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Unformatted text preview: Question 1 of 2D 5.0 Points The scientific study of the way in which people's thoughts, feelings, and behayiors are influenced by the real or imagined presence of other people is the definition of £2- A- psychology. Ci E. personality psychology. {3} (1. social psychology. .r's .U. D. sociology. Reset Selection E] Mark for Review What's ThiS? Previous Next Says Question 2 of EU 5.0 Points Professor Swenson is interestecl in universitv stuclents' reactions to the death of a popular rocl: star. For two weeks, Professor Swenson spencls one hour a clav in a popular cafeteria, inconspicuouslv listening to stuclents, joining in their conversations when the topic of the oeacl rocl: star comes up, and recording what the stuclents have to sav. Professor Swenson is conducting research. {E} A. observational {:3 B. experimental [II C. correlational .|" c] D. archival Reset Selection E] Mark for Review What's This? F'revi ou s H ext Save Duestinn 3 Elf 2U Accerciing tn the authclrs cit yrc-ur text, archival research can tell researchers ahc-ut IE} A- causes at hehavinr. {3. E- the 1uralues ancl beliefs cut a culture- .3. C. the past, but pfflbflbl‘y’ isn't geecl at predicting the future- [II I]- the relatinnship between time cur fTIDf-E' ‘u'flfiEtblE'S- Reset Selectinn E] Marin: for Review What's This? F're'uri eu s hi est Save Duestien 4 [1f EU 5.1".) Peints The anthers of gum text suggest that in the 193fls and 19:1fls, the most influential persen in seeisl psychology was {5} A- Hurt Lewin. [3' E- Jenn Wetsun- [2' E- Lynden Jehnsen- '12:} e- s- F. Skinner. Reset Selectien E] Mark for Review Wh at's This? F're'uri an s H ext 3 sure fluestien 5 bf 2i] Emil Pbints Which bf the fbllbwing is mbst likely tb be studied by a sbcisl psychblbgist? .3. A- Differences in nbnirerbsl behavibr between members bf different cultures .3. E- The effects bf social class bn religibus beliefs [II E- The effects bf bccupatibnsl segregatibn bn incbnte {E} D- Sex differences in self—cbncepts Reset SEIECIiDn E] Marin: for Review What's This? F'reiiri cm s hi est Save DUES’IiDn Er Elf 2U 5-1:] F‘Dints Bensvierists believe that all learning is a result at IE} A- reinfereentent and punishment- [3' E- interpretstien- {:3 E- emetien- [II D- Gestalt principles- Reset Selectien [:] Marl: for Review What's This? F're'uri on s H ext Barre fluestidn T Elf EU 51'] PDints Edmpsred td Eifltial psycndldgists, persdnslityr psycndldgists are mere likely he fetus their sflentidn cm i] A- subjective Cdnstruels- [3' E. pdsitiire beneuidrs- E} C- individual differences- {I} D- rewards and punishments- Reset Selectidn E] Marin: for Review What's This? F'reiri du s H ext Barre Question 8 of 2d 5J2] Points A researcher has recorded that on the playground, boys are more likely to use physical aggression to get what they want, out that girls are more likely to use yeroal aggression to get what they want. This researcher most likely employed a{n} research method. IE} A. ooseryation al '1} E. archiyal .I" L} (3. experimental .r's 'U' D. interyiew Reset Selection E] Marin: for Review 1Ililhat's This? Preyi ou s hi est Says Duestic-n 9 df 2t] 5-4:] Points A gdal df ethndgraphyr that makes it different frdm crther ntethcids df testing thedries is that in ethnography, the researcher E} A- tries td understand the grc-up cur culture withc-ut impc-sing his cur her man ideas dn it- .3. E- fc-cuses dn interjudge reliability. [3' E- relies en the accumulated dc-cuntents gt a culture as a technique her understanding- {3' D- fDEUEr-E'S dn assessing DEhE'WiDTE that DECUT MDT-E.“ cutten in PINE-11E“ than in PUDHC- Reset SEIECIiDn E] Marin: tcir Review What's This? F'reiri cm s hi est Save Duesticin “Id at 2d 5d Pdints The prpcedure Wth-E'b‘y' the researcher explains the nature pf the study and participants then decide whether pr npt tp participate is called {I} A- experimental debriefing- {I} B- pre—experintental briefing- IE} (3. infc-rmed cpnsent_ {I} I1 a truthful cpirer stew. Reset Selectipn E] Marin: for Review What's This? F're'uri cru s hi est Save Question 11 of 2D ELCI Points A researcher wants to see if there is a relationship between a person's birth order and his or her leadership ability. The best method for answering this question would be .I" c:- A. experimental. '3' E. correlation al. .I" C. observational. ,.-'~.. D. archival analysis. Reset Selection E] Marin: for Review What's This? F're'uri ou s hi ext Save DUES’IiDn '12 Elf EU 5.1:] PDints Edcisl pS‘y'EhDIDgiStS differ frdm sdcidldgists in that SDCiElI psychdidgists {E} A- are interested in new pEDpIE' are influenced by their SDEiElI envirdnntents (3. E. are censerned with peepie's perspectives df their SDEiEiI envirdnntents- Ii] C- sdvecste the use net CDH‘IH‘IDH sense- {:3 D- are reliant en the insights df phildsdphers Reset SEIECIiDn [:] Merit fer Ftetriew What's This? F'reiri du s hi est Save Duestic-n 13 at El] 5-13 PcIints 1Illlhen scIcial psychdldgists thIsenre sentething in everyday life that is interesting, hear is such infc-rrnatic-n useful in research? IE} A- It is used th prcwe hypc-theses that were based cIn preuicrus theery. IE} E- It can stimulate researchers th deIuIeldp a hypothesis and design studies th test it- IE} E- It senres as inferrnatidn that can he used in theoretical debates about human hehauier. IE} D- It SEWE'S ncI chcId purpc-se heydnd stirring up centrcwersy. Reset Selectic-n C] Marin: for Review 1l'llhat's This? F're'uri cru s hi ext Save DUES’IiDn 14 Df 2U ELEI Paints A hypnthesis is must like am} ii] A. brilliant insight- {:3 E- EIPE'HH‘IETIL {:3- Etna-Dry. {E} D- hunch- Reset SEIEC’IiDn C] Marl: for Review What's ThiS? F're'uri mu 5 H ext Save Question 15 of so 5.0 Points From across the room, .J.T_ sees his mother sigh, ancl he approaches to give her a hug in the hopes of cheering her up. In this case, .J.T_'s behavior is an example of a[n} social influence attempt. '3' a. direct '12:} s. ineffective Ci o. inclirect r'iu. 'c_;' D. unintended Reset Selection [:] Mark for Review What's This? F'reiri on s hi ext Save DUESIin‘i 15 Df EU EA] F‘Dif'its Prefesspr Rethman is interested in tracking changes in racial sterec-tvpes in the LLB- If he decides he cpnduct an archival analvsis, he shpuld C} A. interview multiple generatipns in families pf different race and ethnicities. .r"-. Lg; B- recprd hpw minprities are pprtraved in cartppns in the New Vertcer magaa'ne frpm tecfl—Efltfl. Ii] E- ask his students to report their impressions of how different ethnic grpups are portrayed on televisipn_ {3' D- cpmpare “1E FESUItE Elf DPlf‘llDf‘l DUNS IEHEFI [WEI fluff-1' flECEl-fl-E'S- Reset Selectiflfi E] Mark for Review What's This? F'revi cm s hi est Save DUES’IiDn 13’ Df 21".] 5-13 PDintS Because eeme behaviere eccur rarely.r er in private, it can be useful In use methecle ether than {:3- A- surveys. {:3- E- cerrelatienal rrretheda- E} E- ebeer'uratienal methada- {:3- D- experimental methade- RESE’I SEIEE’IiDn C] Marl: for Review What's This? F're'uri on a H ext Barre DUES’IiDn 18 Df 2U 5J3 F‘Din’ts 1Ililhich statement helc-w best captures the majdr ethical dilemma faced by experimental scrcial psychdldgists? A- With the advent df new techndldgies, it is easier than ever td falce data- E} E- That which is gddd science may nc-t always be ethical science- [I- C- It is necessary td Iie td disccwer the truth- {:3- D. Research results can he misused by these in pdwec Reset Selectic-n [:] Marin: for Review What's This? F'reiri eu s hi est Barre Question '19 of EU 5.43 Points Dr. Linh uses an electroencephalograph {EEG} to cletect patterns of brain actiyity as her participants argue with their romantic partners. Dr. Linh can best be described as a[n} [II A. neurologist. .I" L} B. eyolutionary psychologist. '3' (3. social neuroscientist. .I" L} D. psychiatrist. Reset Selection C] Mark for Review 1iiilhat's This? F'reyi ou s H ext Says Question 2D Elf 2U EL'U Points 1Ililhen scientists study how social oehayior is related to hormones, the immune system, and neurological processes, they are studying [3- A- social psychology. [3- E. neurology. [3- C- psychiatry. E:- D. social neuroscience. Reset Selection [:] Mark for Review What's This? F'reyious Neat Sayre Suhmitfor Grading ...
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