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Question 1 1. Which statement BEST reflects how women in a benevolent sexist society are harmed?
Question 2 2. Zoe is watching someone flip a coin several times. Someone asks her which sequence is more likely: Heads - Tails - Heads - Heads or Tails - Heads - Tails - Heads. She decides the first sequence looks more random and better matches the outcome she would expect. This is an example of which heuristic?
Question 3 3. Alexis is paid very little money to endorse a product that he does not like. This scenario is likely to produce _____.
Question 4 4. You are watching a video presentation when the words 'Buy Pepsi' flash quickly on the screen. According to research, what are you most likely to do?
Question 5 5. Communion is defined as _____.
Question 6 6. Perceived control is defined as the _____.
Question 7 7. Which form of sexism contends that inequality between men and women is no longer a problem in society?
Question 8 8. Which theory of love posits that love is a tool used to drive reproductive behavior?
Question 9 9. A psychologist examining behavior from the evolutionary perspective of social psychology would most likely be concerned with _____.
Question 10 10. According to the empathy-altruism hypothesis, which of these increases the chance of prosocial behavior?
Question 11 11. Extrinsic motivation is defined as _____.
Question 12 12. Zoe just watched a commercial advertising a new brand of soda. She decides to try it out because her favorite athlete appeared in the commercial and endorsed it. Zoe just took the _____ route to persuasion.
Question 13 13. Walking into a local diner and sitting down at the nearest table without being instructed on how to do so, is referred to as what?
Question 14 14. _____ is based on numerical data that can be analyzed using statistics.
Question 15 15. A research project that utilizes humans as participants will be sure to discuss the intent of the research project with the participants following the study. This post-research discussion is referred to as what?
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