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[SOCPSY 1Z03] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (40 pages long!)

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Fall 2016

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

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McMaster
SOCPSY 1Z03
FINAL EXAM
STUDY GUIDE
SOCPSY 1Z03
Wednesday September 7th, 2016
Course Syllabus:
https://avenue.cllmcmaster.ca/d2l/le/content/189992/viewContent/1531337/View
Two lectures a week* One tutorial a week*
Tutorials BEGIN week 3***
Books:
-DeLamater textbook 8th edition $120.00
(e-reader version)
NO ICLICKER
USE TURNITIN
Grades:
Midterm Exam (Multiple choice) 25%
Assignment 25% Pages should e uered ad hae  to
.5 argis all tet should e doule spaed  poit fot
Tutorial Attendance 10%
Final Exam 40%
Email Guidelines:
Malanie Dani: ([email protected])
Include course code
(READ SYLLABUS BEFORE SENDING EMAIL)
“tart a eail ith professors ae ad sig off ith  ae
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Lecture
Formal Definition of Social Psychology:
The ssteati stud of the ature ad auses of hua soial ehaior Delaater
Stanley Milgram:
Good and evil acts reside in the individual (psychological condition or ingrained in our genes)
“tale Milgras obedience to authority experiments
Particularly interested in world war 2
Electric shock experiment
More questions they get wrong the higher the shocks the person gets; it was an experiment on
the person giving the shocks
More tha half of people adiistered the shok that ould hae killed that soeoe
People listen to authority**
Key Ideas:
Social psychologists are skeptical of personal experiences as mean to understanding
human social behavior
-they rely instead on systematic observation
Recogizig the poer of situatio i hua social behavior
TOPICS THAT SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGISTS ARE INTERESTED:
-socialization and the social origins of the self
-the social basis to perception and cognition
-social influence and persuasion
-conformity in groups
-what causes aggressive versus altruistic behavior?
-social roles and individual behavior
FOUR CORE CONCERNS:
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[SOCPSY 1Z03] Comprehensive Final Exam guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at oneclass.com SOCPSY 1Z03 Wednesday September 7 , 2016 Course Syllabus: https://avenue.cllmcmaster.ca/d2l/le/content/189992/viewContent/1531337/View Two lectures a week* One tutorial a week* Tutorials BEGIN week 3*** Books: -DeLamater textbook 8 edition $120.00 (e-reader version) NO ICLICKER USE TURNITIN Grades: Midterm Exam (Multiple choice) 25% Assignment 25% Pages should ▯e ▯u▯▯ered a▯d ha▯e ▯▯ to ▯.▯5▯ ▯argi▯s all te▯t should ▯e dou▯le spa▯ed ▯▯ poi▯t fo▯t Tutorial Attendance 10% Final Exam 40% Email Guidelines: Malanie Dani: ([email protected]) Include course code (READ SYLLABUS BEFORE SENDING EMAIL) “tart a▯ e▯ail ▯ith professor▯s ▯a▯e a▯d sig▯ off ▯ith ▯▯ ▯a▯e find more resources at oneclass.com
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