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Class Notes for PSYC3032 at University of Queensland

Topics in Social Psychology

PSYC3032 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Indulgence

Lecture 12 Evolution and Happiness Successful people today > opportunity for inequality in todays world CEOs are baboons o CEOs were comparing between groups, not within 4 things that make us happy 3 things that dont What...

Psychology
PSYC3032
Bill von Hippel
PSYC3032 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Steam Whistle, Abusive Power And Control, Unconscious Mind

Lecture 11 Consciousness Why, What and How The Problem Usefulness of Consciousness Trying to explain one of the human minds central, defining traits How and why did it evolve? Two KindsLevels Phenomenal awareness (simple k...

Psychology
PSYC3032
Bill von Hippel
PSYC3032 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Moral Responsibility, Cultural Identity, Social Reality

Lecture 10 The Self What is the Self? Common thought that we could learn most about ourselves from rats because they're like us - helpful but a lot missing Studying the self not really common in rats - ...

Psychology
PSYC3032
Bill von Hippel
PSYC3032 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Parasite-Stress Theory, Tribalism, Hunter-Gatherer

Lecture 9 The Evolution of Tribalism: Implications for Intergroup Relations 1. Evolved to cooperate within not between groups o Once culture was developed, the biggest threat to any group was other groups ...

Psychology
PSYC3032
Bill von Hippel
PSYC3032 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Jane Goodall, Orangutan, Chopsticks

Lecture 8 The Evolution of Innovation How is it that innovation evolved in our human line? Tool making o Monkeys using rocks to crack nuts o Chimps evolve this technique by using a stone under...

Psychology
PSYC3032
Bill von Hippel
PSYC3032 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Ego Depletion, Dieting, Decision-Making

Lecture 7 Willpower and Self-Control Self-regulation Self-control Ability of self to alter its own responses, states Some things are controllable, some aren't Areas of study: o Controlling...

Psychology
PSYC3032
Bill von Hippel
PSYC3032 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Social Emotions, Logical Reasoning, Hypoesthesia

Lecture 6 How Rejection Affects People Need to Belong Fundamental, pervasive drive Universal Underlies much cognition, emotion, behaviour, mental and physical health outcomes Form and maintain rships Idea is not new but is...

Psychology
PSYC3032
Bill von Hippel
PSYC3032 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Counterfactual Thinking, Binge Eating, Affective Forecasting

Lecture 5 Does Emotional Cause Behaviour? Does emotion make people do selfdestructive things? Emotional Distress Found with many selfdefeating behaviours, and the looming threat of distress is even more common o Selfhandic...

Psychology
PSYC3032
Bill von Hippel
PSYC3032 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Affective Forecasting, Ikea, Decision Fatigue

Lecture 4 Thinking about the Future About the Future Psychology studies the past Causal models of behaviour Studies of memory Easier to know the past than future But people think ...

Psychology
PSYC3032
Bill von Hippel
PSYC3032 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Social Environment, Brain Size

Lecture 3 Introduction to the Cultural Animal Need for context: Conformity Helping Prejudice The Social Animal Humans are not the only social animals or the most social Being social doesnt explain what is special about hum...

Psychology
PSYC3032
Bill von Hippel
PSYC3032 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Becoming Human, Hunter-Gatherer, Mortar And Pestle

Lecture 2 Becoming Human contd. Step 1: Leaving the Trees Lecture 1 Step 2: Expansion Lecture 1 We began shaping our own evolutionary pathway via social organization, tools fire Step 3: Agriculture 1. Division of labour ...

Psychology
PSYC3032
Bill von Hippel
PSYC3032 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Becoming Human, Himalayas, Homo Erectus

Lecture 1 Becoming Human Topics: Focus on bigpicture issues An Evolutionary Perspective 1. What is does not = what ought Just because it exists in the natural world, doesnt mean its a good thing Evolved tendencies do not j...

Psychology
PSYC3032
Bill von Hippel
Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Sacral Plexus, Lumbar Plexus, Sympathetic Ganglion

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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Viral Meningitis, Epidural Hematoma, Meningococcal Disease

p er m a ch a rts MT NNervous System Disorders 2nd EDITION ...

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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Acute Stress Reaction, Abnormal Psychology, Conversion Disorder

permacharts MT Abnormal Psychology 2nd EDITION INTRODUCTION ...

Psychology
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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Operant Conditioning Chamber, Sigmund Freud, Classical Conditioning

permacharts MT College Psychology College Psychology 2nd EDITION ...

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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Penis Envy, Anal Retentiveness, Castration Anxiety

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