5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- stereotype threat
- task leadership
- ingroup bias
- outgroup homogeneity effect
- a a motive to protect or restore one's sense of freedom
- b leadership that organizes work, sets standards, and focuses on goals
- c perception of outgroup members are more similar to one another than ingroup members
- d a disruptive concern, when facing a negative stereotype, that one will be evaluated based on a negative stereotype
- e the tendency to favor one's own group
5 Multiple choice questions
- the process by which media influence often occurs through opinion leaders, who in turn influence others
- the theory that prejudice arises from competition between groups for scarce resources
- occurs when interested people focus on the arguments and respond with favorable thoughts
- a person's expectation of being victimized by prejudice or discrimination
- "the mode of thinking that persons engage in when concurrence-seeking becomes so dominant in a cohesive in-group that it tends to override the realistic appraisal of alternative courses of action"
5 True/False questions
subtyping → accommodating individuals who deviate from one's stereotype by thinking of them as "exceptions to the rule"
group-serving bias → explaining away outgroup members' positive behaviors; also attributing negative behaviors to their dispositions while excusing such behavior from one's own group
outgroup → a group of people who share a sense of belonging, "us"
social identity → the tendency for people to exert less effort when they pool their efforts toward a common goal than when they are individually responsible
conformity → a change in behavior or belief as the result of real or imagined group behavior