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MCGILLPSYC 473Mark BaldwinWinter

PSYC 473 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Cognitive Load, Mahzarin Banaji, Availability Heuristic

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Chapter 10- temporary accessibility/priming effects- assimilation and contrast in. Many of the behaviours we observe in ourselves and in others can be
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MCGILLPSYC 473Mark BaldwinWinter

PSYC 473 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Superior Temporal Sulcus, Tangled, Amygdala

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PSYC 473 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Debiasing, Social Comparison Theory, Impression Formation

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People have a tendency to rely on less effort and categorical thinking when evaluating others leads them to apply faulty and inaccurate categories (to
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MCGILLPSYC 473Mark BaldwinWinter

PSYC 473 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Cognitive Dissonance, Attribution Bias, Negative Feedback

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PSYC 473 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Free Recall, Bounded Rationality, Signify

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Person perception provides too much information to do a bottom up approach. Cue switch: analyze features and check them against categories containing s
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MCGILLPSYC 473Mark BaldwinWinter

PSYC 473 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Illusory Correlation, Computer Monitor, Spectral Density Estimation

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When using prior knowledge on a certain context, it serves as a filter through which all sophisticated impressions pop up to mind the heart of stereoty
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MCGILLPSYC 473Mark BaldwinWinter

PSYC 473 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Collectivism, Impression Formation, Hispanic

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3 factors drive perception of others: o o: situation. Specifically = specific context one is in: self. Motives, goals, expectancies, prior information,
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MCGILLPSYC 473Mark BaldwinWinter

PSYC 473 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Inductive Reasoning, Covariance, Counterfactual Conditional

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In the american legal system, it is believed that the punishment should suit the crime and should reflect the inferred intentions of the criminal: ex)
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MCGILLPSYC 473Mark BaldwinWinter

PSYC 473 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Autopilot, Determinism, Speech Shadowing

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Control: regulation of behavior according to our goals. 2 tasks: participants were more likely to remember objects they liked best. preferences unknowi
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MCGILLPSYC 473Mark BaldwinWinter

PSYC 473 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Korean Name, Implicit Stereotype, In-Group Favoritism

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Most of us believe that stereotyping and prejudice are the problems of others, and not ourselves, and our own minor lapses hardly pose a threat to the
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MCGILLPSYC 473Mark BaldwinWinter

PSYC 473 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Epiphenomenon, Impression Management, Synchronicity

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PSYC 473 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Stereotype, Contact Hypothesis, Statistical Hypothesis Testing

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First read a separate set of behaviours strongly suggesting that one group was composed of extraverts, another of introverts. After having the expectan
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