Final Review

Final Review - Final Review 1. What do you predict will be...

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Unformatted text preview: Final Review 1. What do you predict will be the most likely attitudes of girls whose mothers hold gender stereotypic attitudes? A. They will absorb these attitudes and attribute their own successes in male domains to luck. B. They will rebel against these attitudes and be more likely to move into male dominated fields. C. They will tend to take extra pride in their success in male dominated fields. D. They will show similar attitudes to those whose mothers do not hold gender stereotypic attitudes. 2. Your professor creates two groups in the classroom in random fashion. For each person in the class he reaches into a bag and pulls out either a red or blue chip thus creating a “red team” and a “blue team”. You happen to be a member of the red team. How are you likely to treat members of the blue team? A. Award them less money. B. Perceive them as more similar to each other than your own diverse red team. C. Like them less than members of your own team. D. All of the above. 3. In her research, Devine makes a distinction between: A. Informational and normative social influence. B. Reasoned action and reaction. C. Automatic and controlled processing of stereotypes. D. Internal and external expression of attitudes. 4. The central premise of realistic group conflict theory is that: A. Prejudice emerges when groups compete for limited resources. B. Prejudice is a natural byproduct of our limited cognitive resources and the way we process information. C. People will come to behave the way we treat them. D. Fear of confirming a stereotype affects our behavior. 5. Which of the following is NOT a condition for successful use of contact to reduce prejudice?...
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2012 for the course PSYCH 6 taught by Professor Devers during the Spring '12 term at UCSD.

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