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Question 23Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionAccording to social comparison theory, Answerthere are numerous objective standards for comparing oneself to others. people have a low need to compare their achievements, actions, and views to those of others. group membership provides the primary means for comparing oneself to others. comparison to others does not occur on a regular basis. Add Question Here Question 24Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionFelisia finishes her psychology test and goes outside and joins a group of students who are discussing the test. Felisia asks the group, "Didn't you think those last four questions were hard? Did the teacher go over that material?" The other students agree with Felisia that the questions were extremely difficult thus giving Felisia an idea of how her opinion "stacks" up to the opinions of others. This illustrates Felisia's use of Add Question Here Question 25Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionMeaningful evaluations are based on comparing oneself with people who are Add Question Here Question 26Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove
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QuestionSocial comparison theory holds that we most often compare ourselves to people Add Question Here Question 27Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionRegarding social comparisons, which of the following statements is FALSE? AnswerPeople make meaningful evaluations by comparing themselves to others who are similar to them. You may reach different conclusions about your actions and motives, depending upon whom you compare yourself to. Social comparisons influence which groups we join. If you are good at a particular skill, then it does not matter who is in the comparison group. Add Question Here Question 28Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionEddie goes to his 20thclass reunion. He wonders as he is about to enter the ballroom how he will measure up to his classmates. Are they more successful than he is? Are a lot of them divorced like he is? Eddie is illustrating Add Question Here
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