P211 Introduction
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P211 Introduction

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Introduction SocIntro.ppt 1 What We Will Cover in This Section Course requirements. Introduction to Social Psychology. Themes and Perspectives. SocIntro.ppt 2 Course Requirements Franzoi text Syllabus Contacting me. Office hours. Study Guide Attendance SocIntro.ppt 3 1 Course Web Site Syllabus. Study Guide. PowerPoint slides. Interesting sites. Pictures of me. SocIntro.ppt 4 Evaluation...

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We Introduction SocIntro.ppt 1 What Will Cover in This Section Course requirements. Introduction to Social Psychology. Themes and Perspectives. SocIntro.ppt 2 Course Requirements Franzoi text Syllabus Contacting me. Office hours. Study Guide Attendance SocIntro.ppt 3 1 Course Web Site Syllabus. Study Guide. PowerPoint slides. Interesting sites. Pictures of me. SocIntro.ppt 4 Evaluation #1 Quiz after each section. Each quiz worth about 15-25 points. Drop lowest quiz in computing grade. Drop the first missed quiz as the lowest quiz. Make up subsequent quizzes with excuse. SocIntro.ppt 5 Evaluation #2 Paper. Worth 30 points. See me for topic. Due on Wednesday, April 13 or Thursday, April 14. No extra credit. SocIntro.ppt 6 2 Evaluation #3 Final Examination Optional Get 80% or better I will raise your grade one letter. Get less than 80% will not hurt you. Is cumulative. SocIntro.ppt 7 Reality Check Why are you here? Why I should be here. My approach to the course. SocIntro.ppt 8 What is SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY? SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY is the scientific study of how peoples thoughts, feelings, and behavior are influenced by others. SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY is the scientific study of the nature and causes of individual and group behavior and thought in social situations. SocIntro.ppt 9 3 Social Psychology vs. Sociology Social Psychology Focuses on individual behavior. Sociology Focus on group behavior. SocIntro.ppt 10 Major Topics 1. How you develop an understanding of yourself. 2. How social factors influence our beliefs. 3. How membership in a group affects our behavior. 4. When do we help, like, hurt, and love others. SocIntro.ppt 11 Organizing Principles SocIntro.ppt 12 4 Self A symbol-using social being who can reflect on his or her own behavior. Any social individual who can reflect on his or her own motives and actions. SocIntro.ppt 13 Interactionism SocIntro.ppt 14 Hot vs. Cold Perspective Hot We are motivated by our emotions, needs and desires. This may be largely unconscious. Cold We make rational, thoughtful choices. These choices are conscious. SocIntro.ppt 15 5 Perspectives Learning Psychodynamic Biological Cognitive Eclectic SocIntro.ppt 16 Perspective 1: Learning Our thoughts, needs, desires, and motivations are acquired through experience. Classical Conditioning Operant Conditioning Social Learning We are unique in our learning and motivations. SocIntro.ppt 17 Perspective #2: Psychodynamic Our behavior and emotional responses are influenced by internal, unconscious drives. Freuds contribution. We are unaware of wh...

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California PA - P - 211
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From: <gmw4@ra.msstate.edu>To: <ece_4512_04@isip.msstate.edu>Subject: Project GoalsDate: Saturday, February 01, 2003 10:24 AMGuys,Here is my project goal update:1)I have created a preliminary user interface for the base unit in Visual Basi
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Sociocultural Approaches1/4/2005Sociocultural Theories.ppt1What We Will Cover in This Section Overview Alfred Adler Karen Horney Eric Erikson1/4/2005Sociocultural Theories.ppt2Overview Grew as a reaction to Freud. Focus is on ex