Lecture 2-Social Cognition.ppt

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September 16th, 2009 : Lecture 2
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Social Cognition : Overview
(Social) Cognition Basics
Lecture 2
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How we perceive, process and think about the social world. Social object: are bound by the laws of physics, but other forces that motivates it (such as perception of the environment) which makes it hard to predict. A physical object that has the ability to engage in social cognition. Social cognition : overview (social) cognition basics (social) cognition basics. Automatic cognition- association, low-level, low resource thoughts that do not need specific process and occurs all the time (schemas) Becoming aware of something through the senses. Ie/ if the room were to suddenly become hot, we will feel the heat sensation perceiving the temperature. Doi & ueda (2007); von gr nau & anston (1995) (social) cognition basics. Selecting information from the environment and storing it in memory. Certain things are stored compared to others due to attention. Attention is selective perception (we are unable to pay attention to everything, no purpose!!) Quicktime and a decompressorare needed to see this picture. schemas.

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