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Question 11.Ginger is looking for a job in Paris. She heard there are also a lot of people from the city of Creil that are looking for jobs. She has decided that all people from Creil aren't as intelligent as her, and therefore will not get the job. What is this an example of?
Question 22.Personality Theory suggests that prejudices are formed based on _____.
Question 33.Why were Solomon Asch's experiments on conformity so important?
Question 44.Similarity is
Question 55.Prosocial behavior is defined as _____.
Question 66.According to Social Identity Theory, we perceive _____.
Question 77.According to the theory of kin selection, which of these people are you most likely to help?
Question 88.What best describes when your self-concept is being threatened?
Question 99.If Simona is biologically a girl, but decides she is really a boy, what has changed in Simona's life?
Question 1010.Which of these is an example of altruism?
Question 1111.A new student at a high school is displaying normative conformity by all of the following EXCEPT:
Question 1212.Sarah notices that just about everybody on her soccer team wears the same type of headband. Based on typical conformity patterns, why is Sarah likely to also buy this type of headband?
Question 1313.The time between childhood and adulthood is called:
Question 1414.Grant grew up believing that tall people are more athletic than short people because that is what his parents told him. What is this an example of?
Question 1515.One's ethnic identity is based on _____.
Question 1616.What best describes when your self-concept is seeking to improve itself?
Question 1717.A basic part of social identity theory is
Question 1818.What part of sociology is concerned with patterns of actions and reactions in social groups?
Question 1919.What is distinct about sociologists' beliefs about behavior?
Question 2020.People want their environments to be predictable and by joining groups a person identifies with they are facilitating predictability. This is called what?
Question 2121.A person who has parents from several different ethnic groups is considered _____.
Question 2222.According to the empathy-altruism hypothesis, which of these increases the chance of prosocial behavior?
Question 2323.How is the presentation of self similar to being an actor?
Question 2424.Ethnic identity usually begins to develop during _____.
Question 2525.Which sex a person is attracted to is called:
Question 2626.When someone struggles to find out who they are, psychologists refer to it as _____.
Question 2727.Whether a person is male or female based on their psychology is called their:
Question 2828.What is sociology?
Question 2929.A basic part of social identity theory is
Question 3030.James has just been hired at XYZ Corporation. He carefully watches how his new colleagues behave in order to learn how he should behave. James is exhibiting _____.
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