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32.After a big win, college students overturned cars and set fires in the street. A few studentswere apprehended, and these students did not feel responsible for their behavior because many others also participated. The thought process of the students illustrates the phenomenon of:A)heuristic persuasion.B)deindividuation.C)cognitive dissonance.D)diffusion of responsibility.
33.As the ratio of mob members to victims _____, the level of atrocity directed at the victims _____.
34.Behavior that benefits another without benefiting oneself is called:
35.The bird who gives an “alarm call” upon seeing a predator and thereby puts itself at a greater risk of being eaten is engaging in:
36.On September 11, 2001, people headed into the burning buildings to try to rescue people they did not know. This is an example of:A)altruism.B)reciprocal altruism.
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C)companionate love.D)normative influence.
37.Which action BEST illustrates altruism?
38.Behavior that benefits another with the expectation that those benefits will be returned in the future is called:
39.“You scratch my back and I'll scratch yours” illustrates the principle of:
40._____ is best described as cooperation extended over time.A)Social cognitionB)Reciprocal altruismC)Kin selectionD)Obedience
41.In choosing sexual and reproductive partners:
42.In one study, an attractive person approached opposite-sex strangers on a college campus and asked, “Would you go out with me tonight?” What was the outcome?
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