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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneWinter

Chapter 10 notse

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Chapter 10: group refers to two or more people who are interacting and/or influencing one another, social facilitation, when people are in group they t
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneFall

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Floodgate, Social Influence, Superficiality

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Study of influence, prejudice, persuasion, obedience, etc. Wwii opened up a floodgate of questions under the realm of social psychology and more fundin
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneFall

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ultimate Attribution Error, Symbolic Racism, Fundamental Attribution Error

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Social categorization: perceiving people as members of a social group rather than as individuals. Gender, ethnicity, age big three: benefits. Exaggerat
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PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Social Comparison Theory, Benjamin Kyle, Collectivism

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PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Hot Sauce, Realistic Conflict Theory, Relative Deprivation

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PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Dispositional Attribution, Fundamental Attribution Error, John Ausonius

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Basis of first impressions: first impressions are formed almost instantly. A picture or even a name is often enough: name can draw inferences about age
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneFall

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Color Wheel Theory Of Love, Storge, Reward System

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Effects of physical attractiveness recall snyder et al, 1977: male participants shown female photo. We don"t realize that we affect a lot of people: re
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PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Paranormal Activity 2, Social Proof, Norm (Social)

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Prof talking to the wall instead of the students: descriptive social norms: what people actually think, feel, or do. People tend to conform to norms fo
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneFall

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Social Loafing, Flip Cup, Brainstorming

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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneWinter

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Ideo, Leat, Stim

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U everyone knows what an emotion is until asked to give a definition. : a feeling or state that is not clearly linked to some event. : the automatic re
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneFall

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Elaboration Likelihood Model, Cognitive Dissonance, Doritos

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What is an attitude: attitude a cognitive representation that summarizes an individual"s evaluation of a particular attitude object, attitude object an
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneWinter

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Cognitive Dissonance, Balance Theory, Ozone Depletion

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You(p), another person(o), and an object(x) are the three components to the balance theory. Each of the components can have a positive or negative rela
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