Karen provides Helen financial help to undertake a medical checkup. Helen is a poor lady and
1. Karen provides Helen financial help to undertake a medical checkup. Helen is a poor lady and
Karen helps her without expecting Helen to pay back. Karen’s act exemplifies _____.
- reciprocal altruism
- normative reciprocity
2. Do onto other as you would have them do onto you. This golden rule of philosophy is based on the _____ norm.
- altruistic responsibility
- social responsibility
3. Which of the following types of aggression occurs with only a small amount of forethought or intent and is determined primarily by impulsive feelings?
- Emotional aggression
- Instrumental aggression
- Thoughtful aggression
- Cognitive aggression
4. Which of the following is an example of relational aggression?
- Gossiping about a person
- Hitting a person to cause injury
- Yelling at a person
- Calling a person names
5. Which of the following is a neurotransmitter that influences mood, appetite, and sleep and reduces aggression?
6. When groups work better than we would expect, given the individuals who form them, we call the outcome a(n) _____.
- person gain
- conjunctive gain
- cognitive gain
- process gain
7. Hawkins is a hardworking individual. He works efficiently when asked to work on projects with independent deliverables. However, his performance drops when he is asked to work as part of a team. This situation exemplifies _____.
- group bias
- social loafing
- cognitive dissonance
8. Calvin hates the members of a certain religious community. The negative attitude that Calvin displays toward the community is an example of _____.
- social identification
9. Europeans view Americans as people similar in ideas and culture. However, Americans tend to disagree with the European viewpoint. This situation exemplifies _____.
- common ingroup identification
- outgroup homogeneity
- self identification
- Social Dominance Orientation
10. Which of the following is the best description of social dilemma?