PSYA02H3 Chapter 15: chapter 15 broken down/high lighted

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Social psychology branch of psychology that studies social nature how the actual, imagined, or implied presence of others influences our thoughts, feelings, and behaviours. Social cognition how people attend to, perceives, interpret, and respond to the social world. Impression formation the way in which we integrate information about another"s traits into a coherent sense of whom the person is. Schema a mental framework or body of knowledge that organizes and synthesizes information about a person, place, or thing; aid us in interpreting the world. Central traits personality attributes that organize and influence the interpretation of other traits. Primary effect the tendency to form impression of a person based on the initial information we learn about them. Self-concept your knowledge, feelings, and ideas about yourself; self-identity. Self-schema mental framework that represents and synthesizes information about yourself; cognitive structure that organizes the knowledge that constitute the self-concept. Cross-cultural psychologist branch of psychology that studies the effects of culture on behaviour.

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