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U OF APSYCO347Jennifer PasseyWinter

PSYCO347 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Interpersonal Attraction, Social Forces, Pluralistic Ignorance

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Voluntary relationships- such as friendships and mating relationships in which the initiation of the relationship is primarily dependent on internal fa
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U OF APSYCO347Nancy GalambosSpring

PSYCO347 Chapter 7.2: Psychology 347 - Chapter 7.2

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Realistic group con ict theory: argues that people become prejudiced against others with whom they must compete for limited resources such as jobs, mon
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U OF APSYCO347Nancy GalambosSpring

PSYCO347 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7.1: Social Identity Theory, Color Blindness, Ethnocentrism

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Social identity theory: the idea that, in our e orts to maintain positive self-esteem, we tend to develop biases that favour our own groups over other
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PSYCO347 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2.4: Leon Festinger, Social Comparison Theory, Fallacy

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PSYCO347 Chapter 2.5: Psychology 347 - Chapter 2.5

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Johari window: while constructing it, its apparent roar we have both a public self and a private self. Private self: the part of our self that is known
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U OF APSYCO347Nancy GalambosSpring

PSYCO347 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2.2: Mark Leary, Silent Treatment, Tantrum

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Second framework psychologist uses to understand the self is : self-esteem. Self-esteem: re ects how we feel about ourselves or how satis ed we are wit
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PSYCO347 Chapter 1: Psychology 347 - Chapter 1.1

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Myth #1: love conquers all this notion of if you truly love someone, together you can overcome any obstacles , is found to be not true by researchers.
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U OF APSYCO347Nancy GalambosSpring

PSYCO347 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5.2: Stereotype

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Chapter 5: 5. 2: ways our physiological state and culture can in uence our. The pillow method is one way to reduce cultural misunderstanding the. Pillo
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U OF APSYCO347Nancy GalambosSpring

PSYCO347 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3.1: Reaction Formation

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For freud, the unconscious struggle was rooted in three basic needs: the desire to satisfy our basic urges the need to adhere to society"s laws and rul
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PSYCO347 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Basic Belief, The Need, Peristalsis

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Catastrophizing: when you exaggerate the importance of a negating event imagining it as a catastrophe event instead of more realistic terms. always or
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U OF APSYCO347Nancy GalambosSpring

PSYCO347 Chapter 3.4: Psychology 347 - Chapter 3.4

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PSYCO347 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6.1: Stanford Prison Experiment, Philip Zimbardo, Body Piercing

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