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PSY 2012 Quiz 15 - Quiz 15 1 Asch's experiment with...

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Quiz 15 1. Asch's experiment with guessing the length of lines demonstrates what? A) the way our romantic partners change our perceptions B) that conforming to the group often has more power than trusting our own perceptions C) that people are willing to be cruel if the group agrees it's OK D) the power exerted by reference groups, made up of people we admire as role models 2. When people in groups tend to think the same way, without adequate concern for dissenting voices or  actual facts, what does the book call this process? A) group polarization B) group-think C) normative social influence D) political adaptation 3. What do we mean by the "fundamental attribution error?" (I'm looking for the book definition, not common  sense.) A) We think we know why people do what they do. B) We attribute good motives to our own in-group.  C) We attribute power to people who seem to be in authority.
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