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    Default Which of these Five Questions is True and which is False?

    1. To change the way people behave, you must first change their attitudes.
    2. The more you’re rewarded for an activity, the more you’ll enjoy it.
    3. When people decide things as a group, they usually make more moderate decisions than an individual deciding alone.
    4. If they are alone, people are less likely to help someone on the street who may be in trouble.
    5. On average, heterosexual men have more sexual partners than heterosexual women.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    1. To change the way people behave, you must first change their attitudes.
    2. The more you’re rewarded for an activity, the more you’ll enjoy it.
    3. When people decide things as a group, they usually make more moderate decisions than an individual deciding alone.
    4. If they are alone, people are less likely to help someone on the street who may be in trouble.
    5. On average, heterosexual men have more sexual partners than heterosexual women.
    Oh, and please try not to cheat by googling the answer.

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    Five questions?
    More like five statements.

    1. Not necessarily.
    2. Depends on the individual.
    3. Moderate decisions in what sense?
    4. No, because: bystander effect.
    5. Probably true.

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    Interesting questions. Sounds like a true/false test set, so it might be relative and up to the eyes of the beholder

    1. No. It is not my job to change peoples attitudes. Everybody must change her/his attitudes for him-/herself. But I have to agree that you cannot change your behaviour without having changed your attitudes and values.
    2. No, not exactly. It depends if you enjoy rewards or if you are not interested in. Sometimes people do actions from the heart on a selfless basis and they do not want a reward. But in most cases it can be said, that people awarded for their effort are more likely to make other efforts more voluntarily.
    3. I think that you mean more moderate decisions in the sense of finding a mediating compromise on all parts. Yes, in a group you have partners, which need to be considered, each for their own, with all their single opinions that do not match all the time. You have to talk to come to a common agreement. As an individual you are deciding first for yourself, but even here you are not free to do or to decide without hurting the liberty of decision of others. In my eyes, regarding each aspect (in group or individual) you have to consider others in your decisions.
    4. Here, I agree with you. Nowadays a lot of traps are placed for people who would like to help by criminals, so they are in fear when they are alone and less when they are in twos. But mostly people are blind-folded when something happened in the street like the three monkeys (not hear, not see, not talk) - because they are afraid of being endangered. But you need not endanger yourself. If you do, it is just so easy to grab your handy and dial the SOS or police. Even that can be called a great help without endangering yourself.
    5. I do not agree on this one, because it is up to the individual and it is not up to gender.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    [*]To change the way people behave, you must first change their attitudes.
    True for the most part.
    [*]The more you’re rewarded for an activity, the more you’ll enjoy it.
    Depends on how you're rewarded, but if it causes a dopamine response then true. Rewarded is a bit vague.
    [*]When people decide things as a group, they usually make more moderate decisions than an individual deciding alone.
    False?
    [*]If they are alone, people are less likely to help someone on the street who may be in trouble.
    False?
    [*]On average, heterosexual men have more sexual partners than heterosexual women.
    No idea honestly, probably false though.
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    1–3 aren't even in the realm of truth/falsehood: the truth of the first two depends on the people to whom they are applied, and the meaning of "moderate" is somewhat subjective in this context.
    Do not assume.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lead Guitar Wankery View Post
    1–3 aren't even in the realm of truth/falsehood: the truth of the first two depends on the people to whom they are applied, and the meaning of "moderate" is somewhat subjective in this context.
    It's a forced choice questionnaire: true, or false. No in between. No ambiguity. No copping out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    It's a forced choice questionnaire: true, or false. No in between. No ambiguity. No copping out.
    How much do you like young boys:
    A) A lot.
    B) Very much.

    No copping out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    How much do you like young boys:
    A) A lot.
    B) Very much.

    No copping out.
    Good, now you can make a thread especially for yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    Good, now you can make a thread especially for yourself.
    Is there a reason you're refusing to answer the question??

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