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Social Psychology

7125 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Terror Management Theory, Social Loafing, Group Decision-Making

SUMMARY DOCUMENT Group processes and decision making - Group: two or more people with common definition and behave accordingly - Entitativity: groupyness/cohesiveness/similarity - Lickel et al ...

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7125 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Terror Management Theory, Social Facilitation, Social Inhibition

Lecture 6 Group processes and decision making - What is a group? o Two or more people who share a common definition and evaluation of themselves and behave in accordance with such a de...

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7125 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Implicit-Association Test, Internalized Racism, Social Distance

Lecture 7 Prejudice - Definitions o Prejudice preconceived negative attitude towards a social group (outgroup) and its members Can be negative or positive ...

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7125 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Group Dynamics, Relative Deprivation, Social Trap

Lecture 8 Intergroup behaviour - Social dilemmas o Social dilemmas situation in which most rewarding short-term choice for individual causes negative consequences for group as a whole...

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7125 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Prefrontal Cortex, Begging The Question, Psychodynamics

Lecture 9 Aggression - Is it aggression? o - Aggression o A verbal or physical act intended to cause harm to someone or something o Instrumental agg...

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7125 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Egotism, Helping Behavior, Personal Distress

Lecture 10 Prosocial behaviour - Question o Do we ever help others for purely altruistic (selfless) reasons? Or do we always think about our self interest? Empat...

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7125 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Advanced Higher, Spitz, Physical Attractiveness

Lecture 11 Attraction and relationships - True or false o People seek out the company of others, even strangers, in times of stress TRUE o Eople who are physicaly attractive are happier ...

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7125 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cognitive Miser, Impression Formation, Social Cognition

Lecture 3 Social Cognition Social cognition o How we interpret, remember and use information about the social world o Nave scientist: rational and logical o Cognitive miser: motivated to conserve cognitive resources > cog...

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7125 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Stanford Prison Experiment, Folk Psychology, Henri Tajfel

What is social psychology? Scientific investigation of how thoughts, feelings and behaviours of individuals are influences by the actual, imagined or implied presence of others Draws from cognitive psychology, individual...

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7125 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Learning, Observational Learning, Classical Conditioning

Lecture 4 Attitudes and persuasion Attitude o Evaluation of oneself, other people, issues etc with some degree of favour or disfavour o ABC model Affect How we feel about it Dont like smoking Behaviour Our behaviour Wont ...

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7125 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ingratiation, Social Proof, Visual Perception

Lecture 5 Social Influence Definitions o Social influence: process whereby attitudes and behaviour are influenced (changed) by the presence of other people o Compliance: public responses to direct requests or group pressu...

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