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PSYC 308 Study Guide - Winter 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Working Memory, Stereotype, Social Psychology

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PSYC 308- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 15 pages long!)

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UBCPSYC 308Benjamin CheungWinter

[PSYC 308] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (95 pages long)

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Is the scientific study of how people"s affect, behaviour, cognition are influenced by the real or imagined presence of other people. Involves observat
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PSYC 308 Study Guide - Henri Tajfel, Collectivism, Minority Group

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PSYC 308 Study Guide - Collectivism, Fokker E.Ii

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PSYC 308 Study Guide - Final Guide: Equity Theory, English Canada, Manhole Cover

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PSYC 308 A lecture notes 2 on Cultural differences (full notes)

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UBCPSYC 308Benjamin CheungSpring

PSYC 308 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hypersomnia, Social Loafing, Stanford Prison Experiment

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Sc1ent1f1c )tudy of t0e way) 1n w01c0 people(cid:471)) affect, behavior, and cognitions are influenced by the real or imagined presence of other people
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UBCPSYC 308Ara NorenzayanWinter

PSYC 308 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Institutional Review Board, Naturalistic Fallacy

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From mental illness and illegality of homosexual behavior to tolerance of same-sex marriage. Social psychology can be defined as the scientific study o
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UBCPSYC 308Mark SchallerWinter

Final Exam Multiple Choice Q's Chapter 16.doc

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M/c typhoid: which of the following is not a major cause of death in the industrialized world, cancer, circulatory diseases c, coronary diseases e. res
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UBCPSYC 308Benjamin CheungFall

PSYC 308 Lecture 1: Social Perception

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UBCPSYC 308Benjamin CheungFall

PSYC 308 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Psych, Implicit-Association Test, Justin Bieber

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No one has a clue what it is. Not traumatizing anyone, the chicken has no opinion, should be okay. How we evaluate a person, object, or idea. An idea o
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UBCPSYC 308Benjamin CheungWinter

PSYC 308 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Base Rate Fallacy, Affect Heuristic, Availability Heuristic

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Display something to someone under/below their conscious awareness. Something that flashes really quick and that the person fails to register it but th
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UBCPSYC 308Mark SchallerFall

PSYC 308A Lecture 1: 308Outline1.rtf

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UBCPSYC 308Benjamin CheungWinter

PSYC 308 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Sequent, Learned Helplessness

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Is it the internal within the person vs is it the external that leads to the behaviours. How likely the cause will be there to affect the person in the
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PSYC 308 Lecture Notes - Winter 2018 Lecture 3 - Social perception, Hindsight bias

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Manipulating people to be addictive to a substance is violating the research ethics: the rat have a choice whether to be right or left. One condition:
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UBCPSYC 308Myriam JudaFall

Chapter 11 Psych 308 notes!.docx

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Stereotypes: beliefs that certain attributes are characteristic of members of particular groups. Example: african-americans as more likely to break the
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UBCPSYC 308Benjamin CheungWinter

PSYC 308 Lecture 14: Lecture 14 Attitude, behaviour, and persuasion

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How we evaluate a person, object, idea. How we feel about a person, object, idea. Over time now we develop a perspective that compose of. Thoughts abou
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UBCPSYC 308Mark SchallerFall

PSYC 308 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Overjustification Effect, Playtime, Insomnia

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UBCPSYC 308Benjamin CheungWinter

PSYC 308 Lecture 31: Lecture 31 stereotype model

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Much of the study of prejudice has focused on stereotypes. No uniformity in the experience of prejudice, or content of stereotypes. Tries to predict em
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UBCPSYC 308Benjamin CheungFall

PSYC 308 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9-11: Insanity Defense, Social Dominance Orientation, Fictive Kinship

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Prosocial behaviour; any act preformed with the goal of benefiting another person. Prosocial behaviour altruistic in nature altruism; desire to help ot
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UBCPSYC 308Benjamin CheungFall

PSYC 308 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Interpersonal Relationship, Physical Attractiveness, Attachment Theory

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Attachments in which bonds join two or more individuals over an extended period of time ex: friends, lovers ,family Important relationships served impo
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UBCPSYC 308Steven BarnesFall

PSYC 308 Chapter Notes -Psych, Scientific Method, Social Rejection

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We forge our individual identities not alone but in the context of other people. Close friends and staying in contact with family members = health bene
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UBCPSYC 308Benjamin CheungFall

PSYC 308 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Social Neuroscience, List Of Universities In Canada, Naturalistic Observation

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Formulating hypotheses and theories: theory: an organized set of principles that can be used to explain observed phenomena. Hypothesis: hypothesis: a t
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UBCPSYC 308Ara NorenzayanSpring

PSYC 308 Chapter 1: Ch. 1 Readings

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Social psychology can be defined as the scientific study of the feelings, thoughts, and behaviors of individuals in social situations. Abu graihab, zim
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UBCPSYC 308Benjamin CheungFall

PSYC 308 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Kurt Lewin, Omnivore, Cultural Learning

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Can be direct (ex: advertising) or indirect. Can be used to persuade someone to do something. Can be influenced by even the presence of others. It is a
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UBCPSYC 308Benjamin CheungFall

PSYC 308 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Cognitive Load, European Canadian, Collectivism

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UBCPSYC 308Benjamin CheungFall

PSYC 308 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Construals, Psych, Socalled

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To understand how people are in uenced by their social world, social. Construal is important and has wide rami cations even w/ dna evidence in. At the
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UBCPSYC 308Ara NorenzayanSpring

PSYC 308 Chapter 7: Ch. 7 Readings

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Attitude is an evaluation fo an object along a positive-negative dimension. Attitudes involve affect (emotion), and cognitions (thoughts that reinforce
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UBCPSYC 308Benjamin CheungWinter

PSYC 308 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Cognitive Dissonance, Fear Appeal

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PSYC 308 Study Guide - Final Guide: Prosocial Behavior, Pluralistic Ignorance, Terror Management Theory

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