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SYNERGY ANSWERS. Ethnopsychology tests with answers. 93/100 points Excellent. All answers are highlighted in the file.
Ethnic conflict is defined as a form of...
conflict between the individual and the group
intergroup conflict
interpersonal conflict
constructive conflict

The first issue of the "Journal of Peoples´ Psychology and Linguistics" is published in ...
1859
1849
1869
1879

It is not true that the national character is manifested in relation to ...
yourself
labor
the world around
own and other ethnic communities

A person´s conscious acceptance of relevant cultural norms is called ... identity
cultural
ethnic
class
racial

Ethnic identity is defined as ... attitude towards history, customs of an ethnic group
valuable
subjective
object
subject

Ethnic stereotypes are simplified images of ... objects
social
philosophical
cultural
industrial

Ethnic psychology should study collective ...
experiences
sentiments
the senses
emotions

The primitive worldview and the beginning of religion, according to W. Wund, is ...
myths
customs
traditions
customs

The internal readiness of an individual for a specific manifestation of feelings is defined as national ...
installations
beliefs
stereotypes
prejudice

The conflict between Georgia and Abkhazia is an example…
ethnic conflict
interindividual conflict
conflict between associations
motivational conflict

A deep level of collective and individual consciousness...
called mentality
called national character
called an ethnos
speaks of belonging to a national group

The founders of the birth of ethnopsychology as a science were ...
Hippocrates and Herodotus
Hippocrates and Socrates
Herodotus and Democritus
Socrates and Democritus

Allocate ... psychological culture of ethnic groups
3 components
2 components
4 components
5 components

The name "ethnopsychology" comes from the Latin concept "..."
tribe, people
family
soul
Group

Ethnic identity includes...
2 components
3 components
4 components
5 components

Ethnic conflict is based on ... between groups
competition
cooperation
adaptation
avoidance

It is not true that the main properties of ethnic stereotypes include ...
different opinions about the stereotype among members of the same group
resilience to new information
rigidity to new information
intensity of prevalence among members of the described group

The object of study of ethnopsychology is ... peoples in all their diversity
peculiarities
patterns
nomothetic properties
characteristics

The desire for collectivism, mutual assistance is characteristic of ... mentality
Russian
European
Scandinavian
American

M.D. Herskovitz defined culture as...reality
psychological
anthropological
sociological
philosophical

A. Teschfel is the author of the theory ...
social identity
social categorization
transactional analysis
"scapegoat"

The statement "Every Russian has his own bear" is an example of an ethnic
stereotype
prejudice
attitude
beliefs

It is not true that W. Wundt considered it necessary to investigate ... the people
spirit
myths
language
customs

A clear identification with one´s ethnic group occurs in ...
8–9 years old
4–5 years
10–11 years old
6–7 years

The primitive worldview and the beginning of religion, according to W. Wund, is ...
myths
customs
traditions
customs

Ethnopsychology is related to disciplines such as…
psychological anthropology, comparative cultural studies and psychology of intercultural relations
psychology of intercultural relations
psychological anthropology
comparative cultural studies

It is not true that the sister discipline to ethnopsychology is...
philosophy
sociology
linguistics
biology

He was the first in Russia to teach a course in ethnopsychology...
G.G. Shpet
ON THE. Berdyaev
A.F. Losev
A.I. Vvedensky

M. Sherif is defined as a supporter of the theory ...
real conflict
inst

Additional information

W. Wundt proposed to consider as an object of study of ethnopsychology ...
language, myths, customs
language, material culture, spiritual culture
myths, inner form of language, spiritual culture
customs, communication processes, material culture

Ethnocultural socialization consists of ... socialization
ethnic and cultural
ethnic and class
racial and class
cultural and racial

Ethnopsychology studies ... from different peoples
psychological aspects of interethnic relations
patterns of mental variation
psychological aspects of gender relations
psychological aspects of deviant behavior

Feeling proud of one´s country is an example...
ethnic features of the psyche
national character
national identity
ethnic stereotypes

A political movement that demands the separation of the territory of residence from the territory of the country is an example of ... conflict
secession
socio-economic
status
territorial

Values, value orientations, behavior patterns - this is an example of ... a component of the psychological culture of ethnic groups
formative
representative
regulatory
cognitive

The psychological features that distinguish one people from another are called ...
national character
national feelings
national emotions
national sentiment

In ethnopsychology allocate ... to the study of ethnopsychological phenomena
three main approaches
two main approaches
four main approaches
five main approaches

It is not true that national settings ...
are distinguished by a high degree of liberality (in their content)
contain pronounced and quite definite images
passed down from generation to generation
always mediate the actions and behavior of a person as a representative of a particular ethnic community

Features of the educational process are studying ..., which is associated with ethnopsychology
social Psychology
age-related psychology
industrial psychology
social pedagogy

Pride in one´s country is an example of ... a shade of national feeling
positive
negative
neutral
ambiguous

Identity Type "B" is...
mono-ethnic identity with a foreign ethnic group
mono-ethnic identity with one´s own ethnic group
bi-ethnic identity
marginal ethnic identity

The demand for civil equality is an example of ... conflict
socio-economic
cultural and linguistic
political
territorial

Interethnic conflict (from the point of view of sociology) is defined as a conflict ... - on the other
ethnic group, on the one hand, and the state
ethnic group, on the one hand, and the other group
the state, on the one hand, and the ethnic minority
the state, on the one hand, and the ethnic majority

Psychological anthropology in its research relies on ...
emic approach
ethical approach
etic and emic approaches
functional research approach

Montesquieu argued that the determining factor in the development of the people is ...
habitat climate
religion
habitat
surrounding landscape

The mental similarity of individuals belonging to a particular people is defined as ...
folk spirit
nationality
nationality
folk character

Nation is characterized by closeness…
languages, territories and mental make-up of a person
mental make-up of the personality
territories
languages

Right-wing authoritarianism as a psychological construct includes…
3 components
5 components
2 components
4 components

The idea of ​​a national character was proposed by ...
D. Hume
G. Spencer
D. Gartley
J. Beckrley

The model for measuring ethnic identity is based on...
4 parameters
2 parameters
3 parameters
5 parameters

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