chapter.3.quiz - 1. The expected behaviors associated with...

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1. The expected behaviors associated with a particular status in society are referred to as: a. roles. b. attachments. c. identity. d. hidden curriculum. 2. The process by which groups and individuals are brought into conformity with social expectations is referred to as: a. tabula rasa. b. internalization. c. social control. d. resocialization. 3. ________ are those with whom you interact on equal terms. a. Peers b. Out-groups c. Outsiders d. Elders 4. The ________ is in permanent conflict with the superego. a. ego b. I c. id d. me 5. According to symbolic interaction theory: a. the expectations of society are represented by the superego. b. infants identity with the same-sex parent. c. the unconscious mind shapes human behavior. d. children learn by taking the role of significant others. 6. According to social learning theory:
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a. the self emerges through separating oneself from the primary caregiver. b. the self emerges from tension between the id and the superego. c. identity is created through reinforcement and encouragement. d. identity is the result of the unconscious making and breaking of the bond with parents. 7. According to Piaget, at what stage do children begin to use language and other symbols? a. sensorimotor stage b. preoperational stage c. play stage d. concrete operational stage 8. Social learning theory is most closely associated with the works of:
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2008 for the course SSP 001 taught by Professor Munson during the Spring '06 term at Lehigh University .

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