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  1. Social Psychology seeks to understand _______________ in social situations.
  • individual behavior
  • individual thought
  • group behavior
  • both a and b

2. Which of the following represents the strongest correlation?

  • .51
  • .02
  • -.91
  • .00

3. Suppose a researcher had an idea that when an individual smells a pleasant smell he or she would be more likely to help another individual in need. This idea or premise is also referred to as

  • a hypothesis
  • a prediction
  • intuition
  • co-innovation

4. According to the text, social cognition involves all of the following except?

  • interpreting information
  • remembering information
  • analyzing information
  • predicting information

5. Which of the following denotes the correct order for how a schema influences our social thought?

  • encoding of information, retrieval of information, and attention to information
  • retrieval of information, attention to information and encoding of information
  • attention to information, retrieval of information, and encoding of information
  • attention to information, encoding of information and retrieval of information

 

6. The tendency for beliefs and schemas to remain unchanged, even in the face of contradictory information is referred to as

  • self-fulfilling prophecies
  • strong belief systems
  • the perseverance effect
  • the persistence tendency

7. Suppose you looked in a jewelry store window and saw a bracelet that was marked to sell at $10,000. At this point you concluded that the bracelet must be real gold and a very good quality bracelet. Which psychological principle did you just utilize?

  • information overload
  • a heuristic
  • priming
  • anchoring

8. A strategy for making judgments based on the extent to which current stimuli or events resemble other stimuli or categories is referred to as

  • anchoring
  • priming
  • the representativeness heuristic
  • the matching effect

9. When a serious car accident occurs because a driver is talking on her cell phone and driving a car, researchers attribute this accident to

  • anchoring
  • priming
  • the perseverance effect
  • information overload

10. The automatic processing of information primarily involves the use of

  • conscious processes
  • nonscious processes
  • affective processes
  • adjustment processes

 

11. Suppose you enter the voting booth and all that you can remember about a particular candidate were the television commercials that were sponsored by his opponent that featured the candidate in a poor light-you are being influenced by the

  • contrast effect
  • negativity bias
  • planning fallacy
  • priming effect

12. The tendency to make optimistic predictions concerning how long a given task will

  • take for completion is termed
  • the optimistic bias
  • the planning fallacy
  • the overconfidence barrier
  • the completion fallacy

 

13. The statement “I wish I had studied harder in college because things would be different now,” reflects which of the following concepts?

  • counterfactual thinking
  • the planning fallacy
  • the negativity bias
  • automatic processing

 

14. Suppose you were feeling down and decided to eat some chocolate or pizza. This conscious choice is an example of

  • how we regulate our affective states
  • the mood congruence effect
  • mood-dependent memory
  • the two-factor theory of emotion