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Key

1. In-Group bias is thee.

A.Tendency to favor one's group and see this group as correct


B. Tendency to see other members of a group as similar
C. Tendency to perform better when others are watching
D. Tendency to perform worse when others are watching
E. Tendency to conform to the social harmony of a group

2) People who are less likely to help someone because there are a lot of people present would be
exhibiting:

A.Groupthink
B. Group polarization
C. Diffusion of responsibility
D.Mere exposure effect
E. Ethnocentrism

3.) _____________ set up an experiment, known as the Stanford Prison experiment, where
people plaed the role of a prison guard. The goal was to observe if this authority position
would cause them to act differently.

A. Stanley Milgram
B. Philip Zimbardo
C. Soloman Ache
D. Muzafer Sherif
E. Mike Mclane "The Mclaniac

4) Social Facilitation occurs?

A. To the tendency for people to do less in a group setting


B. To the tendency to keep personal oppinions to themselves for fear of upsetting the
group
C. When the presence of other people watching improves a persons performance
D. When the prescence of other people watching hinders a person's performance
E. When people listen more attentively to people of authority
5)A contributor of prejudice behavior is when people blame others for their misfortunes and
often respond with negative behavior and actions towards these poeple. this is referred to
as:
A. Out-group homongeneity effect
B. Ethnocentrism
C. Altruism
D. Bystander effect
E. Scapegoat theory

6) Information social influence occurs when:

A. The person presenting the information as seen as expert and making it more
likely for a person to listen or conform to their ideas
B. A person is influenced by the presence or group oppinion encouraging conformity or
changing of attitudes
C. A person is less likely to listen or conform
D. A person is less likely to perform behavior within a group
E. A person does not share his or oppinion from fear of upsetting the group

7) What are the three variables that correlate and underlie most criminal behavior?

A. Mating Effort, Competitive Disadvantage, and Antisociality


B. Risk Taking, Young Male Syndrome, and Antisociality
C. Mating Effort, Risk Taking, and Psychopathy
D. Mating Effort, Risk Taking, and Antisociality

8)What are three major paths of offending?

A.Risk Taking, Young Male Syndrome, and Psychopathy


B. Young Male Syndrome, Competitive Disadvantage, and Psychopathy
C. Antisociality, Mating Effort, and Young Male Syndrome
D. Psychopathy, Risk Taking, and Competitive Disadvantage

9) Why is Antisocial Personality Disorder (ASPD) NOT psychopathy?

A. ASPD is diagnosed as a small child and Psychopathy is diagnosed as an adolescent/


adult
B. In ASPD the person feels remorse and psychopathy does not
C. Psychopathy have average intelligence and ASPD have above average intelligence
D. ASPD focuses on criminal aspects and Psychopathy is more about personality
10. When a person experiences guilt or discomfort because he or she realizes that he or she is not
being truthful with their friends, then this person may be experiencing:
A. Blaming the victim
B. Self-serving bias
C. Cognitive dissonance
D.Constipation
E. Normative social influence