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Question 1 Multiple Choice 5 of 5 points A deliberate attempt to influence the attitudes and/or behavior of another person is Selected Answer: persuasion. Question 2 Multiple Choice 0 of 5 points John was a telemarketer for a charitable group soliciting contributions. He first asked the people he called for a small contribution to his worthy cause. He then called back a few months later and asked for a somewhat larger contribution. This is known as the Selected Answer: door-in-the-face technique. Question 3 Multiple Choice 5 of 5 points The tendency to look at situations from one's own racial or cultural perspective is known as Selected Answer: ethnocentrism. Question 4 Multiple Choice 5 of 5 points There is an overwhelming amount of evidence to link smoking with a number of serious diseases. According to cognitive dissonance theory, smokers may respond to this evidence by Selected Answer: all of the above. Question 5 Multiple Choice 5 of 5 points Jenny failed her microbiology exam and told everyone, "I can't remember anything!" This is called a(n) Selected Answer: dispositional attribution. Question 6 Multiple Choice 5 of 5 points Altruism is Selected Answer: all of the above. Question 7 Multiple Choice 5 of 5 points Most attitudes have all of the following components EXCEPT Selected Answer: biochemical. Question 8 Multiple Choice
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2010 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 146 taught by Professor Tarquendo during the Spring '10 term at Adams State University.

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