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Adapted by Rajiv Jhangiani, Capilano University

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    ________ is a negative learned attitude toward particular groups of people.

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    Dan will not hire women at his firm because he believes they do not have the objectivity required to be lawyers. Dan's choice not to hire women is an example of ________.

  • 03

    Implicit negative attitudes are to ________ as explicit negative attitudes are to _______.

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    James does not like Asian students because he thinks they are naturally smart and don't have to work hard in their classes. This is an example of ________.

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    Tia is an African-American college student. According to research, it is easiest for her to identify with her ________ peers.

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    The tendency to explain the behaviour of groups in terms of internal dispositional factors without taking the situational constraints into consideration is known as ________.

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    All of the following are examples of gender stereotypes EXCEPT:

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    Laura feels resentful about men's insensitivity to emotional issues and failure to give equal consideration to women, yet she also feels that men should be the primary breadwinners in the family. This is an example of ________.

  • 09

    Russell considers his dad outdated and out of touch with the current social world, particularly because his dad still displays overt, oppressive acts and feelings toward white people. Russell’s dad exhibits ________.

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    Most of Lola's friends would not describe her as "racist," but deep down Lola has negative feelings toward people of a particular race. This is an example of ________.

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    A commonly used covert measure of attitudes is the IAT, which stands for the __________.

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    Samantha is a white college student who openly endorses egalitarian views, but discriminates in ways that she is able to rationalize to herself. This is an example of ________.

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    According to the text, stereotypes and prejudice originate from several different sources, including all of the following EXCEPT ________.

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    Mrs. Jozawiek favours obedience to authority and intolerance of people lower in status. Mrs. Jozawiek most likely has a(n) ________ personality.

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    _________ involves both stereotype activation and stereotype application.

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    The tendency to see outgroup members as similar to one another but ingroup members as diverse individuals is known as ________.

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    Ray, a doctor, comes from a family of doctors and believes that social groups should be ordered according to worth, and that doctors should have more wealth and power. Ray has several negative stereotypes for people without advanced degrees and believes her doctor's status is being threatened by others. This is an example of ________ orientation.

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    Manuel believes the world is a fair and just place, so when he hears that a neighbour was injured in a car crash, he believes the neighbour did something to deserve his misfortune. Manuel likely subscribes to the ________.

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    Fear or anxiety held by members in minority groups that they might conform to a negative cultural stereotype is known as ________.

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    Principal Figgins believes that increased communication and contact between different racial groups reduces levels of prejudice and discrimination. Principal Figgins believes in what hypothesis?