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13)Long-term studies of New Zealand children revealed that A.“bad genes” cause aggressive behavior.B.“bad environments” cause aggressive behavior.C.neither genes nor environment is responsible for aggressive behavior. D.the interaction of genes and the environment can cause aggressive behavior.
14)Arthur did not work very hard on his last class essay assignment, so he was relieved at first to find that he had gotten a C. But when he learned that most of his classmates had gotten Bs and As, he felt unhappy and angry about his grade. Arthur’s experience is best explained in terms of
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Exam 3 (Ch. 9-12)3 Marc D. Kinon, Ph.D. Psychology 382 (Spring 2013) 15)According to the social learning theory, whether we act aggressively depends on
16)In an experiment conducted by Griffitt (1970), students who answered questionnaires while they were _______ reported feeling more tired and aggressive, and expressed more hostility toward a stranger than did participants in a control group.
17)Berkowitz and LePage (1967) found that frustrated men delivered more shocks when A.guns happened to be in the room. B.badminton racquets happened to be in the room. C.they had just received a shot that lowered their serotonin levels. D.they were initially depressed.
18)“Watching violence on television gives people a harmless opportunity to vent their aggression.” This statement is most clearly consistent with the _______ hypothesis.
19)Research confirms that groups
20)The near consensus among social psychologists is that
21)You feel obligated to vote in the next election, especially because you are usually the first one to complain about the incumbent president. However, you have not had the time to research the positions taken by the candidates. Social psychologists would confidently predict that you are likely to choose the candidate A.whom you find physically attractive. B.whose name you have heard most often. C.who resembles someone you know. D.who resembles someone you like.
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