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CARLETONPSYC 2100Jordan SchoenherrFall

PSYC 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Social Cognition

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Week 2 readings: chapter 4: social cognition: thinking about people and situations. Studying social cognition the study of how people think about the s
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CARLETONPSYC 2100Jordan SchoenherrFall

PSYC 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Fundamental Attribution Error, Milgram Experiment, Gestalt Psychology

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Social psychology: the scientific study of the feelings, thoughts, and behaviours of individuals in social situations. Similar to cognitive psychology
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CARLETONPSYC 2100Danay NovoaSpring

PSYC 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Nonviolent Video Game, Extraversion And Introversion, Anti-Social Behaviour

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CARLETONPSYC 2100Jordan SchoenherrFall

PSYC 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8-9: Elaboration Likelihood Model, Metacognition, Social Influence

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Elaboration likelihood model: a model of persuasion maintaining that there are two different routes to persuasion: the central route and the peripheral
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CARLETONPSYC 2100Danay NovoaSpring

PSYC 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Situation Two, Social Proof, Ebay

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Social influence broadly refers to when someone"s emotions, views or behaviours are affect by. Come on, conform, you know you want to. Normative influe
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CARLETONPSYC 2100Danay NovoaSpring

PSYC 2100 Chapter 7: Chapter 7

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Beliefs are pieces of info about something; facts or opinions (e. g. , you can have a belief about the weather outside: it"s snowing outside ) Attitude
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CARLETONPSYC 2100Jordan SchoenherrFall

PSYC 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Likert Scale, Cognitive Dissonance

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Attitudes are often poor predictors of behaviour. Attitude: an evaluation of an object along a positive-negative dimension. Involves: affect: how much
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CARLETONPSYC 2100Jordan SchoenherrFall

PSYC 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Social Intuitionism, Duration Neglect, Affective Forecasting

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Emotions: brief, specific, multidimensional responses to challenges or opportunities that are important to our goals, especially our social goals. Usua
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CARLETONPSYC 2100allFall

psyc2100A study guide part 1 CARLETON

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CARLETONPSYC 2100Danay NovoaSpring

PSYC 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Capilano Suspension Bridge, Belongingness, Comfort Food

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Emotion and affect chapter 6: when discussing emotions people tend to use mood and affect as interchangeable terms however they are different. Affect c
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CARLETONPSYC 2100Danay NovoaSpring

PSYC 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Free Rider Problem, Cockroach, Social Loafing

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CARLETONPSYC 2100Cheryl HarasymchukFall

PSYC 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Complement Factor B, Leon Festinger, Intelligence Quotient

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When we think of social influence, we think of direct attempts at persuasion, whereby one person deliberately tries to change another person"s behaviou
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