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Ingroup bias is a a tendency to self enhance on

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12. Ingroup bias is: A) a tendency to self-enhance on traits associated with our group identity. B) the need to reduce uncertainty. C) the efforts groups use to resist change. D) a tendency to favor groups we belong to over those we don't.
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13. Yusef is a soccer player who tends to want to be around other soccer players. He would much rather be around others who play soccer than others who play a different sport. This is an example of: 14. When people are reminded of their mortality, they exhibit: 15. People who are reminded of their death tend to do all of the following EXCEPT which one? 16. Social dilemmas result when people have to: A) weigh their own self-interest against a larger goal. B) choose between two groups. C) choose between two uncertain goals. D) decide between their own self-interest and the self-interest of their partner. 17. The Prisoner's Dilemma is an example of: 18. At the center of the Prisoner's Dilemma is:
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19. Majed is playing a “game” against Rejan, and he has to choose an option without knowing what Rejan will choose. Majed must choose how much money he will contribute to a common pot instead of putting it in his own account, when having X amount in the common pot will benefit both him and Rejan. This situation is called a(n): 20. _____ is at the heart of making cooperation succeed. A) Success B) Trust C) Healthy completion D) Risky behavior 21. The commons dilemma involves: 22. Hina says that she is just using a little water for her lawn and it won't violate the drought ban too much. This is an example of the: 23. In distribution games, people tend to:
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