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Department
Social Psychology
Course Code
SOCPSY 1Z03
Professor
Paul Glavin
Study Guide
Midterm

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SOCPSY 1Z03
MIDTERM EXAM
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Chapter 1
concerns of soc psych
oimpact of ind on ind
how to act
influence and persuasion
origins of altruism and aggression, coop and comp
why develop pos attitudes to some but neg towards others
oimpact of group on ind
regulate beh, establish norms
socialization - ensure training to play role in group
oind on groups
leadership and innovation
ogroup group
relationships affect group structure
osocial context on groups/ind
beh is shaped by situation
theories
otheory: set of interrelated props that org and exp phenomena
omiddle range theories: cond that prod spec soc beh
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otheoretical perspective: more broad, wide array of beh and sit
vantage point, frame of ref
omain perspectives
symbolic interactionism: human nature and social order are the product
of symbolic interactions through language
act towards things based on their meanings
mean is not inherent, negotiated in interaction
ohumans are proactive and goal seeking
omeaning must be consensual
meaning can be mod'd through interaction (Ex bottle in
difference contents)
osituated identity: who one is in rel to others in the sit
orole taking: understand others, imagine self in their role
makes coop possible
acq self meanings
reflexive self: perceive self as one might perceive
others -- role of subject and object (uniquely
human)
limits: overemph on rationality, deemph emos
operson is presented as concerned with others' standards
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