Gen_psy--practice_exam_3_answers - 1 With respect to the...

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1. With respect to the matter of sex differences in aggression, a number of studies are cited in the textbook which show consistently that a. there are no real differences in physical aggression between males and females. b. males on average exhibit more physical aggression than females. c. females show more physical aggression in the laboratory, but males show more aggression in the real-world. d. whether sex differences in aggression are found depends on how aggression is measured. 2. If you were to observe the conversations of people from the United States, Japan, and Venezuela, you would notice that people from __________ maintain the longest "polite" distance while interacting and that people from __________ set the closest distance. a. the United States; Japan b. Venezuela; the United States c. Japan; Venezuela d. the United States; Venezuela 3. Based on a worldwide study of IBM employees, if you are a person who feels at ease with the values of individualism, you are probably going to feel most comfortable in a. Venezuela. b. Colombia c. Australia. d. China. 4. According to the model of Harry Triandis, which of the following cultures is most likely to value collectivism? a. a society that is heterogeneous. b. a complex industrialized society. c. an affluent society. d. a homogeneous society. 5. The class has been given an assignment to write down all of the groups to which they belong. A student writes downs the following list: family, town, school, church, scouts, and softball team. She is more likely to live in a society that values a. collective goals. b. personal goals. c. harmony. d. loyalty. 6. If a man or woman had all other qualities you desired, would you marry this person if you were not in love? If you asked this question of people living in Pakistan, India, Canada, the United States and England, it would most likely be answered "yes" by people living in __________. a. the United States b. England c. Pakistan d. Canada 7. Having heard about the collectivistic values of China, you travel there thinking they will treat everyone better than individualists will. When you get to China, you find that people a. treat "in-group" members well, but may ignore or be mean to you if they see you as a member of an "outgroup." b. immediately accept you as a member of their "ingroup."
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