficulties in changing their stereotypical beliefs?
A.Such beliefs typically create positive attitudes toward others.
B.Such beliefs often reduce the tendency to discriminate against others.
C.Such beliefs typically create positive images of others and self.
D.Such beliefs are often part of people's everyday lives and culture.
Authoritarians prefer simplicity and hold conventional values.
A university sends its students to other countries to reduce the impact of prejudices on them. The university's decision is based on the contact hypothesis.
Which of the following is a benefit of social categorization?
A.It is an effective method to reduce discriminative practices in the society.
B.It helps people reduce the tendency to be prejudiced.
C.It provides information about people who belong to certain groups.
D.It reduces the stereotypical tendencies of people.
Which of the following is a method designed to elicit more honest responses from people by convincing the participants that he or she has access to their true beliefs?
A.Jigsaw Classroom method
B.Social Dominance Orientation
C.Bogus Pipeline Procedure
D.Implicit Association Test
Which of the following is a valid observation about ingroup favoritism?
A.Ingroup favoritism is unlikely with unimportant groupings.
B.Ingroup favoritism occurs only with real groups.
C.Ingroup favoritism occurs with virtual groups also.
D.Ingroup favoritism is initiated when children become adults.
Students of a college consider themselves a group. This process of including oneself in a group is called _____.
Statement 1: Jonathan, the CEO of a company, believes that people who belong to a certain race are more aggressive than people from other races. Statement 2: Jonathan does not interact with people from that race and denies them jobs when he receives job applications. We can conclude that Jonathan is discriminating against the racial group if _____.
A.one of the statements is true
B.both the statements are true
C.statement 1 is true and statement 2 is false
D.statement 2 is true
Which of the following is an example of contact hypothesis?
A.A study carried out to understand the eating habits of students in the age group 16 to 21.
B.A study carried out to understand the behavior patterns of consumers visiting a firm's website.
C.A study to understand the behavior patterns of two friends from two different ethnic backgrounds.
D.A study to minimize the effects of unfair trade practices in an industry segment.
Monica is the CEO of a private company. In a meeting, she criticizes Team A for their poor performances and threatens them that she will disband the team. In the meeting, she also praises Team B for their commendable work. Choose the correct answer based on this situation.
A.In this situation, Team B is more likely to show ingroup favoritism than Team A.
B.Both the teams are likely to show ingroup favoritism in this situation.
C.Both the teams are unlikely to show ingroup favoritism in this situation.
D.In this situation, Team A is more likely to show ingroup favoritism than Team B.
Which of the following is used to define beliefs that people have about the characteristics of the groups around them?
Ray believes that men are better drivers than women. This belief is an example of a _____.
Mary thinks that the women in her office are friendlier than the men. This is an example of _____.
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