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Elizabeth Page- Gould

PSYB10 Fall 2012 Topic Review Sheet - Midterm How to use this review sheet: Below you will find a bulleted list of topics that may be on the exam. Anything that is bulleted is a distinct topic that you may find on the exam. The topics are arranged hierarchically to help you organize the ideas in your mind. Important Note: The indentation is simply to help you organize the concepts in your mind, but any bulleted topic below is fair game for the exam. Even the top-level topics are considered to be unique concepts that you should be able to define (e.g., you need to be able to define “conformity” as well as “Idiosyncrasy credits”). Overview and Methods of Social Psychology • Definition of Social Psychology • ABCs of Social Psychology • History of Social Psychology • Hypothetico-deductive Scientific Method/Experimental Method • Dependent and Independent Variables • Causal inference based on research design • Research Designs • Correlational Designs • Quasi-experimental designs • Experimental designs • Internal and External Validity • Ethical issues in social psychology • Informed consent • Deception • Debriefing Social Cognition • Social Cognition • Social objects • Automatic thinking • Controlled Thinking • Perception • Pre-attentive processes • Gaze detection • Processing/Encoding • Encoding • Attention • Visual attention • Schemas • Race & Weapons “Shooter Task” • Function of schemas • Schemas as memory guides PSYB10 Fall 2012 • Persistence of schemas • Perseverance effect • Self-fulfilling prophecy • Storage & Knowledge Retrieval • Prototype Theory of Categorization • Semantic Network • SpreadingActivation • Retrieval • Accessibility • Thought suppression • Overconfidence barrier • Priming • Algorithms • Analytic thinking styles and holistic thinking styles • Judgmental Heuristics • Availability Heuristic • Representativeness Heuristic • Base rate information & Base rate bias • Anchoring &Adjustment Heuristic • Simulation Heuristic • Counterfactual thinking The Self • The Self • SelfAwareness • Mark Test • Self-awareness theory • Levels of the self • Self-concept & Self-Schema • Twenty Statements Test • Implicit Measurement of Self-Concept • Self-reference effect • Self-perception theory • Overjustification Effect • Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation • Task-contingent Rewards • Performance-contingent Rewards • Looking-glass self • Self-complexity • Global and Contextualized Self-Concept • Working Self-Concept • Self-Concept Centrality • Self-Evaluative Maintenance PSYB10 Fall 2012 • Self-Handicapping • Self-verification • Self-justification • Multiple Selves • Independent & Interdependent Selves • Possible Selves • Self-discrepancy theory • Self-esteem • Global self-esteem • State self-esteem • Sociometer Theory • Perceived regard • Self-serving biases • Self-enhancement • Social comparisons • Upward and downward social comparisons • Social comparison theory • Neural underpinnings of Self • Self-referential information processing • Self-recognition Self-regulation • Self-regulation • Delay of gratification • Bing Study Methods • Long term outcomes of the ability to Delay • Self-regulatory strategies • Self-distancing • Self-immersed perspective • Self-distanced perspective • Emotion regulation • Reappraisal • Suppression • Situation selection • Response- versus antecedent-focused strategies • Cognitive cost of emotion regulation • Scope of self-regulatory costs Social Interaction • Social Interaction • Defi
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