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Define Social Psychology?
a) the sub group of Psychology that studies individuals and how they relate and adjust to society. b) the study of social groups. c) the study of different types of societies. d) none of these.
What is the experimental groups role in an experiment?
a) all of these b) they are the group that doesn't receive the IV or treatment c) they are the group that receives the IV or treatment d) they are the group that does not receive anything
What is the role of the control group in an experiment?
a) they are the group that receives the treatment b) they are the group that doesn't receive the IV or treatment. c) they are the group that is being observed d) none of these
What is a stereotype?
a) ideas that helps us organize behaviors of people and events. b) none of these c) perceptions of fair/unfair resource distributions within an interpersonal relationship. d) is a set of assumptions about people in a given category often based on half-truths or non truths.
Define a self-serving bias
a) the ability to serve one self b) a tendency to claim success due to our efforts, while failure is due to unfair outside circumstances c) the tendency to blame yourself rather than others in stressful circumstances. d) none of these
The fundamental attribution error is ?
a) is an analysis of how we interpret and understand other people’s behavior. b) is the tendency to attribute others’ behavior to dispositional (usually negative) causes. c) all of these. d) when we tend to focus on personal issues to explain others behavior and other factors to explain our
What is equity value in social relationships?
a) the value of the social relationship b) perceptions of fair/unfair resource distributions within an interpersonal relationship. c) the ability of another person to help him or her achieve their goals. d) all of these.
What is utility value in social relationships?
a) the ability of another person to help him or her achieve their goals. b) the value of the social relationship c) the ability of a person to interest you in or expose you to new ideas or experiences. d) the distance between one person and another.
What is proximity in regards to social relationships
a) the distance between one person to another. b) the amount of information you confide in one other person. c) none of these. d) the ability of a person to interest you in or expose you to new ideas or experiences.
What is similarity in regards to relationships?
a) refers to how well groups of people get along together. b) refers to how different you and another persons values and beliefs are. c) refers to how closely attitudes, values, interests and personality match between people. d) none of these.
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