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C82SAD Revision. Multiple choice questions. 30 MCQ’s for social psychology and 30 MCQ’s for developmental psychology Total = 60 MCQ’s (1 hour) Then 2 essay questions: 1 question on social psychology (from 6 choices) 1 question on developmental psychology (from 6 choices).

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multiple choice questions
Multiple choice questions
  • 30 MCQ’s for social psychology and 30 MCQ’s for developmental psychology
  • Total = 60 MCQ’s (1 hour)
  • Then 2 essay questions:
    • 1 question on social psychology (from 6 choices)
    • 1 question on developmental psychology (from 6 choices)
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Multiple choice questions

What is your name?

  • Martin
  • Gertrude
  • St John
  • None of the above
  • Format is 4-choice MCQ as follows:
multiple choice questions2
Multiple choice questions

Which of following is not a function (Katz, 1960) of attitudes?

  • Value-expressive
  • Utilitarian
  • Self-esteem
  • Knowledge

A full list of practice questions for social psychology are presented on the C82SAD website

essay questions
Essay questions
  • “Attitudes are the most indispensable concept in social psychology” (Allport, 1935). To what extent does research in social psychology support this statement?
  • Is there evidence to support Cottrell’s (1972) evaluation apprehension hypothesis?
  • Do rewards undermine intrinsic motivation?
  • What are group norms and how do they affect behaviour in groups?
  • How do people become prejudiced against minorities?
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Essay questions
  • “Attitudes are the most indispensable concept in social psychology” (Allport, 1935). To what extent does research in social psychology support this statement?
    • Lecture 3: “Attitudes, persuasive communication and attitude change”
    • Define attitudes
    • Focus on the attitude-behaviour link, is it supported?
    • If not, what are the circumstances that lead to a stronger attitude-behaviour relation?
    • E.g. attitude strength, accessibility, intentions, social identity
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Essay questions
  • Is there evidence to support Cottrell’s (1972) evaluation apprehension hypothesis?
    • Lecture 4 “People in groups: Social facilitation, cohesiveness and group norms”
    • Define social facilitation and evaluation apprehension
    • Role of ‘drive’ or ‘arousal’ and dominant response
    • Mere presence vs. evaluative audience
    • Weight of evidence supporting evaluation apprehension e.g. meta-analyses, well-learned (easy) vs. unfamiliar (hard) tasks
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Essay questions
  • Do rewards undermine intrinsic motivation?
    • Lecture 10: “Aggression and motivation”
    • Intrinsic motivation and cognitive evaluation theory
    • Define intrinsic motivation and extrinsic rewards (give examples)
    • Start with reinforcement
    • Deci’s (1971) work on rewards and the undermining effect
    • Meta-analyses of the undermining effect
    • Mitigating circumstances (the informational aspect vs. controlling aspect of rewards)
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Essay questions
  • What are group norms and how do they affect behaviour in groups?
    • Lecture 4: “People in groups: Social facilitation, cohesiveness and group norms”, Lecture 5 “Intergroup behaviour”, and Lecture 9 “Prejudice and discrimination”
    • Define group norms and the theory that most frequently utilises them (Social Identity Theory)
    • Give examples of how group norms affect behaviour (e.g. conformity, deindividuation)
    • E.g. Racist attitudes, collective aggression, bystander effect
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Essay questions
  • How do people become prejudiced against minorities?
    • Lecture 9 “Prejudice and discrimination” also Lecture 4: “People in groups: Social facilitation, cohesiveness and group norms” and Lecture 5 “Intergroup behaviour”
    • Focus on social identity approach and group dynamics
    • Influential factors e.g. relative deprivation, perceived injustice, deindividuation, dehumanization, in- and out-group homogeniety