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Chapter 3 Quiz 1
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Individuals who are depressed and have low self-esteem are more likely to
have a realistic view of themselves.
What does the facial feedback hypothesis state?
Changes in facial expression can trigger changes in emotional experience.
From studies on the overjustification effect, what did researchers conclude about the use of rewards?
Only rewards that provide positive feedback should be given.
Introspection appears to be most useful for making decisions concerning
stock market investments
Those who are high in self-monitoring are also more likely to
Modify their behavior from one situation to the next.
Benjamin looked in the mirror. There was a red smudge on his cheek where Aunt Tanya had kissed him. He tried to wipe it off. From his actions, one can surmise that Ben is at least ___ old.
Four of Mrs. K's 7th grade students failed the history test, and she asked each of them to explain what happened. Which of their excuses implies self-handicapping behavior?
"I left my eyeglasses in the desk at school on Friday, so I couldn't study."
According to the overjustification effect, when people are paid for doing something they already enjoy doing, they will
no longer do the activity unless they are paid.
State a FALSE example of self-esteem.
Individuals from collectivistic cultures tend to score higher on self report measures of self-esteem than individuals from individualistic cultures.
Schachter (1959) found that when research participants were scared into believing that they were about to receive painful electric shocks as a part of an experiment, they chose to wait
in the company of others who shared their predicament.
After a disagreement with her boyfriend, Tamara stormed out, letting the door slam behind her. According to self-perception theory, she is likely to say to herself
"I didn't realize it, but I must be really angry with him."
In a study done by Csikszentmihalyi and Figurski, when people happen to think about themselves, they report feeling
Give an example of self-verification.
After a teacher singled him out for misbehaving, Zach made sure to behave in his usual exemplary manner for the rest of the day. Self-verification is the desire to have others perceive us as how we perceive ourselves.
Self-perception theory operates only when people are
shaky in their convictions.
In a study of Halloween trick-or-treaters, Beaman found that children were more likely to only take one piece of candy, as they were told, when a ___ was placed behind the candy bowl.
When 11 year old Taniqua, who is the only girl on the school's track team, is asked to describe herself, she is likely to mention
Unlike North Americans, people in collectivistic societies are more likely to
derive satisfaction from the status of their groups.
Flashbulb memories are enduring, detailed memories of dramatic events. Give an example of a flashbulb memory.
I will always remember what I was doing when I heard about 9/11.
The ___ states that we define ourselves by using others as a standard.
social comparison theory
When a group of English-speaking students from Hong Kong was given the "Who Am I?" test in two languages, what was the result?
In Chinese, they gave their group affiliations; in English, they named their personal traits.
THIS SET IS OFTEN IN FOLDERS WITH...
Social Psychology Ch2
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