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UC-DAVISPSC 152A ToddSpring

PSC 152 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Automaticity, Intentionality, Controllability

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Bargh argues that more than 95% of cognition happens unconsciously. Place in our minds for storing unacceptable feelings & desires. Freud thought these
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UC-DAVISPSC 152A ToddSpring

PSC 152 Chapter 1: PSC_152_-_Dunning__Balcetis_notes_

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15 Jun 2020
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Those who were faster at reporting positive words than taboo words could be due to being surprised or embaraased when seeing the taboo words. Poorer ki
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UC-DAVISPSC 152A ToddSpring

PSC 152 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Pancreatic Cancer, Confirmation Bias, Rise Time

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15 Jun 2020
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Perception is more than read out of environment by the senses. There is more to perception than just bottom - up processing of stimulus. Ex: drawing a
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UC-DAVISPSC 152A ToddSpring

PSC 152 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Rise Time, Arab Americans, Egocentrism

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15 Jun 2020
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Affect - representations of personal value (i. e. , the goodness or badness of things. How we feel positively or negatively about something. Identifiab
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UC-DAVISPSC 152A ToddSpring

PSC 152 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Pancreatic Cancer, Confirmation Bias, Craps

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15 Jun 2020
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Perception is more than read out of environment by the senses. There is more to perception than just bottom - up processing of stimulus. Ex: drawing a
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UC-DAVISPSC 152A ToddSpring

PSC 152 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Bias Blind Spot, Scientific Method, Social Cognition

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15 Jun 2020
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Not intuition, experience, doctrine, popular consensus, testimonials, focus groups, etc. Naive realism - people think they perceive the world objective
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UC-DAVISPSC 152A ToddSpring

PSC 152 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: In-Group Favoritism, Ingroups And Outgroups, Social Cognition

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15 Jun 2020
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We tend to have favorable reactions to ingroups & negative reactions toward outgroups. Both personality and societal factors can contribute toward inte
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UC-DAVISPSC 152A ToddSpring

PSC 152 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Thought Suppression, Cognitive Load, Intentionality

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15 Jun 2020
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Used for suppressing the unwanted thought, search for distractors. Trying to use distractor as a replacement for other thought. Used for checking wheth
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UC-DAVISPSC 152A ToddSpring

PSC 152 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Implicit-Association Test, Zygomaticus Major Muscle, Electrodermal Activity

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15 Jun 2020
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Unable - people may lack introspective access to operation of their own mental processes. Unwilling - people may be motivated to answer in particular w
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UC-DAVISPSC 152A ToddSpring

PSC 152 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Social Environment, Social Exclusion

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15 Jun 2020
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Encoding - how the mind takes in info from the environment. Attention - what info gets noticed & receives additional cognitive processing. Interpretati
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UC-DAVISPSC 152A ToddSpring

PSC 152 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Fortune 500, Will Horton And Sonny Kiriakis, Ingroups And Outgroups

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15 Jun 2020
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Took 3 random 10 second silent clips of each instructor. Ps (who didn"t know instructors) rated instructors on traits such as competent, likeable, & ac
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UC-DAVISPSC 152A ToddSpring

PSC 152 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Bias Blind Spot, Fortune 500, Will Horton And Sonny Kiriakis

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15 Jun 2020
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The meaning imparted (attached) to the info. Naive realism - we think our interpretations of the world accurately reflect reality. Would you be willing
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UC-DAVISPSC 152A ToddSpring

PSC 152 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Exxonmobil, Cognitive Load, Castro District, San Francisco

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15 Jun 2020
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People strive for control, want to explain & predict others" behaviors. Ask ourselves - what potential causes exist? . Person forces - enduring traits
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UC-DAVISPSC 152A ToddSpring

PSC 152 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Satisficing, Conjunction Fallacy, Unconscious Thought Theory

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15 Jun 2020
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Don"t require extensive info or detailed analysis. Using irrelevant info to guide judgment & behaviors. Shortcuts for making judgments quickly & w/ lit
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UC-DAVISPSC 152A ToddSpring

PSC 152 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Exxonmobil, Satisficing, Fundamental Attribution Error

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15 Jun 2020
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People strive for control, want to explain & predict others" behaviors. Ask ourselves - what potential causes exist? . Person forces - enduring traits
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UC-DAVISPSC 152A ToddSpring

PSC 152 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Counterfactual Thinking, Counterfactual Conditional, Empathy Gap

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15 Jun 2020
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Generation of alternatives to factual events - thoughts of what might have been . Ex: if only i had studied more last night, i would have done better o
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UC-DAVISCMN 122BrunnerWinter

CMN 122 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Labeling Theory

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25 Mar 2020
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UC-DAVISCMN 122BrunnerWinter

CMN 122 Chapter 10: CMN 122 - Ch 10

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25 Mar 2020
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The effect of perfume use on perceptions of attractiveness and competence. Exposure to pheromones can affect the regulation of ovulation in women. Cort
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UC-DAVISCMN 122BrunnerWinter

CMN 122 Chapter 49: CMN 122 - ch 49

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25 Mar 2020
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Positions of power: status & dominance in organizational communication. There is no such thing as a power free species, human society, or organization.
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UC-DAVISCMN 122BrunnerWinter

CMN 122 Chapter 50: CMN 122 - ch 50

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25 Mar 2020
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The influence of nonverbal behaviors in compliance - gaining processes. Certain nonverbal behaviors can help make people more effeective & influential
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UC-DAVISCMN 122BrunnerWinter

CMN 122 Chapter 38: CMN 122 - ch 38

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25 Mar 2020
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3 categories of nonverbal behavior that can be labeled as intimate. Nonverbal involvement behaviors include physical proximity, gaze, touch, body lean,
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UC-DAVISCMN 122BrunnerWinter

CMN 122 Chapter Notes - Chapter 47: Lie Detection, False Positives And False Negatives, Machiavellianism

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25 Mar 2020
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Pons (profile of nonverbal sensitivity) test - test that assesses how well a person can interpret nonverbal messages. Signs of dishonesty - smiling, st
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UC-DAVISCMN 122BrunnerWinter

CMN 122 Chapter 48: CMN 122 - ch 48

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25 Mar 2020
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Credibility judgements of detectives: the impact of nonverbal behavior, social skills, & Some individuals" natural behavior gives the impression that t
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UC-DAVISCMN 122BrunnerWinter

CMN 122 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Wrinkle

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25 Mar 2020
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Initiating interaction: greetings & beckonings across the world. Some anthropologists believe our handshake of today may be only a couple hundred years
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UC-DAVISCMN 122BrunnerWinter

CMN 122 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Androsterone, Phenethyl Alcohol, Rose Oil

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25 Mar 2020
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Hands and faces are the most accessible concentrations of scent glands on the human body besides the ear. A faint trace of lemon significantly increase
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UC-DAVISCMN 122BrunnerWinter

CMN 122 Chapter Notes - Chapter 39: Eye Contact

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25 Mar 2020
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Verbal & nonverbal cues that convey interest in dating. Men said they would respond positively if the woman asked them out or hinted. Few would ask out
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UC-DAVISCMN 122BrunnerWinter

CMN 122 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Impression Management, Social Control, Display Rules

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25 Mar 2020
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Any given behavior can serve multiple functions. Eye gaze can communicate intimacy, but also dominance or a threat. Intimacy can also be communicated t
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UC-DAVISCMN 122BrunnerWinter

CMN 122 Lecture 13: CMN 122 - lecture 13

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25 Mar 2020
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If you are trying to persuade someone, you are using the dominance function. Trying to deceive someone is a dominant function. You want control and aut
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UC-DAVISCMN 122BrunnerWinter

CMN 122 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Waggle Dance, Honey Bee, Animal Communication

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25 Mar 2020
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Animal a communicated with animal b when. A"s behavior manipulates b"s sense organs in such a way that b"s behavior has changed. Ex: a made sound, and
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UC-DAVISCMN 122BrunnerWinter

CMN 122 Lecture 10: CMN 122 - lecture 10

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25 Mar 2020
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Intimacy - to be totally transparent or emotionally naked in front of someone else who does the same. Caution: some (+) behaviors could be interpreted
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UC-DAVISCMN 122BrunnerWinter

CMN 122 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Hitchhiking, Labeling Theory, Proxemics

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25 Mar 2020
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Compliance gaining - trying to get a person to comply with. Source - person that makes the compliance request. Target - person who sees the compliance
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UC-DAVISCMN 122BrunnerWinter

CMN 122 Lecture 16: CMN 122 -lecture 16

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25 Mar 2020
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Cmc is human communication facilitated by technology. Human communication that occurs through the use of two or more electronic devices. Many different
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UC-DAVISCMN 122BrunnerWinter

CMN 122 Lecture 12: CMN 122 - lecture 12

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25 Mar 2020
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Research shows that people are not good at being deceptive. Deception - an act intended to foster in another, a belief that the deceiver considers fals
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UC-DAVISCMN 122BrunnerWinter

CMN 122 Lecture 11: CMN 122 - lecture 11

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25 Mar 2020
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50% of all turns that occur in conversations are smooth. A smooth turn transition occurs when the floor switches from person a to person b without a pe
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UC-DAVISCMN 122BrunnerWinter

CMN 122 Study Guide - Final Guide: Blackboard, Animal Communication, Display Rules

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21 Mar 2020
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Intimacy - to be totally transparent or emotionally naked in front of someone else who does the same. Caution: some (+) behaviors could be interpreted
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UC-DAVISCMN 122BrunnerWinter

CMN 122 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Vocal Folds, Muscle Tone, Physical Attractiveness

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21 Mar 2020
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UC-DAVISCMN 122BrunnerWinter

CMN 122 Study Guide - Final Guide: Eye Contact, Wrinkle, Phenethyl Alcohol

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21 Mar 2020
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Ch 12 - initiating interaction: greetings & beckonings across the world. Some anthropologists believe our handshake of today may be only a couple hundr
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UC-DAVISCMN 122BrunnerWinter

CMN 122 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Sound, Fundamental Frequency, Puffy Amiyumi

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21 Mar 2020
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What are the vocal qualities related to seduction, affection, and babytalk: what makes a voice effective in a seductive or affectionate situation. Leng
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UC-DAVISCMN 122BrunnerWinter

CMN 122 Chapter Notes - Chapter 44: Nonverbal Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Display Rules

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21 Feb 2020
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People use multiple cues to send emotional messages. Communicators have a wide array of strategies in their disposal for communicating emotion. Several
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UC-DAVISCMN 122BrunnerWinter

CMN 122 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Display Rules, Impression Management, Social Control

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21 Feb 2020
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Any given behavior can serve multiple functions. Myles patterson the father of the functional approach to nonverbal behavior. Elicitors: environmental
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