32. Vicki made an appointment with her professor to talk about social psychology. On the day of the appointment, Vicki got into a car accident and missed the appointment. When Vicki does not show up, her professor assumes that she is irresponsible and not that interested in the class. The hypothesis from lecture that best explains why her professor feels this way is: a. People want to be accurate, consistent, and authen9c. b. Situa1ons are o_en invisible.
c. It is amazing that we are as accurate as we are about why people do what they do and what kind of people they are. d. People want to be liked and have a need to belong 33. You are walking home from a party on Saturday night when a friendly Mar9an crosses your path. Normally you would be frightened, but because it’s 2 AM on a Saturday, you feel confident and strike up a conversa9on. The Mar9an men9ons that he’s thirsty and wants to know what kind of soda most Earthlings prefer. You immediately think that Pepsi is the best choice. However, wan9ng to be fair, you also imagine the preferences of a large sample of other people, most of whom would also prefer Pepsi. Therefore, you conclude that Pepsi is clearly superior to Coke, and you tell your new friend to buy himself a cool, refreshing Pepsi. Your thought process is an example of: 34. In the book Being Wrong, Schulz discusses the Sally Ann task, commonly used to test young children’s cogni9ve development. Which of the following is the Sally Ann task meant to assess: 35. Jus9n Bieber discovered one baby hair that stuck out of place, and no amount of hair-gel could ﬂaMen it. He was worried that this faux pas in his luscious locks would disappoint all the teenage girls at his sold-out concert the next day, so he cancelled it. Bieber’s behavior best exemplifies: 36. Tom is distressed because he just learned about automa9city in his social psych class and corresponding automa9c errors he is likely to commit as a result. What else should Tom have learned that might ease his distress? a. automa9city is not very common among humans because of their advanced cogni9ve capacity b. automa1city can be adap1ve as well as maladap1ve
c. automa9c processes are rather easily brought under cogni9ve control d. all of the above