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RUTGERS01:830:321K.HowanskyFall

01:830:321- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 37 pages long!)

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Social psychology- the scientific study of how individuals think, feel, and behave in a. Social psychologists get their information through science whi
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RUTGERS01:830:321S.KilianskiFall

01:830:321- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 33 pages long!)

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Scientific study of the way in which people"s thoughts, feelings, and actions are influenced by the real or imagined presence of other people. Social r
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RUTGERS01:830:321RudmanFall

01:830:321 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Domestic Violence, Malaria, Joe Eszterhas

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Today"s outline: an overview of social psychology, including a brief history, the film, constructing social reality. Definition of social psychology: s
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RUTGERS01:830:321D.SanchezFall

01:830:321- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 48 pages long!)

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Scientific study of how individuals think, feel and behave in social context. Each part of this definition needs to be examined closely: Social psychol
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RUTGERS01:830:321D.SanchezFall

01:830:321- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 48 pages long!)

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Scientific study of how individuals think, feel and behave in social context. Each part of this definition needs to be examined closely: Social psychol
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RUTGERS01:830:321RudmanFall

01:830:321 Study Guide - Final Guide: Confirmation Bias, Belief Perseverance, Attribution Bias

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The scientific method: elop (empirical, logical, objective, public) Theories: an organized set of principles used to explain observed phenomenon. Usual
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RUTGERS01:830:321Shana ColeSpring

01:830:321 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Deindividuation, Groupthink, Group Polarization

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Study online at quizlet. com/_26alda: charting the course of groupthink. 1st : antecedent: high cohesiveness, group structure, stressful situation. 2nd
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RUTGERS01:830:321AllWinter

Social Psychology Exam 3 Review

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Important source of info - important part of our identity - establish social norms. The power of norms to shape behavior becomes clear. When we violate
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RUTGERS01:830:321AllWinter

01:830:321 Study Guide - Stra, Fallacy, Monogamy

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Chapter 5 - the self structure and content self-concept. Self concept the content of the self that is our knowledge about who we are. James speculated
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Phineas Gage, Gestalt Psychology, Internal Validity

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In gestalt psychology, our ability to perceive a whole without first noticing its parts is referred to as _____. It set the ground for evolutionary psy
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RUTGERS01:160:307O'ConnorSpring

01:160:307 Midterm: Homework 1

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RUTGERS01:198:111A CentenoFall

01:198:111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Insertion Sort, Selection Sort, Substring

List the resulting array after each iteration of the selection sort algorithm. Sort the following array of letters (sort into. Original: [c q s a x b t
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RUTGERS01:160:171M.VitarelliFall

01:160:171 Lecture 3: Density of Water

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In this rst experiment, we calculate the density of water experimentally, using a beaker, buret, and an analytical balance. Density density is recorded
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RUTGERS01:198:170G FuentesFall

01:198:170 Lecture 3: Examples of Numeric Conversions

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RUTGERS01:830:321K.HowanskySpring

01:830:321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Egotism

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RUTGERS01:830:321K.HowanskySpring

01:830:321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Cocktail Party

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The process by which people come to understand one another i(cid:374) this (cid:272)hapter, (cid:449)e"ll look at: . O(cid:271)ser(cid:448)atio(cid:374
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RUTGERS01:830:321K.HowanskySpring

01:830:321 Lecture 2: Chapter 2 Social Psychology

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Social psychologists have found that, whether choosing friends or falling in love, we are most attracted to people whose traits are different from our
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RUTGERS01:830:321Professor Stephen KillianskiSpring

01:830:321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Social Proof, Normative Social Influence, Stationary Point

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Chapter 8 social influence: the phenomena of conformity and compliance. A change in behavior due to perceived influence of other people (people on a si
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RUTGERS01:830:321Professor Stephen KillianskiSpring

01:830:321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: The Territorial Imperative, Aggression, Relational Aggression

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Chapter 12: aggression: why we hurt other people. Aggression an aggressive action is an intentional behavior aimed at causing either physical or psycho
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RUTGERS01:830:321Professor Stephen KillianskiSpring

01:830:321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Eyewitness Memory, Yield Sign, Social Cognition

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RUTGERS01:830:321Professor Stephen KillianskiSpring

01:830:321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Illusory Correlation, Automaticity, Construals

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RUTGERS01:830:321K.HowanskySpring

01:830:321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Cognitive Dissonance, Zappos

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Appeals that arouse fear can be highly effective. People need to be told ways to cope. Culture plays a role in regard to persuasion. To be persuasive,
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RUTGERS01:830:321K.HowanskySpring

01:830:321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ingratiation, Impact Bias, Collectivism

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01:830:321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Qdoba, Cognitive Psychology, Chipotle

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RUTGERS01:830:321K.HowanskyFall

01:830:321 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Sheeple, Minority Influence, Idiosyncrasy

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Conformity- the tendency to change perceptions, opinions, or behaviors in ways that are consistent with group norms. Informational influence- people co
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RUTGERS01:830:321K.HowanskyFall

01:830:321 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Operational Definition, Observer-Expectancy Effect, Internal Validity

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Bogus pipeline technique- a procedure in which research participants are falsely led to believe that their responses will be verified by an infallible
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RUTGERS01:830:321K.HowanskyFall

01:830:321 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Implicit-Association Test, Implicit Attitude, Cognitive Dissonance

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Attitudes are pervasive it"s hard to be neutral towards ideas. Physiology: heart rate, arousal can either be a positive or negative thing. Attitude- a
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RUTGERS01:830:321K.HowanskyFall

01:830:321 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: The Selfish Gene, Reciprocal Altruism, Prosocial Behavior

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Prosocial behavior- actions intended to benefit others. The selfish gene- our sole purpose is to make sure our offspring stick around and survive. By h
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RUTGERS01:830:321K.HowanskyFall

01:830:321 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Scientific Method, Psych, Social Cognition

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Social psychology- the scientific study of how individuals think, feel, and behave in a. Social psychologists get their information through science whi
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RUTGERS01:830:321K.HowanskyFall

01:830:321 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Golden Ratio, Physical Attractiveness, Trait Theory

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Desire for having close relationships comes from the need to belong bc it is a basic. Those with a network of close social ties tend to be happier, hea
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RUTGERS01:830:321K.HowanskyFall

01:830:321 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Social Perception, Numeral System, Weighted Arithmetic Mean

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Social perception- the processes by which people come to understand one another. Physical appearance- first impressions are subtly influenced by superf
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RUTGERS01:830:321K.HowanskyFall

01:830:321 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Frontal Lobe, Reinforcement

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Aggression- intentional behavior aimed at doing or causing harm. Anger and hostility don"t necessarily lead to aggression. Aggression doesn"t necessari
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RUTGERS01:830:321K.HowanskyFall

01:830:321 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Minority Stress, Avoidance Coping, Explanatory Style

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Stress- an unpleasant state of arousal that arises when we perceive the demand of an event threatens our ability to handle that event. Appraisal- the p
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RUTGERS01:830:321K.HowanskyFall

01:830:321 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Ambivalent Sexism, Stereotype Threat, Gender Identity

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01:830:321- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 48 pages long!)

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01:830:321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Egotism

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01:830:321 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Sheeple, Minority Influence, Idiosyncrasy

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01:830:321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Cocktail Party

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01:830:321 Lecture 2: Chapter 2 Social Psychology

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RUTGERS01:830:321D.SanchezFall

01:830:321 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Implicit-Association Test, Likert Scale, Classical Conditioning

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A positive, negative, or mixed reaction to a person, or idea, expressed at some level of intensity (ex. Based on the notion that we have implicit attit
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RUTGERS01:830:321Shana ColeSpring

01:830:321 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Physical Attractiveness, Mania, Trait Theory

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01:830:321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Intelligence Quotient, Negativity Bias, Confirmation Bias

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01:830:321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Positive Illusions, Cocktail Party, Ingratiation

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01:830:321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Internal Validity, Observer-Expectancy Effect, Institutional Review Board

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