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MCGILLPSYC 215Mark BaldwinFall

PSYC 215 Final: Complete and Comprehensive 83 Page Final Exam Study Guide Fall 2015

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PSYC 215 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Spreading Activation, Attachment Theory, Social Cognition

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PSYC 215 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Demand Characteristics, Stereotype, Individuation

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PSYC 215 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Hot Sauce, Terror Management Theory

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PSYC 215 Lecture 22: Cultural Construction of Reality Continued

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PSYC 215 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Call Money, Procedural Knowledge, Snob

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Chapters 1-8 for midterm

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PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Explanatory Style, Dispositional Attribution, Covariance

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Explaining behavior attribution theory people assign causes to the events around them and the effects that people"s causal assessments have. An umbrell
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Chapter 10.docx

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Challenges with studying relationships: many studies are not true experiments with random assignment. Western cultures define themselves as independent
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PSYC 215 Chapter all lecture notes: Social Psychology

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MCGILLPSYC 215John LydonFall

PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Parental Investment, Seminary, Stanley Milgram

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PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Elaboration Likelihood Model, Beautiful Music, Logical Reasoning

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Functions of attitudes attitudes guide behaviors (less powerfully than most people suspect: there are four functions of attitudes besides this, utilita
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MCGILLPSYC 215Mark W BaldwinFall

PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Explanatory Style, Ween, Trait Theory

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People make cause attributions because they need to draw inferences about others and themselves in order to make predictions about future behavior. Att
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MCGILLPSYC 215Mark W BaldwinFall

PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter module 4: Eyewitness Identification, World Trade Center Site Memorial Competition, Sixth Amendment To The United States Constitution

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Efforts to distinguish lies from sincere efforts to tell the truth. Most convincing to a jury, even though those identifications are wrong approx. 1/3
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PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Pluralistic Ignorance, Social Cognition, Illusory Correlation

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Ideological distortions: most of us have an ideological agenda, or a desire to foster certain beliefs or behaviors in others, leads us to, knowingly or
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PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Minimal Group Paradigm, Stereotype Threat, Mahzarin Banaji

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*stereotypes: beliefs that certain attributes are characteristic of members of particular groups. Involves thinking about a person not as an individual
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PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Ronald Reagan, Social Rejection, School Shooting

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Hostile aggression: behavior motivated by feelings of anger and hostility. Main goal: harm one another physically or psychologically. Instrumental aggr
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PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Ambivalent Sexism, Symbolic Racism, Group Conflict

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Economic perspective: roots of much intergroup hostility in competing interests that can set groups apart from one another. Motivational perspective: p
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