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Social_Psychology - Introduction to Social Psychology Book...

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Introduction to Social Psychology: Book Component Study Guide – True / False _____ 1. Informed consent involves withholding some information about an experiment until after the subject has agreed to participate. _____ 2. Although necessary, debriefing does not reduce the potential dangers of deception. _____ 3. Research participants who have been deceived tend to be somewhat more suspicious about what researchers tell them during an experiment for several months after participating in deceptive research. _____ 4. Social psychology is the scientific field that seeks to understand the nature and causes of group behavior. _____ 5. How we think about others (social thought) and how we behave around others (social behavior) are two distinct areas of psychological research. _____ 6. Cultural differences are relatively unimportant in social psychological research because people from different cultures usually react in much the same way in most social situations.
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