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U OF MPSYCH 280Carla GraysonWinter

PSYCH 280 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Deindividuation, Social Loafing, Group Polarization

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Social facilitation - originally a term for enhanced performance in the presence of others; now broader term for the effect, positive or negative, of t
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U OF MPSYCH 280Carla GraysonWinter

PSYCH 280 Chapter 8: Persuasion Vocabulary

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U OF MPSYCH 280Carla GraysonWinter

PSYCH 280 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Social Exchange Theory, Equity Theory, Attachment Theory

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Communal relationship - when the individuals feels a special responsibility for one another and give and receive according to the principle of need; su
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U OF MPSYCH 280Carla GraysonWinter

PSYCH 280 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Availability Heuristic, Illusory Correlation, Regression Fallacy

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Pluralistic ignorance - misperception of a group norm that results from observing people who are acting at variance with their private beliefs out of a
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U OF MPSYCH 280Carla GraysonWinter

PSYCH 280 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Duration Neglect, Affective Forecasting

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Emotion - a brief, specific response both psychological and physiological, that helps people meet goals, including social goals. Appraisal process - co
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U OF MPSYCH 280Carla GraysonWinter

PSYCH 280 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Ingroups And Outgroups, Subtyping, Stereotype Threat

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Stereotype - belief that certain attributes are characteristic of members of a particular group (cognitive) Prejudice - negative attitude or affective
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U OF MPSYCH 280Carla GraysonWinter

PSYCH 280 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Internal Validity, Institutional Review Board, Informed Consent

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U OF MPSYCH 280Carla GraysonWinter

PSYCH 280 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Normative Social Influence, Social Influence

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Social influence - the many ways people affect one another, including changes in attitudes, beliefs, feelings, and behavior resulting from the comments
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U OF MPSYCH 280Carla GraysonWinter

PSYCH 280 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Ego Depletion, Social Comparison Theory, Trait Theory

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Self-schema - a cognitive structure, derived from past experience, that represents a person"s beliefs and feelings about the self in general and specif
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U OF MPSYCH 280Carla GraysonWinter

PSYCH 280 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Social Class, Fundamental Attribution Error, Attribution Bias

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Attribution theory - set of concepts explaining how people assign causes to the events around them and the effects of people"s causal assessments. Caus
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U OF MPSYCH 280Carla GraysonWinter

PSYCH 280 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Reactive Devaluation, Honour, Inclusive Fitness

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Hostile aggression - behavior intended to harm another, either physically or psychologically, and motivated by feelings of anger and hostility. Instrum
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U OF MPSYCH 280Carla GraysonWinter

PSYCH 280 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Cognitive Dissonance, Likert Scale, Implicit Attitude

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Attitude - evaluation of an object in a positive or negative fashion that includes affect, cognition, and behavior. Likert scale - numerical scale used
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