Psychology : Bandura, Ross, and Ross’s research showed
Subject: Psychology / General Psychology
Please select the correct option choice for each question below:
1. Bandura, Ross, and Ross’s research showed what difference between boys and girls?
• Playing with dolls helps girls to develop empathy, but not boys
• Boys are more likely to imitate a male model’s physical aggression than girls are
• Boys prefer to aggress against other children, while girls prefer to aggress against dolls
• Boys are less likely to play with dolls than girls
• Which two emotions did Ekman and Friesen’s research participants have some trouble distinguishing?
2. Which two emotions did Ekman and Friesen’s research participants have some trouble distinguishing?
• Anger and disgust
• Fear and disgust
• Fear and surprise
• Sadness and fear
3. Research following Ekman’s study of emotional expressions found that which facial feature is extremely important to facial recognition?
4. What did Bandura, Ross, and Ross’s “Bobo doll” research show?
• When children “vent” (act out) their frustration and anger by beating up a large inflatable doll, they become less likely to act in aggressive ways later
• That children could learn to engage in specific aggressive behaviors merely by observing them
• That children who play with dolls are more likely than other children to develop empathy
• That children are naturally aggressive
5. Bandura, Ross, and Ross’s “Bobo doll” research laid the groundwork for over 40 years of research on:
• The influence of playing with dolls on children’s interpersonal relationships
• The effects of playing with gender-specific toys as children on adults’ sexual relationships
• How toys can best be marketed to young children
• The effects on children of viewing violence in person and in the media
6. What did Ekman and Friesen conclude from their research on facial expressions?
• People around the world agree on the facial expressions that represent happiness and sadness but not other emotions
• Particular facial expressions are universally associated with particular emotions
• People do not feel an emotion unless it registers on their face
• People who live in isolated primitive societies and never see modern Westerners are unable to recognize emotions from facial expressions