1) _________ is a phenomenon that occurs when researchers think all members of an ethnic or racial group are similar and share a number of characteristics.
- aassumption of intergroup homogeneity
- bassumption of intragroup heterogeneity
- cassumption of intragroup homogeneity
- dassumption of intergroup heterogeneity
2) Responsible, culturally appropriate research requires _______________.
- abeing aware of cultural, racial, and ethnic characteristics
- breflecting on the role that culture, race, and ethnicity play in shaping behavior
- cbeing responsible and sensitive to unique ethical concerns
- dall of the above
3) Individuals who have been enslaved or colonized and may have experienced difficulty assimilating are involuntary migrants.
4) What are the limitations to experimental research?
- acontrolled settings can result in a sample size that is not representative of the general population or limited generalizability
- bmaintaining confidentiality
- cdepends greatly on a facilitator
- duses deceitful ways to enter participant community
5) All research participants must receive _______, where they are given information about the purpose of the research, its procedures, its potential benefits and risks, the voluntary nature of their participation, and their ability to ask questions and abandon the study if they choose.
- aimplied consent
- binferred consent
- cinformed consent
- dcoerced consent
6) Which of the following responses best reflects the use of appropriate research instruments that take into account the process of contextualization and culturally appropriate research?
- aasking individuals with limited fluency in English to answer survey questions that are only in English
- basking blind people to point at images on a computer as they answer a series of questions being posed to them
- cproviding translators and cultural mediators for participants that speak a different language than the researcher
- dproviding a consent form that conceals information from the participant
7) ________ of results produces data that highlight key demographic characteristics such as gender, national origin or ancestry.
8) Transferability refers to ___________.
- athe act of sharing your findings
- bmaking sure that the findings produced in a laboratory can also be found outside the walls of the university
- chaving results that are specific to a laboratory setting
- dhaving research equipment that is equivalent across groups of people
9) Interviews conducted among Latino participants sought to evaluate parent-child dynamics. Knowing that Latinos hold distant relatives with high-esteem, participants were asked to respond questions about their interactions with their immediate family and extended relatives. This research method used ______ as a research instrument to ensure the questions were relevant to cultural values.
- aconceptual equivalence
- becological validity
10) It is irrelevant to the study of multicultural psychology to look at the interpersonal relationships as well as how culture, race, and ethnicity affects human behavior.
11) ________ response is the tendency to agree with the statements being presented by the researcher.
12) ________ require(s) complete collaboration between researcher and community partners in identifying the research question, research design, data collection and data analysis, and dissemination of findings.
- bfocus groups
- dparticipatory Action Research
13) Refugees receive a temporary or long-term permission to live and work in the United States.
14) Analyzing data that has been collected in previous studies is known as ________.
- aprimary data analysis
- bcase studies analysis
- cethnographic analysis
- dsecondary data analysis
15) What are the possible limitations to interview translations?
- aliteral translations
- bforward translations
- climited translators
- dall of the above