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UT-AUSTINPSY 319KM HendersonFall

PSY 319K Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Normative Social Influence, Social Proof, Social Influence

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PSY 319K Chapter 1: An Invitation to Social Psychology

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PSY 319K Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Cognitive Dissonance, Likert Scale, Implicit Attitude

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PSY 319K Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: John T. Cacioppo, Richard Petty, Metacognition

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PSY 319K Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Gender Equality, Bride Price, Extraversion And Introversion

Investment model of commitment: a model of interpersonal relationships maintaining that three determinants make partners more committed to each other:
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PSY 319K Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Construals, Trait Theory, Ego Depletion

The accuracy of self-knowledge: people can sometimes possess a startling lack of self-insight, sometimes we lack self-insight because of strong motives
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PSY 319K Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Regression Fallacy, Pluralistic Ignorance, Social Cognition

Illusory correlation: the belief that two variables are correlated when in fact they are not. The information available for social cognition: social co
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PSY 319K Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Experiment, Milgram Experiment, Institutional Review Board

Intervention: an effort to change a person"s behavior: replication: the reproducing of the results of a scientific study. Institutional review board (i
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PSY 319K Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Units Of Paper Quantity, Conscientiousness, Neuroticism

From acts to dispositions: inferring the causes of behavior: understanding causal attributions is crucial to understanding everyday social behavior, th
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PSY 319K Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Reciprocal Altruism, Empathic Concern, Personal Distress

This strategy fares well when interacting with other strategies. Altruism: humans are prone to feelings of compassion that lead us to behave in ways th
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PSY 319K Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Implicit-Association Test, Ambivalent Sexism, Social Identity Theory

Implicit association test (iat): a technique for revealing nonconscious attitudes toward different stimuli, particularly groups of people: priming: the
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PSY 319K Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Social Status, Relational Aggression, Stepfamily

Chapter vocabulary: hostile aggression: behavior intended to harm another, either physically or psychologically, and motivated by feelings of anger and
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