Chapter 1 1. The term culture is typically used in everyday language to refer to all of the following EXCEPT: a. regular or expected behaviors of a particular group. b. different types of music, art, and dance. c. Food, clothing, history, and traditions. d. Genetic determinants of behavior. Why is that choice not used to describe culture? Question 2 of 8 2. “We know that when we are stressed, our immune system is weakened, and we are more likely to get sick.” This quotation illustrates which level of the Biopsychosocial model? a. Biological b. Cultural c. Social-Interpersonal d. Cognitive-Affective Explain why this is the best answer. Question 3 of 8 10.0 Points 3. Describe the five levels of the biopsychosocial model and how behavior is explained at each of these levels. Question 4 of 8 10.0 Points Chapter 2 4. Yolanda has her research participants rate how much they like two new soft drinks. Their ratings are on a scale from 1 to 10. She finds that most people rated an orange drink higher than a strawberry drink. Yolanda is using ________ data to come to conclusions about the drinks. a. quantitative b. qualitative c. nominal d. normal Why is this the best answer? Question 5 of 8 10.0 Points 5. Describe Hayes’ (1996) ADRESSING model. What factors does Hayes bring to the discussion of multicultural research that other models may overlook? Question 6 of 8 10.0 Points 6. “External validity” suggests that a. we can generalize our findings to broader populations. b. our changes in the experiment made a difference. c. changes in the experiment may have been influenced by events out of our control. d. external reviewers examined our results. Explain why you selected this choice. Question 7 of 8 10.0 Points Chapter 3 7. Suppose you are asked to do a project that requires you to work late in the library on campus. Or suppose you want to jog though the park at dusk. How does the worldview of the average female differ from the worldview of the typical male on matters such as these? Question 8 of 8 10.0 Points 8. Discuss how the gay, lesbian, or bisexual worldview differs from the straight (heterosexual) worldview.