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5 Matching questions

  1. Informational Influence
  2. Narcissists
  3. Contact Hypothesis
  4. Yielding
  5. Repetition with Variation
  1. a Going along with the crowd because you believe that they know more than you do
  2. b The idea that regular interaction between members of different groups reduces prejudices providing that it occurs under favorable conditions
  3. c Individuals who regard themselves as better than other and are constantly trying to win the admiration of others
  4. d Repeating the same information, but in a varied format
  5. e Whether you accept the message

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. How much a source knows
  2. request that indicates any amount of help/aid is acceptable
  3. The individual who delivers a message
  4. The idea that blaming problems and misfortunes on outgroups contributes to negative attitudes toward these outgroups
  5. Simultaneously holding egalitarian values and negative feelings toward minorities

5 True/False questions

  1. Limited Number TechniqueThe item of interest exists in limited quantities so you must act now

          

  2. Commons DilemmaThe tendency for shared or jointly owned resources to be squandered and not used in an optimal or advantageous fashion

          

  3. Realistic Conflict TheoryThe idea that blaming problems and misfortunes on outgroups contributes to negative attitudes toward these outgroups

          

  4. PersuasionAn attempt to change a persons attitude

          

  5. Altruistic PunishmentA tendency for groups to take greater risks than the same individuals (on average) would have decided to take individually