Question 6Which of the following statements is TRUE?a.The best-supported evidence for the positive health outcomes for Hispanic-Americans is that only Hispanics who were healthy enough to make the long trip to the United States migrated there.b.The health advantages of Hispanic-Americans over European-Americans decrease the longer that they have lived in the United States.c.If you control for socioeconomic status, European-Americans and African-Americans do not differ in their health outcomes.d.There is no relationship between ethnicity and health.Question 7Which of the following statements about social anxiety disorders is TRUE?a.Social anxiety disorder appears to be a culture-bound disorder.b.East Asians receive more treatment for social anxiety disorder than do North Americans.c.The disorder manifests in North Americans as a preoccupation with making other people uncomfortable, but manifests in East Asians as a preoccupation with embarrassing the self in front of others.d.Although East Asians express more anxiety about engaging in socially inappropriate behavior, they are less likely than North Americans to be diagnosed with social anxiety disorder.Question 8Studies of rates of schizophrenia across nations find that…a.incidence rates of schizophrenia do not vary much from country to country.b.patients with schizophrenia in less developed countries tend to fare better over time than those from more developed countries.c.subtypes of schizophrenia vary substantially from country to country.d.All of these statements are true.Question 9How does cultural distance differ from cultural fit?a.Cultural distance refers to comparisons between cultures, whereas cultural fit refers to comparisons between the individual and a culture.b.Cultural fit refers to comparisons between cultures, whereas cultural distance refers to comparisons between the individual and a culture.c.Cultural fit refers to cultures that encourage a âmelting potâ acculturation strategy, whereas cultural distance refers to cultures that encourage a âmulticulturalismâ strategy.d.The two are just different ways of communicating the same concept.Question 10Jillian is Chinese-American. She participates in a frame-switching research study somewhat similar to the Hong et al (2000) study discussed in your textbook. Specifically, she is shown pictures of the American flag, Mickey Mouse, and cowboys, and then is asked to complete the statement, âI amâ¦â. How is Jillian likely to complete the statement?a.âI am artistic.âb.âI am someone who plays guitar in a band.âc.âI am a student at GVSU.âd.âI am different things to different people.âQuestion 11What is Adamsâ argument for why the concept of enemies is more salient for Ghanaians than North Americans?a.Africa is a more physically dangerous environment than is North America, so that any harmful behaviors of enemies are potentially more dangerous to the individual.b.Ghanaians have more of a prevention orientation than North Americans.c.North Americans are more self-enhancing and are convinced that everyone loves them. Even though people often have enemies, North Americans incorrectly perceive them to be their friends.d.North Americans are encouraged to create or maintain relationships if they stand to benefit from them, and enemies are not a benefit to them.