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1 Thinking About Psychology, Second Edition Module 35: Social Relations iClicker Questions Charles T. Blair-Broeker Randal M. Ernst Questions Written by Kent Korek, Germantown High School

2 1. Repeated exposure to novel stimuli increases our liking of the stimuli according to the: a. altruism theory. b. ingroup bias. c. just-world phenomenon. d. mere-exposure effect.

3 2. Which of the following proverbs is most clearly supported by research on social attraction? a. Absence makes the heart grow fonder. b. Birds of a feather flock together. c. Familiarity breeds contempt. d. The beautiful are the lonely.

4 3. Companionate love refers to: a. a condition in which people receive from a relationship in proportion to what they give to it. b. an aroused state of intense absorption in another person. c. deep affectionate attachment we feel for another person over a long period of time. d. revealing intimate aspects of ourselves to another person.

5 4. Kathy and Max have a fulfilling marital relationship because they readily confide their deepest hopes and fears to each other. This best illustrates the value of: a. passionate love. b. self-disclosure. c. social facilitation. d. the mere exposure effect.

6 5. Unselfish regard for the welfare of others is the definition of: a. altruism. b. ingroup. c. self-disclosure. d. superordinate goals.

7 6. Experimenters had an actor lay down on a city sidewalk and pretend to be sick to see if anyone walking by would stop and help. The experimenters were testing for: a. ingroup bias. b. just-world phenomenon. c. the bystander effect. d. superordinate goals.

8 7. Which of the following is the correct order for the thought processes we go through in deciding whether or not to help in a situation? a. Am I responsible? Is there danger? b. Is the person attractive? Will I get a reward? Will others notice? c. Do I like the person? Do I have time? d. Did I notice the incident? Did I interpret it as an emergency? Am I responsible?

9 8. Prejudice is to discrimination as _____ is to _____. a. attitude; action. b. stereotype; scapegoat. c. ingroup; outgroup. d. self-disclosure; bystander effect.

10 9. Bill, a white college student, is on academic probation for poor grades. Ever since he received notice of his probation, Bill has become increasingly hostile toward black students on campus. His increasing hostility can best be explained in terms of: a. ingroup bias. b. the just-world phenomenon. c. the mere exposure effect. d. the scapegoat theory.

11 10. As you leave school one day, you notice a man slumped over in a driveway. You are most likely to try to help the man if: a. There are not many others around b. You believe that the man is ill and deserves your help. c. You just witnessed a classmate help another student in the hallway. d. All of the above

12 11. Charles believes that all cheerleaders are scatterbrained. This is an example of: a. Scapegoating b. Stereotyping c. Discrimination d. The bystander effect

13 12. If a country club does not allow women to play on its golf course based on stereotypes and prejudice they are practicing: a. Discrimination b. Social inhibition c. Scapegoating d. The just world phenomenon

14 13. When one of her classmates was robbed while taking money out of an ATM, Melissa exclaimed, “It’s partly her fault? What did she expect? She should have known better than to flash money around in public! This best illustrates a. Stereotyping b. The just world phenomenon c. Ingroup bias d. The mere exposure effect

15 14. Which of the following statements about attractiveness is true? a. Few of us think of ourselves as unattractive b. We tend to give attractive people the benefit of the doubt c. Standards for attractiveness come and go. d. All of the answers are correct.

16 15. Carol and Joe have a relationship in which each contributes equally. They emotionally support each other and make important decisions together. This best illustrates: a. Passionate love b. Self disclousre c. Altruism d. Equity

17 16. In which of the following situations is a person most likely to receive help from others in an emergency? a. The security line in a busy airport b. In the store that is relatively empty c. In a busy mall during the holidays d. In a cafeteria at lunchtime

18 17. Sharon had a seizure in a public place. She is more likely to receive help from a passerby if: a. The passerby is in a hurry b. The passerby is feeling guilty about something c. There are a lot of people around d. They are in an urban setting


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