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5 Matching questions

  1. The foot-in-the-door phenomenon refers to the tendency to
  2. Your roommate is conducting a survey to learn how many hours the typical student studies each day. She plans to pass out her questionnaire to the members of her sorority. You point out that her findings will be flawed because
  3. The tragic murder of Kitty Genovese outside her New York Apartment stimulated social-psychological research on
  4. A procedure that trains people to make new responses to stimuli that currently trigger unwanted responses is called
  5. Dogs conditioned to salivate to stimulation of the thigh also begin to salivate when stimulated on other parts of the body. This best illustrates
  1. a counterconditioning.
  2. b the sample will probably not be representative of the population of interest.
  3. c generalization.
  4. d comply with a large request if one has previously complied with a small request.
  5. e altruism

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. curiosity, skepticism, and humility.
  2. originate at about the time of birth.
  3. mature and affluent.
  4. observational learning.
  5. can be learned.

5 True/False questions

  1. The set of prescribed behaviors associated with a particular social position is best described as a(n)learned helplessness.


  2. One naturalistic observation of pedestrians found that half of the people on cellphones exhibit unsafe road crossing. This illustrates the impact ofobservational learning.


  3. (close up) In order, the sequence of steps in the SQ3R method issurvey, question, read, review, reflect.


  4. In which type of research is a representative, random sample of people asked to answer many questions about their behaviors or attitudes?selective attention.


  5. In which type of research would an investigator manipulate one factor in order to observe its effect on some behavior or mental process?the survey


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