cultural dichotomies. power distance. uncertainty avoidance. collectivism. Question 5 / 5 points 6 A graduate student tells you that she is going to travel India to collect comparative data for her dissertation. She indicates that she has chosen this country because she was born there and believes she will have a relatively easy time finding a research sample. What type of sampling strategy is she employing? Question options: Convenience sampling Systematic sampling Random sampling Experimental sampling Question 5 / 5 points 7 Complex behavior based on concern for oneself and one's immediate family or primary group as opposed to concern for other groups to which one belongs is defined as: Question options: ethnocentrism. individualism. culture concern. cultural relativism. Question 5 / 5 points 8 A kind of multiculturalism that involves combining features of two cultures into one unique blend is called: Question options: twin culture. double-sided cultural influence. dual culture. biculturalism. Question 5 / 5 points 9 At the turn of the twentieth century, the American sociologist Fredrick Turner (1920) argued that while facing the challenges of the frontier, Americans as conquerors and builders developed both: Question options: individualistic and egalitarian culture. violent and religious culture. traditional and non-traditional culture. respect to authority and desire to make money. Question 5 / 5 points 10 Evidence that the methods selected for the study, measure the same phenomenon across other countries or cultures chosen for the study is called: Question options: correlation. equivalence. random sample. comparativists strategy. Question 5 / 5 points 11 The view that supports judgment about other ethnic, national, and cultural groups and events from the observer's own ethnic, national, or cultural group's outlook is called: Question options: cross-cultural psychology. ethnocentrism. cultural relativism. cultural absolutism. Question 5 / 5 points 12 If a psychologist studies the hidden meanings that people of different countries attach to their birthday greetings, she/he is studying which cultural characteristics? Question options: Explicit Collectivist
Individualist Implicit Question 5 / 5 points 13 When behavior is based on traditions, concerns for other people, and values they share together and the focus is on things such as fitting into the group, behaving in ways that are line with social norms, group solidarity, and gaining a sense of identity from being part of the group. What type of behavior is this? Question options: Individualism Power distance Uncertainty avoidance Collectivism Question 0 / 5 points 14 There are three dimensions to the study of culture in psychology. What is one of those dimensions? Question options: also it is not A. as well. Power Distance Uncertainty Avoidance Evolutionary Approach Traditional Culture Question 5 / 5 points 15 The study that seeks to discover systematic relationships between culture and psychological variables in an effort to recognize human nature and the different ways of being human is: Question options: cultural psychology. cross-cultural psychology. cultural relativism. multiculturalism. Question 5 / 5 points 16 Traditional cultures are NOT typically known for what? Question options: Most social roles are prescribed individuals. There is a clear distinction between good and evil in behavior. Individuals' choices are restricted to the boundaries of social perceptions. Truth is revealed through the competition of ideas. Question 5 / 5 points 17 A longitudinal analysis of particular individuals, usually outstanding persons, celebrities, and leaders, representing different countries or cultures is called: Question options: investigative journalism. sensationalism. focus-group methodology. psychobiographical research. Question 5 / 5 points 18 People in cultures considered "high" on the measure of __________ tend to support beliefs promising certainty, and to maintain social institutions protecting conformity (find a missing term). Question options: collectivism uncertainty avoidance power distance femininity Question 5 / 5 points 19 The strategy used to establish the applicability of research findings obtained in one country or culture to other countries or cultures is called the: Question options: comparativists strategy. meta-analysis strategy. application-oriented strategy. absolutist strategy.