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89 .   The tendency to overestimate the extent to which members of stereotyped groups possess attributes and perform behaviors consistent with the group stereotype results from
a. subtyping .
b. illusory correlations .
c. stereotype threat .
d. ingroup favoritism .
90 .   Subtyping is least likely when confronted with a group member who
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91 .   The fundamental attribution error may promote stereotypes because
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92 .   Paloma thinks that all gay men have a superior fashion sense . She knows that her chemistry professor is gay , and notices that he is not a particularly snappy dresser . She rationalizes this by saying , “ Well , he ’s a gay professor —they do n’t know how to dress that well . ” This is an example of how
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93 .   Forming subtypes for individuals who do not conform to a group stereotype
a. makes it easier to change the content of the stereotype .
b. serves to protect the stereotype from change .
c. prevents the stereotype from being applied to other group members .
d. has the greatest impact on atypical group members .
Answer:  b.   serves to protect the stereotype from change .
94 .   You think all professors are uncoordinated , but then you see your social psychology professor make a diving catch down the left - field line at an intramural softball game against the Arts Department team . You also notice that your professor hits lead - off for the team and is able to score from second base on a ground - out . You maintain your original stereotype of professors as uncoordinated by deciding that this one individual is an exception to the rule because he is a “ young professor . ” This is an example of
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95 .   A method of presenting material so faintly and rapidly that people do not have any conscious awareness of having been exposed to it is called _____ presentation .
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96 .   Which of the following was not an argument of Devine ’s ( 1989 ) early work on the automatic activation of stereotypes ?
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97 .   Which of the following has been demonstrated in research on the automatic nature of stereotypes ?
a . Exposure to stereotype content influences subsequent judgments for both high and low prejudiced individuals .
b . Exposure to category labels influences subsequent judgments for both high and low prejudiced individuals .
c . Automatic activation effects are less likely to occur if self - esteem is threatened .
d . Stereotypes influence subsequent judgment only when people are aware that the stereotype has been activated .
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92. Paloma thinks that all gay men have a superior fashion sense. She knows that her chemistry professor is gay, and notices that he is not a particularly snappy dresser. She rationalizes this by saying, “Well, he’s a gay professor —they don’t know how to dress that well.” This is an example of how a. subtyping can lead to stereotype perpetuation. b. social identity can influence stereotyping. c. intergroup contact can alter stereotype exceptions. d. social categorization can color stereotype formation. ANS: A
REF: Causes of the Problem: Intergroup, Motivational, Cognitive, and Cultural Factors OBJ: 13 KEY: Applied 93. Forming subtypes for individuals who do not conform to a group stereotype
REF: Causes of the Problem: Intergroup, Motivational, Cognitive, and Cultural Factors OBJ: 13 KEY: Conceptual
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94. You think all professors are uncoordinated, but then you see your social psychology professor make a diving catch down the left-field line at an intramural softball game against the Arts Department team. You also notice that your professor hits lead-off for the team and is able to score from second base on a ground-out. You maintain your original stereotype of professors as uncoordinated by deciding that this one individual is an exception to the rule because he is a “young professor.” This is an example of
REF: Causes of the Problem: Intergroup, Motivational, Cognitive, and Cultural Factors OBJ: 13 KEY: Applied 95. A method of presenting material so faintly and rapidly that people do not have any conscious awareness of having been exposed to it is called _____ presentation.
REF: Causes of the Problem: Intergroup, Motivational, Cognitive, and Cultural Factors OBJ: 14 KEY: Factual NOT: New 96. Which of the following was not an argument of Devine’s (1989) early work on the automatic activation of stereotypes? a. Exposure to a member of a stereotyped group is sufficient to activate the stereotype. b. Stereotype activation is automatic, but stereotypes cannot influence judgments without conscious intent. c. Exposure to some content of the stereotype will activate the general stereotype. d. Automatic stereotype activation biases subsequent judgments in the direction of the activated stereotype. ANS: B
REF: Causes of the Problem: Intergroup, Motivational, Cognitive, and Cultural Factors OBJ: 14 KEY: Factual

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