Study Guides for Ingrid L.Stefanovic

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ch. 6 - attitudes and persuasion

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ch. 5 - the self

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Functions of the self researchers have found that the self serves both an organizational function and an executive function. The way they think about c
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ch. 3 - social cognition

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Social cognition: they way people think about themselves and the social world- how they select, interpret, remember, and use social information to make
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PSYB10H3 Study Guide - Equity Theory, Attachment Theory, Social Exchange Theory

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What is attractive: media tells us what is beautiful, beauty is associated with goodness. Female face that"s considered to be beautiful has more baby f
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ch. 8 - group processes

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Forming relationships with other people fulfills a number of basic human needs. In our evolutionary past, there was a substantial survival advantage to
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PSYB10H3 Study Guide - Autopilot, Biceps, Idiosyncrasy

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When will people conform to informational social influence: the kind of situations that people are most likely to produce conformity because of informa
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Lecture 22 Notes

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Situations where the most beneficial action for an individual will be harmful for the collective group: commonly discussed social dilemmas, escalation
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