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1 l This game is made available to any faculty who wish to use it. Please give creation credit to Lynn Thigpen and Gail Knapp, Mott Community College

2 “Who Wants to earn Loads of Extra Credit?” An extra credit game for social psychology

3 The Rules l The selection question will be given to the whole class. Anyone answering correctly within the time limit gets one point. l The first person with the correct answer becomes the contestant.

4 Contestant Rules l You have one chance to answer each question. l You may use each lifeline one time: 50/50; Check notes; ask class l If you miss the question, you lose half the points you have earned in this round. l If you decide to quit, there is no penalty.

5 Question One Question Two Question three Question four Question five Question six Question seven Question eight Question nine Question ten Selection Questions

6 Question One Question Two Question three Question four Question five Question six Question seven Question eight Question nine Question ten One Point Questions

7 Question One Question Two Question three Question four Question five Question six Question seven Question eight Question nine Question ten Two Point Questions

8 Question One Question Two Question three Question four Question five Question six Question seven Question eight Question nine Question ten Four Point Questions

9 Question One Question Two Question three Question four Question five Question six Question seven Question eight Question nine Question ten Eight Point Questions

10 SELECTION QUESTION #1 1. Social exchange theory 2. Individualist culture 3. Collectivist cultures 4. University housing study 5. Taste-test study 6. Painful shock study 7. Telephone Conversation study 8. Physical attractiveness 9. Scarce Food Supply 10. Universal standard of beauty A.Symmetry B.Preference for ample figure C.Rewards and costs D.Few friends with lifelong bonds E.Higher needs for affiliation F.Self-fulfilling prophecy G.Anxiety H.Familiarity I.Proximity J.Increased salary and job success

11 Selection Question #1- Answers 1. Social exchange theory-C.Rewards and costs 2. Individualist culture-E. Higher needs for affiliation 3. Collectivist cultures-D. Few friends with lifelong bonds 4. University housing study-I. Self-fulfilling prophecy 5. Taste-test study- H. Anxiety 6. Painful shock studyG. Familiarity 7. Telephone Conversation study F. Proximity 8. Physical attractivenessJ. Increased salary and job success 9. Scarce Food Supply-B. Preference for ample figure 10. Universal standard of beauty A. Symmetry

12 Selection Question #2 1. Female standard 2. Male standard 3. Focus on standards of attractiveness 4. Viewed together with attractive person 5. Viewed right after attractive person 6. Opposites attract 7. Social anxiety 8. loneliness A.Immature features B.Mature features C.Contrast effect D.Radiance effect E.Decreases in body esteem over time F.Unsatisfying network of social relationships G.Complementarity of needs H.Concern about interpersonal evaluation

13 Selection Question #2- Answers 1. Female standard 2. Male standard 3. Focus on standards of attractiveness 4. Viewed together with attractive person 5. Viewed right after attractive person 6. Opposites attract 7. Social anxiety 8. loneliness A- Immature features B-Mature features E-Decreases in body esteem over time D-Radiance effect C- Contrast effect G. Complementarity of needs H. Concern about interpersonal evaluation F. Unsatisfying network of social relationships

14 Selection Question #3 1. Side-by-side 2. Face-to-face 3. Attribution process 4. Secure attachment 5. Anxious-ambivalent attachment 6. Exchange relationships 7. Self-disclosure 8. Overbenefitted partner A.Actor-observer effect decreases B.Balance of rewards and costs C.Sensitive and responsive caregivers D.Inconsistent and overbearing caregivers E.Norm of reciprocity F.Women G.Men H.Guilt

15 Selection Question #3- Answers 1. Side-by-side 2. Face-to-face 3. Attribution process 4. Secure attachment 5. Anxious-ambivalent attachment 6. Exchange relationships 7. Self-disclosure 8. Overbenefitted partner G-Men F-Women A-Actor-observer effect decreases C-Sensitive and responsive caregivers D-Inconsistent and overbearing caregivers B-Balance of rewards and costs E-Norm of reciprocity H-Guilt

16 Selection Question #4 1. Suspension bridge 2. Partner-enhancing bias 3. Infatuation 4. Pragma 5. Storge 6. Signals of attraction 7. Fatuous love A.Friendship love B.Friendship + game playing C.Attractive assistant D.Positive illusions E.Nonverbal behavior F.Passion only G.Passion and commitment without intimacy

17 Selection Question #4- Answers 1. Suspension bridge 2. Partner-enhancing bias 3. Infatuation 4. Pragma 5. Storge 6. Signals of attraction 7. Fatuous love C-Attractive assistant D-Positive illusions F-Passion only B-Friendship + game playing A-Friendship love E-Nonverbal behavior G-Passion and commitment without intimacy

18 Selection Question #5 1. Egoistic helping 2. Altruistic helping 3. Men in general 4. Women in general 5. Kin selection 6. Reciprocal helping 7. Social responsibility 8. Social justice A.Help a stranger in a dangerous situation B.Goal is to increase another’s welfare C.Help provide long-term care to an elderly relative D.Want something in return E.Aims to ensure survival of gene pool F.Help those who need help G.Help those who deserve help. H.Social grooming, for example

19 Selection Question #5- Answers 1. Egoistic helping 2. Altruistic helping 3. Men in general 4. Women in general 5. Kin selection 6. Reciprocal helping 7. Social responsibility 8. Social justice D. Want something in return B. Goal is to increase another’s welfare A. Help a stranger in a dangerous situation C. Help provide long-term care to an elderly relative E. Aims to ensure survival of gene pool H. Social grooming, for example F. Help those who need help G. Help those who deserve help.

20 Selection Question #6 1. Instrumental 2. Hostile 3. Women’s views of aggression 4. Men’s views of aggression 5. Instinct theory 6. Evolutionary theory 7. Bandura 8. Bobo doll A.Directed toward a goal B.Observational learning C.Social learning theory D.Gene pool survival E.Individual survival F.Loss of self-control G.Triggered by anger H.Reclaiming power and self- esteem

21 Selection Question #6- Answers 1. Instrumental 2. Hostile 3. Women’s views of aggression 4. Men’s views of aggression 5. Instinct theory 6. Evolutionary theory 7. Bandura 8. Bobo doll A. Directed toward a goal G. Triggered by anger F. Loss of self-control H. Reclaiming power and self- esteem E. Individual survival D. Gene pool survival C. Social learning theory B. Observational learning

22 Selection Question #7 1. Basking in reflected glory 2. Desire for internal consistency 3. Flexible thinking strategies 4. Attitudes formed through peripheral route 5. Attitudes formed through central route 6. Foot-in-the-door 7. Social exchange theory 8. Social comparison theory A.“Houses made from straw or sticks.” B.“Houses made from bricks” C.Seek those who make you feel good D.May help explain Milgram studies E.May lead to faulty impressions of others F.Others are part of your self- concept G.Prevent cognitive “overload” but may produce errors H.Seek those against whom you can compare yourself

23 Selection Question #7 - Answers 1. Basking in reflected glory 2. Desire for internal consistency 3. Flexible thinking strategies 4. Attitudes formed through peripheral route 5. Attitudes formed through central route 6. Foot-in-the-door 7. Social exchange theory 8. Social comparison theory F. Others are part of your self- concept E. May lead to faulty impressions of others G. Prevent cognitive “overload” but may produce errors A.“Houses made from straw or sticks.” B. “Houses made from bricks” D. May help explain Milgram studies C. Seek those who make you feel good H. Seek those against whom you can compare yourself

24 Selection Question #8 1. Batson 2. Darley and Latane 3. Piliavin 4. “White smoke” study 5. “Seizure” study 6. First step in bystander intervention 7. Third step in bystander intervention A.Notice something unusual is happening B.Decide you have responsibility to help C.Audience-inhibition effect D.Diffusion of responsibility E.Bystander intervention model F.Arousal: cost-reward model G.True altruism

25 Selection Question #8- Answers 1. Batson 2. Darley and Latane 3. Piliavin 4. “White smoke” study 5. “Seizure” study 6. First step in bystander intervention 7. Third step in bystander intervention G. True altruism E. Bystander intervention model F. Arousal: cost-reward model C. Audience-inhibition effect D. Diffusion of responsibility A. Notice something unusual is happening B. Decide you have responsibility to help

26 Selection Question #9 l What are the four steps in the most effective systematic desensitization according to the textbook?

27 Selection Question #9- Answers l Relaxation l Stimulus Hierarchy l Exposure l In vivo exposure

28 Selection Question #10 l What is the eclectic approach to therapy?

29 Selection Question #10- Answers l Combining and using techniques from many different therapeutic approaches.

30 One Point Question #1 l Which statement MOST accurately reflects the core concept of social exchange theory? A - Individuals affiliate with those who provide maximum reward for minimal interpersonal cost. B - Individuals affiliate as an expression of very basic, genetically determined primate motivations. C - Individuals affiliate to exchange information. D - Individuals affiliate as a socially acceptable expression of a basic need for intimacy.

31 One Point Question #1- answer l Which statement MOST accurately reflects the core concept of social exchange theory? A - Individuals affiliate with those who provide maximum reward for minimal interpersonal cost. B - Individuals affiliate as an expression of very basic, genetically determined primate motivations. C - Individuals affiliate to exchange information. D - Individuals affiliate as a socially acceptable expression of a basic need for intimacy.

32 One Point Question #2 l Proximity is a good predictor of A - who our friends are B - our level of need for affiliation C - the quality and quantity of our social relationships D - our level of social anxiety

33 One Point Question #2- answer l Proximity is a good predictor of A -who our friends are B - our level of need for affiliation C - the quality and quantity of our social relationships D - our level of social anxiety

34 One Point Question #3 A - Agoraphobia B - A specific phobia C - taijin kysfusho D - offensive-compulsive behavior l Aaron is very good looking. What are people likely to believe about him? A - He is socially inept and probably lonely. B - He has been used by others for status. C - He is unaware of his attractiveness. D - He has many other desirable qualities.

35 One Point Question #3- answer A - Agoraphobia B - A specific phobia C - taijin kysfusho D - offensive-compulsive behavior l Aaron is very good looking. What are people likely to believe about him? A - He is socially inept and probably lonely. B - He has been used by others for status. C - He is unaware of his attractiveness. D - He has many other desirable qualities

36 One Point Question #4 l Which of the following is NOT typical of immature facial features? A - Large eyes B - small nose C - Large pupils D - thin lips

37 One Point Question #4- answer l Which of the following is NOT typical of immature facial features? A - Large eyes B - small nose C - Large pupils D - thin lips

38 One Point Question #5 l Which of the following is social physique anxiety strongly associated with? A - androgyny B - social anxiety C - traditional gender role orientation D - homosexual orientation

39 One Point Question #5- answer l Which of the following is social physique anxiety strongly associated with? A - androgyny B - social anxiety C - traditional gender role orientation D - homosexual orientation

40 One Point Question #6 l Harry and Bob are good friends and have similar likes and dislikes. How would Heider describe their relationship? A - reciprocal B - complementary C - balanced D - affiliative

41 One Point Question #6- answer l Harry and Bob are good friends and have similar likes and dislikes. How would Heider describe their relationship? A - reciprocal B - complementary C - balanced D - affiliative

42 One Point Question #7 l Which of the following is necessary for increasing the intimacy of a relationship? A - self-disclosure B - positive attributions C - transactive memory D - equity

43 One Point Question #7- answer l Which of the following is necessary for increasing the intimacy of a relationship? A - self-disclosure B - positive attributions C - transactive memory D - equity

44 One Point Question #8 l Any external condition that prevents a person from obtaining the pleasures s/he expected is A - catharsis B - disinhibition C - frustration D - desensitization

45 One Point Question #8- answer l Any external condition that prevents a person from obtaining the pleasures s/he expected is A - catharsis B - disinhibition C - frustration D - desensitization

46 One Point Question #9 l Which of the following has NOT been found to be related to an increased likelihood of helping? A - higher education B - finding unexpected money C - experiencing success D - a bad mood

47 One Point Question #9- answer l Which of the following has NOT been found to be related to an increased likelihood of helping? A - higher education B - finding unexpected money C - experiencing success D - a bad mood

48 One Point Question #10 l During which phase of group membership is it easiest to create the kind of social role you desire? A - socialization B - maintenance C - resocialization D - remembrance.

49 One Point Question #10- answer l During which phase of group membership is it easiest to create the kind of social role you desire? A - socialization B - maintenance C - resocialization D - remembrance

50 Two Point Question #1 l Which of the following is an area where applied social psychology is used to improve people’s lives? A - Organizations and industry B - health care C - education D - all of the above

51 Two Point Question #1- answer l Which of the following is an area where applied social psychology is used to improve people’s lives? A - Organizations and industry B - health care C - education D - all of the above

52 Two Point Question #2 l Where are most social psychologists employed? A- government B- private industry C- colleges and universities D- medical schools and clinics.

53 Two Point Question #2- answer l Where are most social psychologists employed? Agovernment B- private industry C- colleges and universities D- medical schools and clinics.

54 Two Point Question #3 l Rules of conduct that prescribe the manner in which people should generally behave are called A- Personal values B- social norms. C- social beliefs. D- cultural differences.

55 Two Point Question #3- answer l What is the key element in equity theory? A- Personal values B- social norms. C- social beliefs. D- cultural differences.

56 Two Point Question #4 l What is the key element in equity theory? A- the ratio of rewards to costs B- the absolute amount of rewards and costs. C- equal distribution among the people. D- reciprocal self-disclosure..

57 Two Point Question #4- answer l What is the key element in equity theory? A- the ratio of rewards to costs B- the absolute amount of rewards and costs. C- equal distribution among the people. D- reciprocal self-disclosure.. D.

58 Two Point Question #5 l What is the strong emotional relationship between a primate infant and its caregiver called? A- intimacy B- dependence. C- attachment. D- storge.

59 Two Point Question #5- answer l What is the strong emotional relationship between a primate infant and its caregiver called? A- intimacy B- dependence. C- attachment. D- storge.

60 Two Point Question #6 l Joan was almost as happy as her friend Mary when she won the prize. Mary was as sad as Joan when she fell during the race. Their relationship appears to have A- equity B- reciprocity C- intimacy. D- attachment.

61 Two Point Question #6- answer l Joan was almost as happy as her friend Mary when she won the prize. Mary was as sad as Joan when she fell during the race. Their relationship appears to have A- equity B- reciprocity C- intimacy. D- attachment.

62 Two Point Question #7 l Which term is out of place here? A- friendships B- random selection. C- voluntary D- mutual satisfaction.

63 Two Point Question #7- answer l Which term is out of place here? A- friendships B- random selection. C- voluntary D- mutual satisfaction.

64 Two Point Question #8 l Ramon states he finds it difficult to trust his partners; is uncomfortable in intimate relationships; and doubts he will ever find true love. His attachment style is probably A- secure B- avoidant C- anxious/ambivalent D- jealous.

65 Two Point Question #8- answer l Ramon states he finds it difficult to trust his partners; is uncomfortable in intimate relationships; and doubts he will ever find true love. His attachment style is probably A- - secure B- avoidant C- anxious/ambivalent D- jealous.

66 Two Point Question #9 l When did romantic love begin to become associated with marriage in the West? A- in the 20th century B- during the 17th and 18th centuries. C- in the Middle Ages. D- during the early Christian era

67 Two Point Question #9- answer l When did romantic love begin to become associated with marriage in the West? A- in the 20th century B- during the 17th and 18th centuries. C- in the Middle Ages. D- during the early Christian era

68 Two Point Question #10 l A person typically first indicates romantic or sexual interest in another person via A- asking for a date B- engaging in nonverbal communication. C- making a sexual gesture. D- using verbal expression that contain sexual innuendoes.

69 Two Point Question #10- answer l A person typically first indicates romantic or sexual interest in another person via A- asking for a date B- engaging in nonverbal communication. C- making a sexual gesture. D- using verbal expression that contain sexual innuendoes.

70 Four Point Question #1 l According to recent research, what is the most constructive strategy for dealing with conflict and dissatisfaction in a relationship? A- equity B- pragma. C- voice. D- increased sexual activity.

71 Four Point Question #1- answer l According to recent research, what is the most constructive strategy for dealing with conflict and dissatisfaction in a relationship? A- equity B- pragma. C- voice. D- increased sexual activity..

72 Four Point Question #2 l An important resource for successful coping with the loss of romantic love is A- a readily available new romantic partner B- long divorce that makes the transition gradual. C- frequent contact with the former partner. D- a supportive social network.

73 Four Point Question #2- answer l An important resource for successful coping with the loss of romantic love is A- a readily available new romantic partner B- long divorce that makes the transition gradual. C- frequent contact with the former partner. D- a supportive social network.

74 Four Point Question #3 l Some football players insist that a crowd cheering and yelling helps them run faster and play more aggressively. What concept could explain this? A- displacement B- copycat aggression C- observational learning. D- excitation transfer.

75 Four Point Question #3- answer l Some football players insist that a crowd cheering and yelling helps them run faster and play more aggressively. What concept could explain this? A- displacement B- copycat aggression C- observational learning. D- excitation transfer.

76 Four Point Question #4 l If you suddenly became very ill, in which of the following places would you be most likely to receive help? A- at home alone B- in an elevator with one other passenger. C- in a large full cafeteria D- on a busy public street.

77 Four Point Question #4- answer l If you suddenly became very ill, in which of the following places would you be most likely to receive help? A- at home alone B- in an elevator with one other passenger. C- in a large full cafeteria D- on a busy public street.

78 Four Point Question #5 l Which of the following moods does NOT appear to increase helping? A- guilt. B- sadness C- happiness D- grief

79 Four Point Question #5- answer l Which of the following moods does NOT appear to increase helping? A- guilt. B- sadness C- happiness D- grief

80 Four Point Question #6 l Which of the following jobs would be most attractive to a low self monitor? A - politician B- education C- public relations D- trial lawyer

81 Four Point Question #6- answer l Which of the following jobs would be most attractive to a low self monitor? A - politician B- education C- public relations D- trial lawyer

82 Four Point Question #7 l Which of the following groups are most likely to commit the fundamental attribution error? A- individualists - not collectivists B- men -not women C- high self-monitors - not low self- monitors D- people with low self-esteem- not high self esteem.

83 Four Point Question #7- answer l Which of the following groups are most likely to commit the fundamental attribution error? A- individualists - not collectivists B- men -not women C- high self-monitors - not low self- monitors D- people with low self-esteem- not high self esteem.

84 Four Point Question #8 l What famous line of research developed from the brutal murder of Kitty Genovese? A- evolutionary explanations of prosocial behavior. B- prosocial modeling on children’s behavior. C- bystander intervention and diffusion of responsibility D- reasons for aggression

85 Four Point Question #8- answer l What famous line of research developed from the brutal murder of Kitty Genovese? A- evolutionary explanations of prosocial behavior. B- prosocial modeling on children’s behavior. C- bystander intervention and diffusion of responsibility D- reasons for aggression

86 Eight Point Question #1 l Which of the following did NOT increase children’s aggressive behavior in the Bobo doll experiments? A- models who were rewarded for aggression B- same-sex aggressive models C- frustration created by inability to play with certain toys. D- punishment of aggressive models.

87 Eight Point Question #1- answer l Which of the following did NOT increase children’s aggressive behavior in the Bobo doll experiments? A- - models who were rewarded for aggression B- same-sex aggressive models C- frustration created by inability to play with certain toys. D- punishment of aggressive models.

88 Eight Point Question #2 l Which of the following seems to BEST explain why physically attractive people are more socially competent and confident? A- fundamental attribution error B- matching hypothesis C- social exchange D- self-fulfilling prophecy

89 Eight Point Question #2- answer l Which of the following seems to BEST explain why physically attractive people are more socially competent and confident? A- fundamental attribution error B- matching hypothesis C- social exchange D- self-fulfilling prophecy

90 Eight Point Question #3 l If John Bowlby were coming to speak, which would be the most likely title of his talk? A - “The genetic basis of Infant-Caregiver attachment” B- “Myths regarding romantic relationships” C- “A triangular theory of love.” D- “Gender differences in friendship development.”

91 Eight Point Question #3- answer l If John Bowlby were coming to speak, which would be the most likely title of his talk? A “The genetic basis of Infant-Caregiver attachment” B- “Myths regarding romantic relationships” C- “A triangular theory of love.” D- “Gender differences in friendship development.”

92 Eight Point Question #4 A- displacement B- disinhibition. C- catharsis D- contagion. l One major tenet of the original frustration- aggression hypothesis that failed to gain research support was

93 Eight Point Question #4- answer A- displacement B- disinhibition. C- catharsis D- contagion l One major tenet of the original frustration- aggression hypothesis that failed to gain research support was

94 Eight Point Question #5 A- severe financial conflicts B- divorce battles over child custody C- challenges to male dominance D- sexual jealousy l The prime motivator for injuring or killing women in “romantic” relationships appears to be

95 Eight Point Question #5- answer A- severe financial conflicts B- divorce battles over child custody C- challenges to male dominance D- sexual jealousy l The prime motivator for injuring or killing women in “romantic” relationships appears to be

96 Eight Point Question #6 l One problem with responding to physical aggression with punishment is that such a response may A- increase the need for catharsis B- provide an aggressive model C- cognitively prime the next aggressive encounter. D- induce an incompatible response.

97 Eight Point Question #6- answer l One problem with responding to physical aggression with punishment is that such a response may Aincrease the need for catharsis B- provide an aggressive model C- cognitively prime the next aggressive encounter. D- induce an incompatible response.

98 Eight Point Question #7 l Which item is out of place here? A- mutual dependence B- individual survival C- living in social groups D- reciprocal helping

99 Eight Point Question #7- answer l Which item is out of place here? A- mutual dependence B- individual survival C- living in social groups D- reciprocal helping

100 Eight Point Question #8 l Receiving help that cannot be reciprocated often lead the recipient feeling A- distressed by a sense of inequality. B- grateful and eager to show gratitude. C- helpless and controlled by the helper. D- happy to be helped.

101 Eight Point Question #8- answer l Receiving help that cannot be reciprocated often lead the recipient feeling A- distressed by a sense of inequality. B- grateful and eager to show gratitude. C- helpless and controlled by the helper. D- happy to be helped


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