Chapter 12 Exam - 100(20 out of 20 correct 1 Research on...

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100% (20 out of 20 correct) 1. Research on attractiveness suggests that individuals across cultures consider _____________to be attractive. A. prom inent chins B. thin eyeb rows C. thick eyeb rows D. asym metr y E. smal l eyes
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2. People who are physically attractive experience benefits such as ____________ . bigg er raise s high er starti ng salar ies great er likeli hood of bein g hired for a job
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lowe r bail and small er fines if accu sed of a crim e all of these 3. Research suggests that which of the following statements about attractive people is true? 1. attractive people are more anxious 2. attractive people are more sexually experienced 3. attractive people are more lonely 4. attractive people are more socially engaging and friendly in person but not on the phone 1 2
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3 4 both 2 and 4 4. Research shows that men emphasize ___________ in a dating partner while women emphasize ____________. physi cal attra ctive ness; traits that signi fy resou rces (e.g., wealt h)
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traits that signi fy reso urces (e.g., weal th) ; phys ical attra ctive ness intell igenc e; physi cal attra ctive ness wealt h; physi cal attra ctive ness
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older age; weal th 5. Which type of psychologist would argue that men and women develop different mate preferences because these preferences maximize their reproductive success? A. a evol ution ary psyc holo gist B. a pers onali ty psyc holo gist
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C. a beha viora l psyc holo gist D. a socia l psyc holo gist E.
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