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Social Psychology 10th Edition by Saul Kassin – Test Bank

Multiple Choice

1. Prejudice and discrimination based on a person’s racial background, or institutional and cultural practices that promote the domination of one racial group over another, are most accurately termed​

  a.  ​racism.

  b.  ​implicit racism.

  c.  ​modern racism.

  d.  ​ambivalent racism.

ANSWER:   a

POINTS:   1

REFERENCES:   The Nature of the Problem: Persistence and Change

QUESTION TYPE:   Multiple Choice

HAS VARIABLES:   False

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:   SOCP.KASS.17.5.1 – Define the concepts of stereotyping, prejudice, discrimination, and modern and implicit racism, and explain how each is measured empirically.

KEYWORDS:   Bloom’s: Remember

NOTES:   New

DATE CREATED:   3/7/2016 1:07 AM

DATE MODIFIED:   3/17/2016 9:09 AM

2. Prejudice and discrimination based on a person’s gender, or institutional and cultural practices that promote the domination of one gender (typically men) over another, are most accurately termed

  a.  ​sexism.

  b.  ​implicit sexism.

  c.  ​hostile sexism.

  d.  ​ambivalent sexism.

ANSWER:   a

POINTS:   1

REFERENCES:   The Nature of the Problem: Persistence and Change

QUESTION TYPE:   Multiple Choice

HAS VARIABLES:   False

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:   SOCP.KASS.17.5.1 – Define the concepts of stereotyping, prejudice, discrimination, and modern and implicit racism, and explain how each is measured empirically.

KEYWORDS:   Bloom’s: Remember

NOTES:   New

DATE CREATED:   3/7/2016 1:11 AM

DATE MODIFIED:   3/17/2016 9:09 AM

3. The ABCs of social psychology are affect, behavior, and cognition. Place three major concepts in this ABC order by considering whether they correspond to affect, behavior, or cognition.

  a.  ​stereotyping, prejudice, and discrimination

  b.  ​prejudice, discrimination, and stereotyping

  c.  ​discrimination, prejudice, and stereotyping

  d.  ​stereotyping, discrimination, and prejudice

ANSWER:   b

POINTS:   1

REFERENCES:   The Nature of the Problem: Persistence and Change

QUESTION TYPE:   Multiple Choice

HAS VARIABLES:   False

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:   SOCP.KASS.17.5.1 – Define the concepts of stereotyping, prejudice, discrimination, and modern and implicit racism, and explain how each is measured empirically.

KEYWORDS:   Bloom’s: Analyze

DATE CREATED:   3/7/2016 1:12 AM

DATE MODIFIED:   3/17/2016 9:09 AM

4. Which of the following is not an indicator of discrimination?

  a.  ​believing that baby-faced men are harmless

  b.  ​declining to allow a girl into an auto repair course in high school

  c.  ​signing a petition to keep a minority group out of the neighborhood

  d.  ​hiring a thin candidate rather than an obese one with the same credentials

ANSWER:   a

POINTS:   1

REFERENCES:   The Nature of the Problem: Persistence and Change

QUESTION TYPE:   Multiple Choice

HAS VARIABLES:   False

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:   SOCP.KASS.17.5.1 – Define the concepts of stereotyping, prejudice, discrimination, and modern and implicit racism, and explain how each is measured empirically.

KEYWORDS:   Bloom’s: Understand

DATE CREATED:   3/7/2016 1:14 AM

DATE MODIFIED:   3/17/2016 9:09 AM

5. Dr. Charles does not feel that African American students are as academically qualified as other students. He does not give them as much of his attention, is less willing to make appointments to give them help, and spends less time reading and making comments on their papers. Dr. Charles is engaging in ____ toward his African American students.

  a.  ​subgrouping

  b.  ​prejudice

  c.  ​stereotyping

  d.  ​discrimination

ANSWER:   d

POINTS:   1

REFERENCES:   The Nature of the Problem: Persistence and Change

QUESTION TYPE:   Multiple Choice

HAS VARIABLES:   False

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:   SOCP.KASS.17.5.1 – Define the concepts of stereotyping, prejudice, discrimination, and modern and implicit racism, and explain how each is measured empirically.

KEYWORDS:   Bloom’s: Apply

NOTES:   New

DATE CREATED:   3/7/2016 1:17 AM

DATE MODIFIED:   3/18/2016 8:33 AM

6. Bridgette thinks short people are lazy, and Barbara refuses to let short people join her book club. Bridgette is exhibiting ____, whereas Barbara is exhibiting ____.

  a.  discrimination; prejudice

  b.  stereotyping; discrimination

  c.  prejudice; stereotyping

  d.  prejudice; discrimination

ANSWER:   b

POINTS:   1

REFERENCES:   The Nature of the Problem: Persistence and Change

QUESTION TYPE:   Multiple Choice

HAS VARIABLES:   False

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:   SOCP.KASS.17.5.1 – Define the concepts of stereotyping, prejudice, discrimination, and modern and implicit racism, and explain how each is measured empirically.

KEYWORDS:   Bloom’s: Apply

DATE CREATED:   3/7/2016 1:20 AM

DATE MODIFIED:   3/17/2016 9:09 AM

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