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PSYC1001HW373.pdf - Pre-Test Answer the following pre-test...

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1. Award: 1.00 point Problems? Adjust credit for all students. Required information Pre-Test Answer the following pre-test questions. Babyface Nelson, so named because of his youthful appearance, was one of the most ruthless and dangerous gangsters in United States history. Based on person perception research findings, what kind of person do most people expect when they encounter someone with a babyish face? We expect baby-faced individuals to be naïve, weak, honest and less competent than individuals with more mature faces. We expect baby-faced individuals to be smarter and more trusting than individuals with more mature faces. We expect baby-faced individuals to be more open to new ideas than individuals with more mature faces. We expect baby-faced individuals to be more prone to acting out of control than individuals with more mature faces. Multiple Choice Learning Objective: Explain how attitudes are changed through persuasion, and describe how attitudes and behaviour influence one another.
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