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1 Which of the following is an example of a primary group? a. family b. teammates c. friends d. teacher and student status: not answered () correct: a your answer: 2 Expressive needs are best served by one's: a. primary group. b. reference group. c. secondary group. d. out-group. status: not answered () correct: a your answer: 3 All of the following are examples of instrumental needs, except: a. winning baseball games. b. earning a living. c. social approval. d. reelection. status: not answered () correct: c your answer: 4 The concept of in- and out-groups was originally elaborated by: a. G. H. Mead. b. W. I. Thomas. c. T. Pettigrew. d. C. H. Cooley. status: not answered () correct: b your answer:
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5 ________ used the term attribution error to describe the errors made in attributing causes for people's behavior to their membership in a particular group, such as a racial group. a. Louis Wirth b. Thomas F. Pettigrew c. Jurgen Habermas d. Peter Berger status: not answered () correct: b your answer: 6 In a classic study known as the Asch Conformity Experiment, Solomon Asch showed that: a. most people conform when an authority figure demands obedience. b. simple facts cannot withstand the distorting pressure of group influence. c. most people would proclaim their willingness to aid a stranger in need. d. significant gender difference is evident in patterns of conformity. status: not answered () correct: b your answer: 7 Which of the following statements is true regarding the Milgram obedience studies? a. Women were found to be more humane than men. b. When the learner complained of a heart condition, less than 10 percent of the subjects delivered the maximum shock level.
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