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Answer True False Add Question Here Question 56 True/False 0 points Modify Remove Question When looking at the concept of “race,” it is impossible to biologically determine a given person’s race. Answer True False Add Question Here Question 57 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question Any behavior that has a negative impact on other people is referred to as ____________________ behavior. Answer antisocial Add Question Here Question 58 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question The need for ____________________ is based on the basic human desires for approval, support, friendship, and information as well as a desire to alleviate fear and anxiety. Answer affiliation Add Question Here Question 59 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question Rebecca feels that her history professor is making the class more difficult than it needs to be, so she calls a classmate to get his opinion. Rebecca has engaged in ____________________. Answer social comparison Add Question Here Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove
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Question 60 Question The fact that physically attractive people also tend to be rated more highly on traits, such as intelligence and honesty is an example of the ____________________ effect. Answer halo Add Question Here Question 61 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question ____________________ refers to the tendency we have to marry someone who is similar to us in almost every way. Answer Homogamy Add Question Here Question 62 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question In social psychology, the process of revealing private thoughts, feelings, and one's personal history to others is known as ____________________. Answer self-disclosure self disclosure Add Question Here Question 63 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question The fact that we tend to remain in relationships only as long as the rewards outweigh the effort and irritation they cause is explained by the ____________________ theory. Answer social exchange Add Question Here Question 64 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question According to Sternberg, the form of love that is more common among couples who have been together a long time and includes only the elements of intimacy and commitment is ____________________ love. Answer companionate Add Question Here Question 65 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question With regard to romantic love, the nearly exclusive attention lovers give to one another is called ____________________. Answer mutual absorption Add Question Here Question 66 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question People with a(n) ____________________ attachment style find it relatively easy to get close to others; and they are comfortable depending on others and having others depend on them. Answer secure Add Question Here Question 67 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question According to David Buss’s theory, mating preferences were developed in response to differing ____________________ challenges of men and women.
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