Chapter 6 Exam

Chapter 6 Exam - 100(20 out of 20 correct 1 Which of the following have been identified as ways in which people acquire attitudes A infor mati on B

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100% (20 out of 20 correct) 1. Which of the following have been identified as ways in which people acquire attitudes? A. infor mati on B. class ical cond itioni ng C. oper ant cond itioni ng D. obser vatio nal learn ing
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E. all of these 2. Attitudes formed through an association between an object or person and a pleasant or unpleasant event can best be described as: A. oper ant cond itioni ng B. class ical cond itioni ng C. mod eling
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D. obser vatio nal learn ing E. speci ficity 3. Katie is unsure if she likes a new dress she finds at a local department store. However, after returning to the store and trying it on several times, she decides that she really does like the dress. Her positive attitude towards the dress may be a function of: A. oper ant cond itioni ng B. subli mina l pers uasio n
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C. the mere expo sure effec t D. obser vatio nal learn ing E. socia l norm s 4. Daniel, a student in high school, has developed a favorable attitude toward smoking. His friends often will not hang out with him unless he joins in when they are smoking. Daniel's positive attitude toward smoking likely formed through which of the following? A. oper ant cond itioni ng
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B. class ical cond itioni ng C. mere expo sure D. subli mina l primi ng E. none of these 5. Modeling is argued to be most effective at leading to attitude formation under what circumstance?
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A. when it is done by some one who is very old B. whe n it is done by some one who is very youn g
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C. when it is done by some one who has very diffe rent value s and life expe rienc es than you D. when it is done by some one who is very simil ar to you
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E. whe n it is done by peop le outsi de of your socia l grou p 6. LaPiere (1934) conducted a study showing that despite serving a Chinese couple, many restaurants and hotels indicated that they would not accept Chinese patrons. This classic study is often taken as evidence that: A. attitu des alwa ys predi ct beha vior
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B. attitu
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2011 for the course PSYCH 220 taught by Professor Heizen during the Spring '11 term at WPUNJ.

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Chapter 6 Exam - 100(20 out of 20 correct 1 Which of the following have been identified as ways in which people acquire attitudes A infor mati on B

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