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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Persuasion
  2. Aversive Racism
  3. Pique Technique
  4. Bait-and-Switch
  5. Self-Fulfilling Prophecy
  1. a An attempt to change a persons attitude
  2. b Simultaneously holding egalitarian values and negative feelings toward minorities
  3. c Draws people in with an attractive offer that is unavailable and then switched them to a less attractive offer that is available
  4. d A prediction that ensures the behavior it generates will come true. people would come to act like the stereotypes of other hold of them. have a baby face act innocent
  5. e Captures peoples attention by making a novel request, Presents the message in an unusual fashion

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The idea that regular interaction between members of different groups reduces prejudices providing that it occurs under favorable conditions
  2. Categories that people use for individuals who do not fit a general stereotype
  3. Explanations to justify why people in power deserve to be in power
  4. A tendency to engage in and enjoy effortful thinking, analysis and mental problem solving
  5. Introduction of an unexpected element: First, disrupts critical thinking them reframes message in a positive light

5 True/False questions

  1. Door-in-the-face TechniqueStart with a small request to gain eventual compliance with a larger request

          

  2. Group Polarization EffectA shift toward a more extreme position resulting from group discussion

          

  3. SaliencePrejudiced attitudes toward a particular race

          

  4. Optimal Distinctiveness TheoryProposition that when people feel very similar to others in a group, they seek a way to be different and when they feel different they try to be more similar

          

  5. Personal RelevanceThe perceived opinions and expectations of the social environment

          

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