Exams are coming!
Get ready with premium notes and study guides!

Class Notes for PSYCH253 at University of Waterloo (UW)

  • 177 Results
  • About UW
UWPSYCH253Emiko YoshidaFall

PSYCH253 Lecture Notes - Asch Conformity Experiments, Stationary Point, Chameleon

OC176767 Page
16 Oct 2011
120
Conformity: a change in behaviour or belief to accord with others. Conformity can be bad when it leads someone to drink and drive or join in racist beh
View Document
UWPSYCH253Emiko YoshidaFall

Chapter 5- Persuasion From Social Psychology -Myers, Spencer, Jordan -4th ed.

OC1767611 Page
16 Oct 2011
111
Persuasion: the process by which a message induces change in beliefs, attitudes, or behaviours. When people try to persuade others, they can try to use
View Document
UWPSYCH253Emiko YoshidaFall

Chapter 7- Group Influence From Social Psychology -Myers, Spencer, Jordan -4th ed.

OC1767611 Page
16 Oct 2011
69
Group: two or more people who, for longer than a few moments, interact with and influence one another and perceive one another as us . Shaw argues that
View Document
UWPSYCH253Emiko YoshidaFall

Chapter 4- Behaviour and Attitudes Textbook Notes From Social Psychology -Myers, Spencer, Jordan -4th ed.

OC1767611 Page
16 Oct 2011
67
Attitude: a favourable or unfavourable evaluative reaction toward something or someone, exhibited in one"s beliefs, feelings, or intended behaviour. Fe
View Document
UWPSYCH253Alexander TranFall

PSYCH253 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Observer-Expectancy Effect, Demand Characteristics, Social Desirability Bias

4 Page
15 Sep 2016
27
We don"t just store information: our own personal values and judgements in uence how we observe the world/our own perception (eg. when driving, he cut
View Document
UWPSYCH253Richard EibachWinter

PSYCH253 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Fundamental Attribution Error, Habituation

OC23455495 Page
28 Jan 2018
0
Conditions that motivate perceivers to attribute mental states to others. Forced choice essay paradigm: no choice, anti-castro, based on the past week"
View Document
UWPSYCH253Alexander TranFall

PSYCH253 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Psych, Comfort Food, Elaboration Likelihood Model

5 Page
30 Sep 2016
14
Internal sources of attitude change: behaviour leads to attitude change (eg dissonance, self-perception) External sources of attitude change: social in
View Document
UWPSYCH253Alexander TranFall

PSYCH253 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Psych, Blindsight, Belief Perseverance

4 Page
19 Sep 2016
19
Information processing model: we see ourselves as information processor of stimuli, self serving bias: think you are performing more behaviours because
View Document
UWPSYCH253Alexander TranFall

PSYCH253 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Illusory Correlation, Availability Heuristic, Bigfoot

5 Page
21 Sep 2016
17
We focus on evidence that supports, rather than falsi es our intuitions: feeds sense of false con dence, researchers are guilty of this too, ufos, cons
View Document
UWPSYCH253Alexander TranFall

PSYCH253 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Impact Bias, Collectivism, Social Comparison Theory

5 Page
15 Sep 2016
12
Where does the self-concept come from: harter (1983): we extrapolate our behaviours and memories form concrete situations into abstract self-schemas. E
View Document
UWPSYCH253Catherine BriggsFall

PSYCH 253 Lecture 11: Chapter 11

OC1449048 Page
27 Oct 2015
27
View Document
UWPSYCH253Alexander TranFall

PSYCH253 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Stroop Effect, Hyperbolic Discounting, Impression Management

5 Page
17 Sep 2016
17
Dual attitudes: poor access to our own mental processes - maybe we don"t perceive a lot of stimuli, interpret it with bias, we don"t really know what"s
View Document
Showing 1 — 12 of 177 results
View all professors (10+)

Class Notes (1,100,000)
CA (630,000)
UW (20,000)
PSYCH (2,000)
PSYCH253 (100)