Psy2012FinalSummer2007StudentCopy

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Miami Dade College PSY 2012 – Final Examination Dr. Mayte Insua-Auais Name: __________________________ Date: _____________ Directions: Please read each question carefully and bubble the correct circle on your scantron sheet. Bring your completed scantron sheet to class on Wednesday, July 25. Late submissions will not be accepted. Therefore, please plan accordingly. Good Luck! Chapter 12 1. If the “teacher” protested that he wished to stop or that he was worried about the “learner's” safety, what did the experimenter do? A) The experimenter would stop the experiment. B) The experimenter ignored the protests. C) The experimenter would say, “The experiment requires that you continue.” D) The experimenter would offer the “teacher” more money to continue. 2. _____ refers to the mental processes we use to form judgments and draw conclusions about the characteristics and motives of others. A) Person perception B) Social facilitation C) Social influence D) Deindividuation 3. Milgram, along with other researchers, identified several aspects of his original obedience experiment that had a strong impact on the subjects' willingness to obey the experimenter. Which of the following is NOT one of them? 4. Dr. Pulaski decided to replicate Solomon Asch's classic experiment of conformity to group pressure. If his results were consistent with those of the original research, he is likely to find that: Page 1
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5. Social psychology is a branch of psychology that focuses on a broad range of topics. Two basic areas of social psychology include: A) meta-analysis and deindividuation. B) social cognition and social influence. C) in-group bias and out-group bias. D) ethnocentrism and out-group bias.
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