Jan '21
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MCAT Question of the Day | MCAT Course


  • Q:

    Which of the following best describes the difference between a high- and low-warmth stereotype?

     

    A

    High warmth stereotypes include groups of people who are emotionally close to a person while low-warmth stereotypes include groups of people who are not within an individual's social circle.

    B

    High warmth stereotypes include groups of people who have a desirable trait or accomplishment while low-warmth stereotypes include groups of people who have an undesirable trait or accomplishment.

    C

    High warmth stereotypes are used for people who have social status while low-warmth stereotypes are used for people who lack social status.

    D

    High warmth stereotypes are used for the destitute while low warmth stereotypes are used for the affluent.




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