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The Final Exam will include questions  covering two kinds of material 1) Mostly, comprehensive coverage of the entire course (meaning Chapters 1-12 and 14, and corresponding lectures). 2) But also, material from the last three units (meaning chapters 8 and 14, and corresponding lectures, and also my lecture on social dilemmas).
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The comprehensive questions will be of two  types: 1) Review questions over some of the most important material from each unit. 2) Integrative questions that tie together, or draw on, several different units.
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An example of an integrative question: The concept of arousal is central to all of these theories EXCEPT: a) Behaviorist learning theory b) Zajonc theory of social facilitation c) Festinger’s dissonance theory d) The theory of excitation transfer
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An example of an integrative question: What do attitude measurement and counting jelly beans in a jar have in common? a) Both derive from learning theory. b) Both are essentially intuitive guesses. c) Both reflect the perceptiveness of the person doing the measuring. d) Both are improved by averaging larger numbers of observations.
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2011 for the course ECON 252 taught by Professor Robertholand during the Spring '08 term at Purdue.

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