PSYC 2001 Week 1 Test – Cross Cultural Psychology (Fall 2022)


Category: PSYC 2001


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  1. A(n) is a strategy for problem-solving that reduces complex information and time-consuming tasks to more simple, rapid, and efficient judgmental operations, particularly in reaching decisions under conditions of uncertainty.
  2. The term refers to a set of attitudes, behaviors, and symbols shared by a group of people and usually communicated from one generation to the next.
  3. Any systematic error in attribution that derives from people’s efforts to satisfy their own personal needs, such as the desire for approval by others, high self-esteem, power, or prestige, is called.
  4. What is the term for a cultural heritage shared by a category of people who also share a common ancestral origin, language, and religion?
  5. is the act of thinking about thinking, engaging in critical analysis, and evaluation of the thinking process.
  6. According to evolutionary psychologist Geoffrey Miller, the brain, like the peacock’s tail, is designed through evolution to .
  7. A large group of people distinguished by certain similar and genetically transmitted physical characteristics is called a(n) .
  8. What is the representativeness heuristic?
  9. The view that supports judgment about other ethnic, national, or cultural groups and events from the observer’s own ethnic, national, or cultural group’s outlook is called.
  10. Why was the fundamental attribution error labeled “fundamental” by Lee Ross?