5 Written questions
5 Multiple choice questions
- In attribution theory, information and beliefs a person already has about another.
- A situation in which the risk associated with an act is split among the members of a group; hence, the risk is smaller for each person.
- In attribution theory the act of making judgments about the causes for another's behavior.
- An attachment to a fixed area designated as ours alone and the tendency to defend it against intruders
- The number of people per square foot in a given space
4 True/False questions
Deindividuation → In attribution theory the act of making judgments about the causes for another's behavior.
Personal space → An "invisible bubble", or portable area, around each person; each of us tries to keep this space from being invaded
Imitation learning → The process of learning behaviors by viewing and imitating others.
Crowding → The number of people per square foot in a given space