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Department
Psychology
Course
PSY321H1
Professor
Simone Walker
Semester
Winter

Description
Exists across culture, uses for same purpose, and use to same degree so equally accessible Social facilitation-finding that people typical to better on easy tasks when in presence of others and worse on complex tasks. Develops early and seen in other species, ants. Used in same way and exists and used in same degree, always occurs • Accessible to the same degree across cultures • Ex. Social facilitation • Functional universal • Exists in multiple cultures, used in the same way across cultures, but more accessible to some cultures • Ex.Attraction to similarity, use of punishment • Punishing for violating rules or justice. • Used for same purpose as a sanction across cultures. However some cultures use punishment more often so cultures differ in how much they use. • Atraction to sim: similar belief, attitudes attract together. Used in same way to form social bonds. Differ in intrapersonal attraction, focus on other qualities. • Different types of evidence that suggests a process is universal • Existential universal • Exist in multiple cultures but is not used in the same way across cultures nor equally accessible to the same degree across cultures • Ex. Intrinsic motivation and success/failure • Nonunivers
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