Chapter 4 Exam

Chapter 4 Exam - 100% (20 out of 20 correct) 1. The...

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100% (20 out of 20 correct) 1. The correspondent inference theory proposes that which of the following factor(s) influences the extent to which you attribute a behavior to the person as opposed to the situation? 1. whether someone has the choice to engage in the action 2. whether the person's behavior or attitude is distinct 3. whether the person's behavior or attitude is consistent 4. whether the behavior is expected based on the social role or circumstance A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4 E. both 1 and 4 2. According to the correspondent inference theory, we are more likely to see people's behavior as caused by their traits under which conditions?
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A. when the beha vior is consi stent, freel y chos en, and has clear nonc omm on effec ts B. whe n the beha vior is consi stent , freel y chos en, and disti nct
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C. when the beha vior is disti nct, freel y chos en and has clear nonc omm on effec ts
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D. when the beha vior is freel y chos en, not a funct ion of situat ional expe ctati ons, and has clear nonc omm on effec ts E. whe n there is cons ensu s 3. You learn that a student in your class scored perfectly on the first social psychology exam. You decide that this person must be very intelligent. What type of attribution are you making?
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A. exter nal B. situa tiona l C. inter nal D. a com binat ion of inter nal and exter nal
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E. both exter nal and situa tiona l 4. According to Kelly's covariaton theory, if the consensus, distinctiveness, and consistency of a person's behavior and/or attitude are all high, what type of attribution are you likely to make? A. inter nal B. disp ositi onal C. perso nal D. situat ional
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both inter nal and disp ositi onal 5. Jane and Joe both failed their biology exam. Research on gender differences in attribution suggests that you might attribute Jane's poor performance to her_____________ while you might attribute Joe's poor performance to his____________. A.
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Chapter 4 Exam - 100% (20 out of 20 correct) 1. The...

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