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Chapter 43

PSYC 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 43: Monoamine Oxidase APremium


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYC 1010
Professor
Rebecca Jubis, Odette Weiss, Giulia Rinaldi
Chapter
43

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PSY
C1010Module
43AntisocialRelations
antisocial
relationshave
todowprejudice3agression
prejudice isan unjustifiedaltitude
towardsagroup7itsmembers usuallyinvolves
stereotypes
negative
feelings7predispositions
attitudesare
feelings
influencedby
beliefs
the 3main
partsofprejudiceare
negative
emotions
stereotypes
whicharegeneralizedbeliefs
aboutagroupof
people
tendtoover
exaggerate but
tend
tobe
right
discriminationwhichisunjustifiable
negativebehaviour
towards agroup7itsmembers
microaggressions aresubtle
displaysofunderlyingprejudice
prejudiceisnegativealtitude
discriminationisnegative
behavior
implicit
prejudiceisanautomaticresponseinbehavior
based
onouraltitudes
3waysto
testforimplicit
prejudice
testforunconscious
group
associations activitieswhere
people
pairaperson's
image
withatrait
considerunconscious
patronization
monitorbodily
reflex
responses
types7targetsofprejudice
racial7ethical
prejudice
gender
prejudice
LGBTQ prejudice
beliefsystems prejudice
the roots of prejudice
social
inequalities
be
divisions
the
justworldphenomenonis
the
belief
thatthe
worldis
just
3
people
get
what
they
deserve
Lgoodisrewarded3evilispunished
easybelief
systembelieves
thatthosewhoare
punishedmust
justbe
bad
people
without
questioninganything
4stereotypes
rationalizeinequalities
splitting
the
world
up
into
usvsthemisdivision
aningroup is asocial
groupwhichapersonidentifies
withtheUS
of
the
9aanoutgroupis asocial
groupwhichaperson
doesn'tidentifywith the them
ingro in
group
biasisthefavoring
of ourowngroup
us 04
negative
emotions
UH negative
emotionsfuelprejudice
scapegoat
theoryisthe
tendency
to
blamesomeone
elseforone'sownproblems
a
hisoften
stems
fromprejudice
towardsthatparticular
group
thatyouareblaming
even if
theyareinnocent
seenaseconomically
frustrated
people
tendtoexpressheightenedprejudice
situations
I
expirements
that
create
temporary
frustration
intensify
prejudice
cognitiveshortcuts
stereotypesare
theway
wecognitively
simplify
theworldas
theyhelp
us
formcategories
outgroup
homogeneityistheoverestimationthat
everyone
whoisnotinourgroupare
allthesame
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