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WLUPS470Lisa FiksenbaumWinter

PS470 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Social Cognition, Cognitive Revolution, Impression Formation

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10 Jan 2019
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In r. f. baumeister, & e. j. finkel (eds. ), advanced social psychology: the state of the science (pp. As a subarea of social psychology, social cognit
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WLUPS470Lisa FiksenbaumWinter

PS470 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Gestalt Psychology, Impression Formation, Extraversion And Introversion

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10 Jan 2019
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Described a complex equation that people average separate items of info with the implications of their original opinion, weighting each item differentl
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WLUPS470Lisa FiksenbaumWinter

PS470 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Social Cognitive Theory, Social Cognition, Thought Suppression

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10 Jan 2019
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Some of the early founders of social cognition (tom ostrom, tony greenwald) had previously been attitude researchers and social cognition and attitudes
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WLUPS470Lisa FiksenbaumWinter

PS470 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Gordon H. Bower, Social Cognitive Theory, Representativeness Heuristic

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WLUPS470Lisa FiksenbaumWinter

PS470 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Social Cognition, Cognitive Psychology

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10 Jan 2019
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Social cognition seemed to disregard the kinds of less deliberate, learned responses emphasized by the behaviourists (info processing model seems best
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WLUPS470Lisa FiksenbaumWinter

PS470 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Social Cognition

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10 Jan 2019
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Approach that dominated social psychology in the 1970s. Term actually encompasses multiple theories and studies focused on how people attribute the cau
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WLUPS470Lisa FiksenbaumWinter

PS470 Chapter 1: THE ORGANIZATION OF IMPRESSIONS

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10 Jan 2019
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Logically forming an impression of someone"s personality, skills, etc. Asch (1946) suggested that warm/cold is a central trait around which other trait
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WLUPS470Lisa FiksenbaumWinter

PS470 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Encoding Specificity Principle

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10 Jan 2019
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Winter & uleman presented subjects with number of sentences (ex the plumber slips extra. This suggests people spontaneously thought about implied trait
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