CRT 205 Chapter 5 Psychological Fallacies Quiz I

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Chapter 5 Psychological Fallacies Quiz IOut of 29 questions, you answered 29 correctly with a final grade of 100%29 correct (100%)0 incorrect (0%)0 unanswered (0%)Your Results:The correct answer for each question is indicated by a . Top of FormFrom the list below, select the name of the rhetorical device that best describes the situation.1 CORRECTName the rhetorical device that tries to sidetrack someone by bringing up a related but irrelevant topic.A)appeal to popularityB)bandwagonC)subjectivist fallacyD)common practiceE)smokescreen2 CORRECTName the rhetorical device that is based on the view called relativism, that what is true for one is not true for another.A)peer pressureB)ridiculeC)appeal to pityD)smokescreenE)subjectivist fallacy3 CORRECTName the rhetorical device that encourages the acceptance of a claim on the grounds that it is already accepted by some substantial number of others.A)two wrongs make a rightB)appeal to popularityC)wishful thinkingD)common practiceE)apple polishing4 CORRECTName the rhetorical device that tries to justify an action on the grounds that it is normal behavior, accepted by all or most people.A)peer pressureB)apple polishingC)appeal to angerD)subjectivist fallacyE)common practice5 CORRECTName the rhetorical device that argues for a course of action on the grounds that taking this cou

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