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Ethnopsychology & Individual Midterm Exam

QUESTION 1

The term culture is typically used in everyday language to refer to all of the following  EXCEPT:

different types of music, art, and dance

Food, clothing, history, and traditions

Genetic determinants of behavior.

regular or expected behaviors of a particular group

QUESTION 2

Which of the following is NOT one of the six ways culture is used in everyday language?

Genetic

Prescriptive

Historical

Structural

QUESTION 3

Which of the following best defines descriptive culture?

The specific behaviors and activities associated with a culture.

The specific attitudes and beliefs associated with a culture

The rules that govern the behavior of a particular group.                              

A group’s heritage and traditions.

QUESTION 4

Traditional gender roles and machismo are examples of _________ culture.                     

structural

descriptive

historical

normative

QUESTION 5

Psychologists who study culture say that culture refers to all of the following EXCEPT:

the guiding beliefs or principles of a particular group of people.

the values of a particular group of people.

the behaviors or typical activities of a particular group of people.

an individual’s personal thoughts and beliefs regarding likes and dislikes.

QUESTION 6

Race differs from culture in that culture focuses on:

the degree to which one assimilates to a new surrounding.

the shared attitudes and beliefs of a group.

the socially constructed meaning of phenotypic differences.

biological differences.

QUESTION 7

-------------------refers to critical incidents where people from different cultural, ethnic, or linguistic backgrounds come into social contact with each other.

culture contact

ethnocentrism

introspection

ethnical psychology

QUESTION 8

Multicultural psychology is primarily concerned with behavior, cognition, and affect as they occur:

in inferior races of people.

in settings where people of many different backgrounds co-exist.

at the biological level.

in settings where everyone is the same.

QUESTION 9

The textbook defines culture as the values, beliefs, and practices of a group of people, shared through symbols

that are only practiced by the elders in the population.

and passed down from generation to generation

that die out from generation to generation.

that represent the phenotypic features shared by the population.

QUESTION 10

One of the major premises of multicultural psychology is that:

all behavior can be explained by genetic influences.

culture is too complex to be understood or studied effectively.

all behavior is learned and occurs in a cultural context.

all cultures are the same.

QUESTION 11

Which of the following is considered the “fourth force” in psychology?

behaviorism

psychoanalysis

humanistic psychology 

multicultural psychology

QUESTION 12

Multiculturalism emphasizes all of the following except

cultural pluralism.

analytic thinking involving multiple perspectives.

the imposition of one's values and beliefs on others.

change at the individual, organizational, and societal levels.

QUESTION 13

Cultural identity is comprised of:

race

gender

all of the above

sexual orientation

QUESTION 14

__________ is a movement that believes that only “good genes” should be passed from generation to generation and that “undesirable” groups should be prevented from reproducing.

eugenics

structuralism

popular genetics

ethnical psychology

QUESTION 15

Early psychological research conducted by Europeans and European Americans on racial group differences often concluded that:

members of other racial groups are inferior to Whites

we are all members of one race, the human race.

Whites are higher in intelligence, but other groups are higher in personality.

Whites are inferior to other races.

QUESTION 16

_______________________ involves the ability of individuals to take perspective on their immediate cultural, social, and political environment and to engage in critical dialogue with it.

social justice

multiculturalism

intersectionality

critical consciousness

QUESTION 17

From a biological perspective, race is determined by

phenotype, or the shared noticeable physical characteristics of a group.

the shared attitudes and beliefs of a group.

the shared language and history of a group.

the degree to which one assimilates into the dominant group.

QUESTION 18

Most differences between racial groups can be accounted for by

the percentage of genes that are different between groups.

none of the above—There are absolutely no differences in either genotype or phenotype between the groups.

patterns of migration and adaptation between the different groups.

the fact that different racial groups represent different species within the human race.

QUESTION 19

In his coming-out process, TaShaun struggled with the different parts of his identity. male, he has many privileges because he's in the dominant group. However, as a gay man, he faces homophobia, and as an African American, he faces racism. TaShaun's struggles around identity illustrate the concept of

intersectionality.

social institutions.

multicultural counseling and therapy

tolerance

QUESTION 20

The research findings of the Clark & Clark (1939) doll study played a crucial role in which of the following Supreme Court decisions?

Brown v. Board of Education                      

Plessy v. Ferguson

Loving v. Virginia

Roe v. Wade

QUESTION 21

Suppose that you are in a conversation with someone and that person tells you a lie.  According to Grice’s Cooperative Principle, that person is violating the maxim of:

quality

quantity

relevance

manner

QUESTION 22

The ________ approach attempts to find commonalities across cultures.

individualistic

etic

collectivistic

emic

QUESTION 23

The ________ approach examines only one culture from within that culture.

collectivistic

emic

etic

individualistic

QUESTION 24

The Mischel studies on delay of gratification were presented as an example of:

a correct interpretation across cultures.

imposed etics

imposed emics

a correct interpretation within a culture.

QUESTION 25

According to Triandis (1995), an individual who acts according to his/her own needs is:

collectivistic

individualistic

allocentric

idiocentric

QUESTION 26

Which of the following represents a countercultural individual, according to Triandis?

an allocentric individual in a collectivistic society.

an idiocentric individual in any type of society.

an idiocentric individual in an individualistic society.

an allocentric individual in an individualistic society.

QUESTION 27

Hofstede (1980) identified the masculine–feminine dimension, which Triandis renamed the ________ dimension.

left-right

angular–circular

vertical–horizontal

up–down

QUESTION 28

In collectivistic cultures:

guilt is a more important negative emotion than is shame.

shame is a more important negative emotion than is guilt.

guilt and shame are equally important negative emotions.

neither guilt nor shame are very important negative emotions

QUESTION 29

________ is when an individual extols the virtues of another person in public

guilt saving

Loss of face

shame saving

Giving face

QUESTION 30

Ho (1987) examined the Kluckhohn and Strodtbeck value orientation model as it applies to different cultural groups. With respect to the “time orientation” dimension, Ho found that middle-class White Americans tend to resonate to the:

future

past-present

present

past

QUESTION 31

Ho (1987) examined the Kluckhohn and Strodtbeck value orientation model as it applies to different cultural groups. With respect to the “preferred mode of activity” dimension, Ho found that middle-class White Americans tend to believe in

being

being-in-becoming.

becoming

doing

QUESTION 32

Derald Wing Sue's worldview model examines the dimensions of

locus of control and locus of reason.

locus of responsibility and locus of concern.

locus of reason and locus of responsibility.

locus of responsibility and locus of control.

QUESTION 33

According to the Sue worldview model, the “American Dream” is based on

IC–IR.

EC–IR.                  

EC–ER.

IC–ER.

QUESTION 34

According to the Sue worldview model, learned helplessness is associated with the ________ quadrant.

EC-ER

IC-IR

EC-IR

EC-IR

QUESTION 35

According to the Sue worldview model, ethnic pride is associated with the ________ quadrant.

EC-IR

EC-ER

IC-IR

IC-ER

QUESTION 36

Your friend asks you the answer to a mathematics question and you begin talking about the picnic you had over the weekend. You are violating Grice’s Cooperative Principle maxim of:

manner

relevance

quality

quantity

QUESTION 37

The distance you stand from someone while speaking to them is a form of nonverbal communication called:

kinesics.

high-context communication.

proxemics.

paralanguage.

QUESTION 38

Stella's narrative about her discomfort about people in Korea violating her personal space is an example of ________ being different in Korea and the United States.

Proxemics

paralanguage

high-context communication

kinesics

QUESTION 39

Hand gestures while talking is an example of the nonverbal communication called:

kinesics

proxemics

paralanguage

high-context communication

QUESTION 40

Silences in conversations are examples of the nonverbal communication called:

high-context communication.

proxemics

kinesics                               

paralanguage

QUESTION 41

According to Ribeau et al. (1999), if a White man only talks with his African American co-worker about sports and music, he is engaging in:

negative stereotyping.

authenticity.

power dynamics.

personal expressiveness

QUESTION 42

When someone learns a second language that does not replace his/her original language, this is called:

language attrition.

subtractive bilingualism.

native bilingualism.

additive bilingualism.

QUESTION 43

___________ usually considered their move before they made the decision, and the move may be based on their desire to “do better” for their families.

residents

expatriots

refugees

immigrants

QUESTION 44

“I did not want to leave my family and I could not even say goodbye to them. I was forced to leave and all I got were only my ragged clothes.” This person is most likely  to be a/an ______________.

refugee

resident

homeless

immigrant

QUESTION 45

The “refugee career” discussed by Berry (1988, 1991) is in this order:

predeparture à flight à first asylum à claimant à settlement à adaptation

first asylum à flight à predeparture à adaptation à settlement à claimant

predeparture à first asylum à claimant à flight à settlement à adaptation

settlement à first asylum à flight à predeparture à adaptation à claimant

QUESTION 46

The feelings of anxiety and tension caused by the inability to adapt in a new country are known as:

acculturative stress

Immigrant Anxiety

Post-traumatic Stress Disorder

Acculturation

QUESTION 47

The individuals who are able hold on to their own values, beliefs, and culture, while learning and adapting to their host culture are called _______________,

assimilationists

separationists

integrationists

marginalists

QUESTION 48

Although Joe grew up in a predominantly Asian neighborhood, he did not feel as though he fit into Asian culture, nor did he like White people very much. Joe ended up joining an Asian gang, committing violent crimes, and dropping out of school. Joe is an example of a(n)

assimilationist

separationis

marginalist

integrationist

QUESTION 49

In the study conducted by Clark and Clark (1939), African American children viewed the _________ dolls as the most appealing.

Mexican

White

Black

Asian

QUESTION 50

Nigrescence is the process of

wishing you were not Black.

becoming cultured in the Black community

feeling ashamed of being Black

becoming Black.

QUESTION 51

Which of the following is the first stage of “nigrescence”?

encounter

Immersion/emersion

Internalization

Pre-encounter

QUESTION 52

Which stage in the process of “nigrescence” is the stage where individuals experience some significant or startling event that forces them to reevaluate their previous ideas about race?

Pre-encounter

Encounter

Immersion/emersion

Internalization

QUESTION 53

In Helms' first status of White racial identity development, contact:

White people are unaware and uninformed about racism.

White people are socialized with other races.

White people identify most with African Americans.

people are aware of racism

QUESTION 54

Which stage of Chicano/Latino identity development marks the beginning of a healthier and integrated ethnic identity, where the person increases his/her ethnic consciousness and reintegrates and reconnects with his/her ethnic identity and ethnic community?

Successful resolution

Consequence

Working through

Cognitive

QUESTION 55

According to Cass, the first stage that young people go through when questioning their sexual identity is ______________.

identity rejection

identity discovery

identity comparison

identity confusion

QUESTION 1

The term culture is typically used in everyday language to refer to all of the following  EXCEPT:

different types of music, art, and dance

Food, clothing, history, and traditions

Genetic determinants of behavior.

regular or expected behaviors of a particular group

QUESTION 2

Which of the following is NOT one of the six ways culture is used in everyday language?

Genetic

Prescriptive

Historical

Structural

QUESTION 3

Which of the following best defines descriptive culture?

The specific behaviors and activities associated with a culture.

The specific attitudes and beliefs associated with a culture

The rules that govern the behavior of a particular group.                              

A group’s heritage and traditions.

QUESTION 4

Traditional gender roles and machismo are examples of _________ culture.                     

structural

descriptive

historical

normative

QUESTION 5

Psychologists who study culture say that culture refers to all of the following EXCEPT:

the guiding beliefs or principles of a particular group of people.

the values of a particular group of people.

the behaviors or typical activities of a particular group of people.

an individual’s personal thoughts and beliefs regarding likes and dislikes.

QUESTION 6

Race differs from culture in that culture focuses on:

the degree to which one assimilates to a new surrounding.

the shared attitudes and beliefs of a group.

the socially constructed meaning of phenotypic differences.

biological differences.

QUESTION 7

-------------------refers to critical incidents where people from different cultural, ethnic, or linguistic backgrounds come into social contact with each other.

culture contact

ethnocentrism

introspection

ethnical psychology

QUESTION 8

Multicultural psychology is primarily concerned with behavior, cognition, and affect as they occur:

in inferior races of people.

in settings where people of many different backgrounds co-exist.

at the biological level.

in settings where everyone is the same.

QUESTION 9

The textbook defines culture as the values, beliefs, and practices of a group of people, shared through symbols

that are only practiced by the elders in the population.

and passed down from generation to generation

that die out from generation to generation.

that represent the phenotypic features shared by the population.

QUESTION 10

One of the major premises of multicultural psychology is that:

all behavior can be explained by genetic influences.

culture is too complex to be understood or studied effectively.

all behavior is learned and occurs in a cultural context.

all cultures are the same.

QUESTION 11

Which of the following is considered the “fourth force” in psychology?

behaviorism

psychoanalysis

humanistic psychology 

multicultural psychology

QUESTION 12

Multiculturalism emphasizes all of the following except

cultural pluralism.

analytic thinking involving multiple perspectives.

the imposition of one's values and beliefs on others.

change at the individual, organizational, and societal levels.

QUESTION 13

Cultural identity is comprised of:

race

gender

all of the above

sexual orientation

QUESTION 14

__________ is a movement that believes that only “good genes” should be passed from generation to generation and that “undesirable” groups should be prevented from reproducing.

eugenics

structuralism

popular genetics

ethnical psychology

QUESTION 15

Early psychological research conducted by Europeans and European Americans on racial group differences often concluded that:

members of other racial groups are inferior to Whites

we are all members of one race, the human race.

Whites are higher in intelligence, but other groups are higher in personality.

Whites are inferior to other races.

QUESTION 16

_______________________ involves the ability of individuals to take perspective on their immediate cultural, social, and political environment and to engage in critical dialogue with it.

social justice

multiculturalism

intersectionality

critical consciousness

QUESTION 17

From a biological perspective, race is determined by

phenotype, or the shared noticeable physical characteristics of a group.

the shared attitudes and beliefs of a group.

the shared language and history of a group.

the degree to which one assimilates into the dominant group.

QUESTION 18

Most differences between racial groups can be accounted for by

the percentage of genes that are different between groups.

none of the above—There are absolutely no differences in either genotype or phenotype between the groups.

patterns of migration and adaptation between the different groups.

the fact that different racial groups represent different species within the human race.

QUESTION 19

In his coming-out process, TaShaun struggled with the different parts of his identity. male, he has many privileges because he's in the dominant group. However, as a gay man, he faces homophobia, and as an African American, he faces racism. TaShaun's struggles around identity illustrate the concept of

intersectionality.

social institutions.

multicultural counseling and therapy

tolerance

QUESTION 20

The research findings of the Clark & Clark (1939) doll study played a crucial role in which of the following Supreme Court decisions?

Brown v. Board of Education                      

Plessy v. Ferguson

Loving v. Virginia

Roe v. Wade

QUESTION 21

Suppose that you are in a conversation with someone and that person tells you a lie.  According to Grice’s Cooperative Principle, that person is violating the maxim of:

quality

quantity

relevance

manner

QUESTION 22

The ________ approach attempts to find commonalities across cultures.

individualistic

etic

collectivistic

emic

QUESTION 23

The ________ approach examines only one culture from within that culture.

collectivistic

emic

etic

individualistic

QUESTION 24

The Mischel studies on delay of gratification were presented as an example of:

a correct interpretation across cultures.

imposed etics

imposed emics

a correct interpretation within a culture.

QUESTION 25

According to Triandis (1995), an individual who acts according to his/her own needs is:

collectivistic

individualistic

allocentric

idiocentric

QUESTION 26

Which of the following represents a countercultural individual, according to Triandis?

an allocentric individual in a collectivistic society.

an idiocentric individual in any type of society.

an idiocentric individual in an individualistic society.

an allocentric individual in an individualistic society.

QUESTION 27

Hofstede (1980) identified the masculine–feminine dimension, which Triandis renamed the ________ dimension.

left-right

angular–circular

vertical–horizontal

up–down

QUESTION 28

In collectivistic cultures:

guilt is a more important negative emotion than is shame.

shame is a more important negative emotion than is guilt.

guilt and shame are equally important negative emotions.

neither guilt nor shame are very important negative emotions

QUESTION 29

________ is when an individual extols the virtues of another person in public

guilt saving

Loss of face

shame saving

Giving face

QUESTION 30

Ho (1987) examined the Kluckhohn and Strodtbeck value orientation model as it applies to different cultural groups. With respect to the “time orientation” dimension, Ho found that middle-class White Americans tend to resonate to the:

future

past-present

present

past

QUESTION 31

Ho (1987) examined the Kluckhohn and Strodtbeck value orientation model as it applies to different cultural groups. With respect to the “preferred mode of activity” dimension, Ho found that middle-class White Americans tend to believe in

being

being-in-becoming.

becoming

doing

QUESTION 32

Derald Wing Sue's worldview model examines the dimensions of

locus of control and locus of reason.

locus of responsibility and locus of concern.

locus of reason and locus of responsibility.

locus of responsibility and locus of control.

QUESTION 33

According to the Sue worldview model, the “American Dream” is based on

IC–IR.

EC–IR.                  

EC–ER.

IC–ER.

QUESTION 34

According to the Sue worldview model, learned helplessness is associated with the ________ quadrant.

EC-ER

IC-IR

EC-IR

EC-IR

QUESTION 35

According to the Sue worldview model, ethnic pride is associated with the ________ quadrant.

EC-IR

EC-ER

IC-IR

IC-ER

QUESTION 36

Your friend asks you the answer to a mathematics question and you begin talking about the picnic you had over the weekend. You are violating Grice’s Cooperative Principle maxim of:

manner

relevance

quality

quantity

QUESTION 37

The distance you stand from someone while speaking to them is a form of nonverbal communication called:

kinesics.

high-context communication.

proxemics.

paralanguage.

QUESTION 38

Stella's narrative about her discomfort about people in Korea violating her personal space is an example of ________ being different in Korea and the United States.

Proxemics

paralanguage

high-context communication

kinesics

QUESTION 39

Hand gestures while talking is an example of the nonverbal communication called:

kinesics

proxemics

paralanguage

high-context communication

QUESTION 40

Silences in conversations are examples of the nonverbal communication called:

high-context communication.

proxemics

kinesics                               

paralanguage

QUESTION 41

According to Ribeau et al. (1999), if a White man only talks with his African American co-worker about sports and music, he is engaging in:

negative stereotyping.

authenticity.

power dynamics.

personal expressiveness

QUESTION 42

When someone learns a second language that does not replace his/her original language, this is called:

language attrition.

subtractive bilingualism.

native bilingualism.

additive bilingualism.

QUESTION 43

___________ usually considered their move before they made the decision, and the move may be based on their desire to “do better” for their families.

residents

expatriots

refugees

immigrants

QUESTION 44

“I did not want to leave my family and I could not even say goodbye to them. I was forced to leave and all I got were only my ragged clothes.” This person is most likely  to be a/an ______________.

refugee

resident

homeless

immigrant

QUESTION 45

The “refugee career” discussed by Berry (1988, 1991) is in this order:

predeparture à flight à first asylum à claimant à settlement à adaptation

first asylum à flight à predeparture à adaptation à settlement à claimant

predeparture à first asylum à claimant à flight à settlement à adaptation

settlement à first asylum à flight à predeparture à adaptation à claimant

QUESTION 46

The feelings of anxiety and tension caused by the inability to adapt in a new country are known as:

acculturative stress

Immigrant Anxiety

Post-traumatic Stress Disorder

Acculturation

QUESTION 47

The individuals who are able hold on to their own values, beliefs, and culture, while learning and adapting to their host culture are called _______________,

assimilationists

separationists

integrationists

marginalists

QUESTION 48

Although Joe grew up in a predominantly Asian neighborhood, he did not feel as though he fit into Asian culture, nor did he like White people very much. Joe ended up joining an Asian gang, committing violent crimes, and dropping out of school. Joe is an example of a(n)

assimilationist

separationis

marginalist

integrationist

QUESTION 49

In the study conducted by Clark and Clark (1939), African American children viewed the _________ dolls as the most appealing.

Mexican

White

Black

Asian

QUESTION 50

Nigrescence is the process of

wishing you were not Black.

becoming cultured in the Black community

feeling ashamed of being Black

becoming Black.

QUESTION 51

Which of the following is the first stage of “nigrescence”?

encounter

Immersion/emersion

Internalization

Pre-encounter

QUESTION 52

Which stage in the process of “nigrescence” is the stage where individuals experience some significant or startling event that forces them to reevaluate their previous ideas about race?

Pre-encounter

Encounter

Immersion/emersion

Internalization

QUESTION 53

In Helms' first status of White racial identity development, contact:

White people are unaware and uninformed about racism.

White people are socialized with other races.

White people identify most with African Americans.

people are aware of racism

QUESTION 54

Which stage of Chicano/Latino identity development marks the beginning of a healthier and integrated ethnic identity, where the person increases his/her ethnic consciousness and reintegrates and reconnects with his/her ethnic identity and ethnic community?

Successful resolution

Consequence

Working through

Cognitive

QUESTION 55

According to Cass, the first stage that young people go through when questioning their sexual identity is ______________.

identity rejection

identity discovery

identity comparison

identity confusion

 

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