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Social psychology, right answer and reason why it's right

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Linda believes that in this world good people are rewarded and bad people are punished. Because of this, she
doesn't believe in government supported welfare programs like food stamps, because she believes that the
people that receive welfare did something to create that situation for themselves. This is an example of
The just world phenomenon
b. A defensive attribution
C. An internal attribution
d. Both A and B

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oanna is taking an abnormal psychology class. As she is walking home from school one day, she passes
someone that looks like he is talking to himself. Joanna is more likely to assume that the stranger is mentally ill
based on what concept?
a. Schema
b. Priming
C. Base rate information
d
None of the above
When we look to our own schemas to process information and make inferences about something, this is
a. An intentional thought process
A controlled thought process
C. A nonconscious thought process
d. An effortful thought process
Whenever Stephanie hears the word "teacher" and she immediately thinks of desks, chairs, glasses, women,
grades, and books. All of the words that come to mind are probably part of Stephanie's
for
"teachers".
a. Heuristic
b. Schema
C. Representative heuristic
All of the above
Megan's high school German teacher was originally from Munich, Germany. When Megan goes to college and
signs up for another German course, she is very surprised to discover that her instructor was born and raised in
America. Megan's surprise is most likely because she was using
to make assumptions about her
instructor.
a.
Base rate information
b. Availability heuristic
C. A schema
d. Priming

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c. Case study, dece
d. Meta-analysis; volunteerism
Matthew is trying to research a historical event by looking up and compiling new paper articles about that
particular event. The type of research Matthew is conducting is
Archival
b. Correlational
c. Descriptive
d. Both A and C
If a researcher finds a strong negative correlation between students' GPA and the amount of alcohol they
consume, what can that researcher conclude from the study?
a. Students with a high GPA probably have less time to drink.
If you know how much alcohol a student drinks, you can predict that student's GPA fairly well.
Drinking interferes with studying.
d. The higher a student's GPA, the more likely it is that the student drinks.
When we perform well, we typically attribute our success to
a
internal characteristics
b. our group of colleagues
c. external circumstances
d. our personality type
ofessor X wants to determine if a painful consequence of texting while driving will result in a change

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3.
Social psychology is intended to examine the individual in reference to
a. Biology
b. Other people
c. Cross-cultural populations
All of the above
We might be more likely to blame the situation for a person's behavior when that person is
a. A superior
b. A stranger
c. Ourselves
d. An acquaintance
The "Wall Street/Community Game" in which people played the game differently depending on the name,
emonstrated the power of
a. Personality traits
Upbringing
The situation
d. Socioeconomic status
at is true about the field of social psychology?
It

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