5 . What would be the major product of the
dehydrohalogenation of 2-chloropentane by
6 . What would be the major product of the
dehydrohalogenation of 3-chloropentane by
1. Social psychology is different from sociology in that sociology studies social systems as a
whole, whereas social psychology emphasizes the person within the system. It studies
how individuals think, feel, and behave in a social c
1 . Which ketone will show a carbonyl absorption
at the lowest frequency (cm“) in the infrared?
2 . Which compound is consistent with this IR
1 . Which base should be
used to quantitatively ,0!
convert this CH3CH2CN(CH3)2
into its enolate ion?
(A) 9 , (B) LiOCHZCH3
(C) LiN[CH(CH3)2}2 (D) LiOH
2 . Which sets of hydrogen atoms in this
compound will underg
Free-Radical Substitutions and Additions
Knowledge Required: (1) Recognition of various types of polymerization reactions. (2) Difference between
addition polymers and condensation polymers.
. Thinking it Through: It is important to remember that there
Acids and Bases
1 . Which structure
conesponds to the
predominant form of this
molecuie near pH 7?
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3 . Which carboxylate is the strongest base?
3 . Which compound is
6 . What is the
(EH,2-dichloro-2-pentene? IUPAC name for
(A) CH3CH2 [CHZCI this compound?
(B) CH3CH2 [C1 (A) N—(4-bromopheny1)ethananﬁde
,C=C\ (B) p-bromobenzyle
Nucleophilic Addition at Carbonyl Groups
1 . The reaction shown is classiﬁed as
(A) a nucleophilic substitution.
(B) an electrophilic substitution.
(C) a nucleophilic addition.
v (D) an electrophilic addition.
2 . In which of these re
SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY STUDY GUIDE - EXAM #3
CHAPTER 6 - ATTITUDES AND ATTITUDE CHANGE
What is the tricomponent approach to the definition of an attitude?
What is the more standard approach to defining attitudes (e.g., affect only)?
How are attitudes measured?
WELCOME TO SOCIAL
A Introduction to
Topics, History, and Trends
What is Social Psychology
and Why is it Important?
* How do we form our sense of self?
* Why do we like some people and not others?
EXAM #1 STUDY GUIDE - SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
The first exam will cover material from Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4
and 5, including textbook and lecture material.
CHAPTERS 1 AND 2: INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL PSYCH/RESEARCH METHODS
Define social psychology. What are the diff
STUDY GUIDE - SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY EXAM #2
ATTRACTION AND RELATIONSHIPS
How do the need for affiliation and intimacy affect a
person's interpersonal behavior?
Describe the "what is beautiful is good" stereotype, and
discuss the presence or lack of research s
Stereotypes, Prejudice, and
Why are we s5ll grappling with these issues?
Where do the various isms come from?
Is change possible, and if so, how?
The Nature of the Beast
Many years aHer t