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Question1 Correct Marked out of 1.00  Flag question Question text The practice of withdrawing an attractive offer once it has been agreed to and revealing hidden costs is called the __________ technique. Select one:  a. high­balling  b. low­balling   c. foot­in­the­door  d. norm of reciprocity  e. door­in­the­face Question2 Correct Marked out of 1.00  Flag question Question text Suppose that you are asked by a charity to donate a few dollars to its cause (and you do). Suppose also, that afterwards, the charity approaches you again and asks you to donate several thousand dollars more. The technique that this charity is using to get you to comply with their request is called the __________ technique. Select one:  a. door­in­the­face  b. that's­not­all  c. foot­in­the­door   d. low­balling  e. norm of reciprocity Question3 Correct Marked out of 1.00  Flag question Question text In general, research by Latane and Darley suggests that helping behavior in emergency situations is discouraged MOSTLY by: Select one:  a. the presence of a large number of people.   b. wasting time  c. the low costs associated with helping.  d. the fear of having to fill out a police report.  e. the fact that the victim and surrounding people do not know each other. Question4 Correct Marked out of 1.00  Flag question Question text A fight between two students breaks out in class. Even though one student is badly hurt and needs help, no one in the class does anything to assist him. Psychologists would attribute people’s reluctance to provide help in an emergency situation when others are around at least partially to: Select one:  a. obedience  b. group polarization  c. compliance  d. diffusion of responsibility   e. within­group solidarity Question5 Correct Marked out of 1.00  Flag question Question text Which of the following is not true of Milgram’s research on obedience: Select one:  a. The presence of an obedient companion increased obedience of the participant.  b. Making the learner more immediate to the participant decreased obedience.  c. The presence of an authority figure increased obedience.  d. Making the authority figure more distant from the participant decreased obedience.  e. The presence of a disobedient companion increased obedience of the participant.  Question6 Correct Marked out of 1.00  Flag question Question text Bob is not very sty
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