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Exam2 (answer key) - PSYCHOLOGY 0105 EXAM#2 SPRING 2008...

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PSYCHOLOGY 0105 EXAM #2 SPRING 2008 NAME: _________________________ Student ID#: ______________________ Please begin by putting your name and Student ID number in the above spaces, and on the answer sheet . This exam consists of 55 multiple choice questions, each worth one point. This exam again contains 5 extra questions for your benefit; your grade will still be out of 50. For each question, choose the best of the four options and indicate your choice on the answer form. Each question has only one answer, and there is no penalty for guessing. Feel free to come to the front of the room if you have any questions. GOOD LUCK!! 1. In Asch’s line judgment studies: A. most participants conformed most of the time. B. conformity with 3 confederates was lower than conformity with 8. C. conformity was reduced even when a confederate gave a different wrong answer. D. All of the above. 2. One of the factors that differentiates prejudice from stereotypes is: A. the development of illusory correlations. B. the presence of negative affect. C. the extent to which it is implicit. D. All of the above. 3. If Clinton and Obama give speeches just before Democratic voters in Pennsylvania vote in the state primaries (with no delay in between), would the order of their speeches influence the voting (all other things being equal)? A.No. B. Yes – there will be a primacy effect, so there is an advantage to go first. C. Yes – there will be a recency effect, so there is an advantage to go second. D.Yes – there will a primacy effect, so there is an advantage to go second. 4. When salesmen use reciprocal concessions to sell a product, they are capitalizing on the principles of: A.contrast and scarcity. B. scarcity and commitment. C. commitment and reciprocity. D.reciprocity and contrast. 5. Implicit and explicit measures of stereotypes tend to be _______ correlated. A.moderately B. negatively C. not at all D.strongly
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PSY 0105 Exam #2 –– Page 2 6. Which of the following concerning the impact of body movements on persuasion is true ? A. People who nod their heads up and down express greater agreement with a persuasive message than those who nod their heads side to side. B.Stimuli associated with stretching the arms outward are rated more positively than those associated with flexing the arms inward. C.Nodding the head side to side makes people more likely to engage in central route processing than does nodding the head up and down. D. Stretching the arms outward makes people less likely to engage in central route processing than does flexing the arms inward. 7. The experience of being ostracized has been found to be: A. fleeting and relatively harmless. B.disturbing for women but not for men. C. similar in brain activation to the experience of physical pain.
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Exam2 (answer key) - PSYCHOLOGY 0105 EXAM#2 SPRING 2008...

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