Social Psychology Ch. 1 - Part 1 Quiz

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What is the term for the tendency to exaggerate, after learning an outcome, one’s ability to have foreseen how something turned out?

Which term refers to an integrated set of principles that explain and predict observed events?

What is the process of assigning participants to the conditions of an experiment such that all persons have the same chance of being in a given condition?

What does a sample size refer to in a study?

What does social neuroscience explore?

What is the term for the degree to which an experiment absorbs and involves its participants?

Which concept refers to cues in an experiment that tell the participant what behavior is expected?

What does System 1 refer to in the context of social intuition?

What is the term for the study of studies that statistically summarizes many studies on the same topic?

What concept refers to natural selection predisposing our actions and reactions?


Test your knowledge of Social Psychology Chapter 1, Part 1, which covers the scientific study of how people think about, influence, and relate to one another. It also includes concepts like social neuroscience and hindsight bias.

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