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INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (SP08, 61145, TH, 7-9:50 PM) (20081_61145) > COURSE DOCUMENTS > CHAPTER 14 > REVIEW ASSESSMENT: CH 14 QUIZ Review Assessment: Ch 14 Quiz User KEVIN KIM Submitted 5/10/08 7:06 PM Name Ch 14 Quiz Status Completed Score 24 out of 25 points Instructions Question 1 0.5 out of 0.5 points In some psychological experiments, confederates and naive subjects are used in the research. Confederates refer to _______; naive subjects refer to _______. Selected Answer: individuals posing as subjects but are not subjects at all; the true subjects Question 2 0.5 out of 0.5 points In Stanley Milgram's classic study on obedience, the teacher was the _______ whereas the learner was the _______. Selected Answer: naive subject; confederate Question 3 0.5 out of 0.5 points The results of Milgram's "study on memory and learning" showed that _______ of the subjects delivered the highest shock possible. Selected Answer: 65% Question 4 0.5 out of 0.5 points Which of the following topics would be MOST interesting to a social psychologist? Selected Answer: why some people perform better when in front of an audience Question 0.5 out of 0.5 points
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5 _______ is a process that refers to the important social information we collect about others. Selected Answer: Social perception Question 6 0 out of 0.5 points When Jill met Jack for the first time, she was amazed and thrilled by what she saw and heard. Aside from the fact that Jack was very good looking, he was polite, kind, and incredibly respectful. They began dating after that. Some time later, however, Jack grew to be rather rude and obnoxious. What could explain Jill's dismissal of these later characteristics? Selected Answer: the secondary appraisal Question 7 0.5 out of 0.5 points Fred was having a bad day. He woke up late for his job interview because the power in his house went off due to a thunderstorm. While he rushed around the house to get ready, he remembered he still had to stop at the gas station for some gasoline. As he was getting gas, some of it sprayed on his suit. Upon driving to the interview site, he ran into construction and had to sit in traffic. He forgot his cell phone at home, so he could not call to inform the company he was running late. By the time he made it to the interview, he was frustrated, late, and smelled like gasoline. What could Fred possibly do to still create a positive first impression? Selected Answer: Choices B and D will both work in his favor. Question 8 0.5 out of 0.5 points When we attempt to explain the cause of someone's behavior, we are utilizing _______. Selected Answer: attributions Question 9 0.5 out of 0.5 points A(n) _______ attribution is made when we blame an individual's behavior on the situation; a(n) _______ attribution is made when we blame the individual's behavior to his or her personality or other personal characteristics. Selected Answer: external; dispositional Question 10 0.5 out of 0.5 points
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When driving down the highway, Carla could not help but notice the young looking teenager who seemed to be driving in a reckless manner.
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