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Soc_Psy_Pract_MT2_Sp_01

Soc_Psy_Pract_MT2_Sp_01 - SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY PRACTICE...

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SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, PRACTICE MIDTERM 2 This practice exam covers the following topics: Prejudice; Social Facilitation & Group Influences; Conformity, Compliance, and Obedience; Attraction and Relationships; and Aggression. The actual midterm will only cover the topics that have been covered in lecture by the end of the last lecture prior to the exam. In other words if , for instance, Aggression is not covered adequately in lecture before the day of the exam, questions concerning Aggression will be on the third midterm instead of midterm 2 (you can use the Aggression questions below as practice questions for Midterm 3). You will need to attend lecture or check with someone who does to know this. Also, there are ten extra questions here for practice. The actual midterm will only have 40 multiple choice questions. 1. Although most suspects in cases of incest, child molestation, and sexual abuse are heterosexual males, the local newspaper omits the word "heterosexual" in any related headline. In contrast, whenever a self-described gay male is arrested for a crime, the headline proclaims "homosexual arrested" in the case. The resulting prejudice that gay males are more likely to commit violent crimes can in part be blamed on A. illusory correlation. B. ingroup bias. C. outgroup homogeneity effects. D. group-serving bias. 2. All but which of the following examples discussed in class demonstrate the link between viewing violence and subsequent aggression exhibited by the viewer(s)
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3. Reverse discimination was demonstrated in a study by Fajardo in which teachers graded essays ________________ when they believed that they had been written by African- American students than when they had supposedly been written by Caucasian student's. This grading method was _______________ by many of the teachers. 4. Social loafing refers to the tendency for people to A. perform an unfamiliar task more poorly when others are present. B. violate social norms when no one is watching. C. be insensitive to the needs of others. D. exert less effort when they pool their efforts toward a common goal.
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