Group Properties (Page 1 of 1)



Directions: The following questions refer to CITIZENS OF AMERICA
Instructions: Please rate each group on the extent to which citizens of America are generally capable of experiencing each of the following emotions.


Happiness

not at all very much


Anger

not at all very much


Hope

not at all very much


Greed

not at all very much


Enjoyment

not at all very much


Fear

not at all very much


Fascination

not at all very much


Culpapility

not at all very much


Excitement

not at all very much


Pain

not at all very much


Optimism

not at all very much


Pessimism

not at all very much


Pleasure

not at all very much


Fright

not at all very much


Pride

not at all very much


Shame

not at all very much



Instructions: Please rate each group on the extent to which CITIZENS OF AMERICA generally possess each of the following traits.




Broad-minded

not at all very much


Disorganized

not at all very much


Active

not at all very much


Impatient

not at all very much


Humble

not at all very much


Ignorant

not at all very much


Curious

not at all very much


Impulsive

not at all very much


Polite

not at all very much


Rude

not at all very much


Friendly

not at all very much


Jealous

not at all very much


Thorough

not at all very much


Stingy

not at all very much


Fun-loving

not at all very much


Shy

not at all very much




Directions: The following questions refer to CITIZENS OF AMERICA



Please look at the pairs of circles below.

Please select the number corresponding to the pair of circles that best describes the relationship between you and citizens of America.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7


1. To what degree do you think that citizens of America interact with each other?

not at all very much


2. To what degree do you think that citizens of America communicate with each other?

not at all very much


3. To what degree do you think that citizens of America work independently from each other?

not at all very much


4. To what degree do you think that citizens of America have influence over each other’s actions?

not at all very much


5. To what degree do you think that citizens of America have the same goals?

not at all very much


6. Some groups have sharper boundaries than others. For some, membership is clear-cut, definite, and of an “either/or” variety; people either belong to the group or they do not. For other groups, membership is more “fuzzy”; people belong to the group to varying degrees. The group "citizens of America" is:

clear cut fuzzy


7. Membership in some groups is easy to change; it is easy for members to become non-members. Membership in other groups is relatively immutable; it is difficult for category members to become non-members. The group "citizens of America" is:

easily changed not easily changed


8. Some groups allow people to make many judgments about their members; knowing that someone belongs to the category tells us a lot about that person. Other groups only allow a few judgments about their members; knowledge of membership is not very informative. The group "citizens of America" allows:

few judgments/uninformative many judgments/informative


9. Some groups have an underlying reality; although their members have similarities and differences on the surface, underneath they are all basically the same. Other groups also have similarities and differences on the surface, but do not correspond to an underlying reality. The group "citizens of America" has:

underlying reality or sameness no underlying reality or sameness


10. In the box below, please indicate how warm or cold you feel toward citizens of America on a scale from 1 to 100.
1 = very cold, 100 = very warm



11. Please indicate how large or small the group "citizens of America" is.

very small very large


12. Please indicate the degree to which citizens of America are likely to be similar.

very dissimilar very similar


13. Please indicate how familiar you are with citizens of America.

very unfamiliar very familiar


14. Some groups are more natural than others. Citizens of America are:

artificial natural


15. Some groups are more stable over time than others; they have existed and their characteristics have not changed much throughout history. Other groups are less stable; their characteristics have changed substantially over time, and they may not have always existed. Citizens of America are:

unstable overtime/changes much stable over time/changes little




Directions: The following questions refer to your CITIZENS OF GERMANY
Instructions: Please rate each group on the extent to which citizens of Germany are generally capable of experiencing each of the following emotions.


Happiness

not at all very much


Anger

not at all very much


Hope

not at all very much


Greed

not at all very much


Enjoyment

not at all very much


Fear

not at all very much


Fascination

not at all very much


Culpapility

not at all very much


Excitement

not at all very much


Pain

not at all very much


Optimism

not at all very much


Pessimism

not at all very much


Pleasure

not at all very much


Fright

not at all very much


Pride

not at all very much


Shame

not at all very much



Instructions: Please rate each group on the extent to which CITIZENS OF GERMANY generally possess each of the following traits.




Broad-minded

not at all very much


Disorganized

not at all very much


Active

not at all very much


Impatient

not at all very much


Humble

not at all very much


Ignorant

not at all very much


Curious

not at all very much


Impulsive

not at all very much


Polite

not at all very much


Rude

not at all very much


Friendly

not at all very much


Jealous

not at all very much


Thorough

not at all very much


Stingy

not at all very much


Fun-loving

not at all very much


Shy

not at all very much



Directions: The following questions refer to CITIZENS OF GERMANY.



Please look at the pairs of circles below.

Please select the number corresponding to the pair of circles that best describes the relationship between you and citizens of Germany.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7


1. To what degree do you think that citizens of Germany interact with each other?

not at all very much


2. To what degree do you think that citizens of Germany communicate with each other?

not at all very much


3. To what degree do you think that the citizens of Germany work independently from each other?

not at all very much


4. To what degree do you think that the citizens of Germany have influence over each other’s actions?

not at all very much


5. To what degree do you think that the citizens of Germany have the same goals?

not at all very much


6. Some groups have sharper boundaries than others. For some, membership is clear-cut, definite, and of an “either/or” variety; people either belong to the group or they do not. For other groups, membership is more “fuzzy”; people belong to the group to varying degrees. The group "citizens of Germany" is:

clear cut fuzzy


7. Membership in some groups is easy to change; it is easy for members to become non-members. Membership in other groups is relatively immutable; it is difficult for category members to become non-members. The group "citizens of Germany" is:

easily changed not easily changed


8. Some groups allow people to make many judgments about their members; knowing that someone belongs to the category tells us a lot about that person. Other groups only allow a few judgments about their members; knowledge of membership is not very informative. The group "citizens of Germany" allows:

few judgments/uninformative many judgments/informative


9. Some groups have an underlying reality; although their members have similarities and differences on the surface, underneath they are all basically the same. Other groups also have similarities and differences on the surface, but do not correspond to an underlying reality. The group "citizens of Germany" has:

underlying reality or sameness no underlying reality or sameness


10. In the box below, please indicate how warm or cold you feel toward citizens of Germany on a scale from 1 to 100.
1 = very cold, 100 = very warm



11. Please indicate how large or small the group "citizens of Germany" is.

very small very large


12. Please indicate the degree to which the citizens of Germany are likely to be similar.

very dissimilar very similar


13. Please indicate how familiar you are with citizens of Germany.

very unfamiliar very familiar


14. Some groups are more natural than others. Citizens of Germany are:

artificial natural


15. Some groups are more stable over time than others; they have existed and their characteristics have not changed much throughout history. Other groups are less stable; their characteristics have changed substantially over time, and they may not have always existed. Citizens of Germany are:

unstable overtime/changes much stable over time/changes little


Demographic Information




What is your race/ethnicity?
    White
    Black
    Asian
    Latino/a
    Native American
    Middle Eastern
    Multiracial/Other
What is your gender?
    Male
    Female
What is your age?
Please indicate your education level:
    Some high school
    High school graduate
    2 year college degree/some college
    Bachelor's degree
    Master's or J.D.
    M.D. or Ph.D.
Please indicate your family's income:
    less than $15,000
    $15,001 - $30,000
    $30,001 - $45,000
    $45,001 - $60,000
    $60,001 - $75,000
    $75,001 - $90,000
    $90,001 - $105,000
    more than $105,000
Which university do you attend?
    USC
    CSULB
If you attend CSULB, please enter the last four digits of your student ID number to recieve credit.
Are you an American citizen?
    Yes
    No