The beginning of the existence of social psychology as a special discipline is considered to be ..

1. early 18th century

2. beginning of the 19th century

3. 1879

4. 1908

Close in meaning to the category of destructive human behavior is the term …….. behavior

conservative

indicative

deviant

progressive

A relationship of significance that connects a person with another person or group of persons is called …

– facilitation

– reference

– conformism

– rigidity

The group to which the individual relates himself psychologically, while focusing on its values and norms, is defined as …

– reference

– formal

-contact

-small

Understanding the emotional state of another person is a skill…

-interpersonal communication

-perception and understanding of each other

– interpersonal interaction

-group interaction

Social psychology studies…

1. physiological foundations of mental activity

2.cognitive, emotional-volitional processes, character, temperament

3.mass mental phenomena: crowd behavior, panic, rumors, fashion

4.family, study and labor groups

At the beginning of the twentieth century, they initiated the study of the influence of the primary group on their members in the process of performing any activity by them …

1.R.Jail and N.Tripplet

2.G.I.Chelpanov and V.M.Bekhterev

3. S. L. Rubinshtein and A. N. Leontiev

4. V. Mede and G. Allport

It does not apply to the signs of a small group …

1. perception and understanding of each other by people

2.contact

3. the presence of a common goal

4. the presence of two or more people

According to the theory of E. Berne, the elements that make up the interaction are …

1.transactional reaction

2.means of interaction

3.non-verbal information

4.transactional incentive

The methods of empirical research in social psychology include …

1.observation

2.communication training

3.simulation

4. test

In the study of personality in social psychology, the most important place is occupied by the problem …

1.Ability

2.thinking

3.social setting

4.Temperament

The psychology of peoples, according to W. Wundt, should analyze …

1.representations, images, knowledge

2.behavior, instincts, reactions

3.Language, myths, customs, art

4.mass psychology

In the structure of communication, parties are distinguished …

1.communicative

2. sensitive

3. perceptual

4.emotive

The identification of an individual with certain people or groups, which allows one to assimilate a variety of norms, attitudes and forms of behavior, is called …

1. suggestion

2.imitation

Z.identification

4.conformity

Submission to authority in the group is not conducive …

1.Customization

2. Proximity and legitimacy of authority

3.lack of professional knowledge

4.institutionality

The type of conformal behavior, manifested in the fact that a person behaves “as is customary”, remaining “with his own opinion”, is called …

1.inertia

2.passivity

3.endorsement

4. Compliance

In the discussion about the subject of social psychology, there are directions …

1.psychologically oriented

2.psychoanalytic

3.behavioral

4. sociologically oriented

Sociometry allows you to evaluate …

1.formal group structure

2.level of group cohesion

3. communication barriers

4.compatibility of group members

The mass, the public, the crowd are examples of groups…

1.membership

2.formal

3.primary

4.natural

Forms of the sociometric procedure…

1.indirect

2.non-parametric

3.straight

4.parametric

The pre-labor stage of socialization is carried out by such a social institution(s) as …

1.peer groups

2.family, preschool children’s institutions, school

3.work team

4. various public organizations

Victimization refers to the processes that cause the transformation of a person into …:

1. optimist

2. conformist

3. a victim of circumstances and other people’s violence

4. despot

The term “social perception” means…:

1. perception in the process of interpersonal interaction

2. exchange of information

3. the process of perception of “social objects”

4. interaction strategy

Social perception, imagination, intelligence, characteristics of interpersonal evaluation refer to…:

1) qualities that ensure the development and use of social abilities

2) qualities that are formed in the interaction of members of the group and as a result of its social influence

3) qualities that ensure the development and use of artistic abilities

4) to more general qualities associated with social behavior and personality positions

E.S. Kuzmin proposed to identify such methods of social psychology as …:

1. observation, experiment

2. survey, experiment

3. experiment, simulation

4. analysis of products of human activity, instrumental methods

Identification in the process of communication is …:

1. a person’s awareness of how he is perceived by a communication partner

2. likening yourself to another person

3. affectively colored self-understanding

4. one way of understanding another person

The signs of a small group do NOT include …:

1. the presence of two or more people

2. perception and understanding of each other by people

3. having a common goal

4. contact

In the study of personality in social psychology, the most important place is occupied by the problem …:

1. temperament

2. social setting

3. thinking

4. abilities

The methods of socio-psychological influence in social psychology, according to A.L. Zhuravlev, include …:

1. formation of a favorable socio-psychological climate

2. sociometry

3. counseling

4. content analysis

Communication barriers in relationships arise if…:

1. interacting parties experience antipathy towards each other

2. participants in communication are carriers of different subcultures

3. negative feelings appear in the process of contact

4. interacting parties feel sympathy for each other

At the beginning of the twentieth century, they initiated the study of the influence of the primary group on their members in the process of performing any activity by them …:

1. S.L. Rubinstein and A.N. Leontiev

2. V. Mede and G. Allport

3. R. Jale and N. Triplet

4. G.I. Chelpanov and V.M. Bekhterev

The phenomenon of group influence, which is an increase in the dominant reactions of an individual in the presence of other persons, is called …:

1. deindividualization

2. social facilitation

3. affiliation

4. depersonalization

Methods of social psychology, according to the classification of A.L. Sventsitsky, are the methods…:

1. interdisciplinary

2. hardware

3. managerial and educational impact

4. empirical research

Depersonalization techniques that allow increasing the anonymity and anonymity of an individual do NOT include …:

wearing masks

camouflage clothing

Emphasizing your individuality

the use of aliases

The desire to achieve satisfaction of one’s interests to the detriment of another is … (2 answers)

1 confrontation

2 fixture

3 compromise

4 rivalry

The mesofactors that affect the socialization of a person do not apply …

1 planet

2 type of settlement

3 ethno-cultural conditions

4 regional terms

As a universal principle for explaining social phenomena, she used the principle of imitation …

1 mass psychology

2 psychoanalytic theory

3 cultural-historical theory

4 psychology of peoples

The perceptual side of communication involves …

1 proficiency in oral speech

2 interaction process

3 influence on a partner

4 communication partner perception

The process and result of the assimilation and active reproduction of social experience is called …

1 socialization

2 adaptability

3 rationalization

4 manipulation

The main branches of social psychology are … (2 answers)

1 psychology of management, psychology of social impact, psychology of communication, psychology of conflict relations

2 age psychology, general psychology, psychology of different types of labor, family psychology

3 family psychology, psychology of religion, political psychology, ethnic psychology

4 educational psychology, ethnic psychology, medical psychology, psychodiagnostics

Communication functions include…( 2 answers)

1 innovative

2 influencing function

3 emotive

4 pedagogical

The main trends in the development of socio-psychological research methods are … (2 answers)

1 reducing the formalization of the measurement procedure

2 reduction in the importance of methods that minimize the subjective influence of the researcher on the process of collecting information

3 “computerization” of methods

4 improving the reliability of the methods used to collect empirical information

The identification of an individual with certain people or groups, which allows one to assimilate a variety of norms, attitudes and forms of behavior, is called …

1 suggestion

2 imitation

3 identification

4 conformity

Submission to authority in the group is not conducive …

1 individualization

2 Proximity and legitimacy of authority

3 lack of professional knowledge

4 institutional

The term “interactive side of communication” means … (2 answers)

1 interpersonal interaction

2 exchange of information between communicating

3 people’s perception of each other

4 direct organization of joint activities

Social psychology studies …(2 answers)

1 mass mental phenomena: crowd behavior, panic, rumors, fashion

2 physiological bases of mental activity

3 family, study and labor groups

4 cognitive, emotional-volitional processes, character, temperament

E. Mayo’s experiments investigating the influence of informal relations between group members on labor productivity. Relate to _______ stage.

1 modern

2 prescientific

3 phenomenological

4 scientific and experimental

In the discussion about the subject of social psychology, there are directions … ( 2 answers)

1 psychoanalytic

2 behavioral

3 sociologically oriented

4 psychologically oriented

The tasks of social psychology include … ( 2 answers)

1 correction of deviant behavior of people

2 forecasting political and national processes in the development of the state and society

3 study of the psychological characteristics of human labor activity

4 analysis of interaction, communication and relationships of people

The process and result of the assimilation and active reproduction of social experience is called …

1.manipulation

2.adaptability

3.streamlining

4.socialization

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