University of Florida
Whites who fear that they will appear racist engage in which of the following behaviors?
a. They communicate more negative information about Black targets to others
b. They withhold critical (but necessary) feedback from Black targets
c. They rate low quality essays supposedly written by Black targets more harshly than the same essays supposedly written by White targets
d. All of the above
e. None of the above
Which of the following best represents an example of a symbolic threat to White Americans
Select one:a.Universities employing affirmative action when making admission decisions
b.The United States designating both English and Spanish as the country's official national languages c.Being called out as a racist after having a negative interaction with a member of a different racial group than yourself
d.Companies adopting policies aimed at helping immigrants get jobs
Black individuals who receive positive feedback from a White evaluator will show _________ self-esteem if they know the evaluator can see them. They will show _________self-esteem if the know the evaluator cannot see them.
b.no change in; decreased
e.increased; no change in
Research suggests that intraminority intergroup relations within the same dimension of identity are likely to yield coalitional tendencies. Which of the following reduces the likelihood of the formation of an intraminority coalition?
a. When one minority group perceives the other minority group as increasing in status or resources
b. When one minority group has positive contact with the dominant group
c. When one minority group perceives the other minority group as dissimilar to them
d. all of the above reduce the likelihood of an intraminority coalition
e. none of the above reduce the likelihood of an intraminority coalition
According to social identity theory, Jason is more likely to stereotype others and express prejudice when
a. he receives praise from ingroup members.
b. he receives praise from outgroup members.
c. he tries hard not to use stereotypes to judge others.
d. his own self-esteem is threatened.
When we help others because we identify people in need, we are motivated by _______, but when we help others in order to receive positive attention or gratitude, we are motivated by __________.
a. Egotism; empathic concern
b. Altruistic motives; social rewards
c. Sympathy; empathy
d. Reciprocity; social rewards
I would appreciate if anyone can help me with the following social psychology question please.
Thomas feels comfortable relying on and being close to his immediate family members, yet he seeks extremely intimate, clingy romantic relationships. He also keeps his distance from his friends, not disclosing too much to them or counting on them. How would you analyze his differing attachment styles?