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    Psy 240 Assign1

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    Course: Introduction To Social Psychology

    Subtyping processthathelpsusrealizethatnot allpeoplefitintoonetypeof stereotypeandarenotapartofthe overallgroup Discrimination anunjustifiednegativebehavior towardagrouporitsmembers. Researchonstereotypesshowthat Genderstereotypesexist Membersofthestereot

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    Click to edit Master title style Click to edit Master Tape Heider-Simmel title style We are to edit Master text styles Click inclined to explain behavior so Second level much, that we even Third level infer motives to objects, animated Fourth level

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    Social Psychology Impact of people on people Social cognition; how we think about and and perceive others Introduction to Social Psychology stereotypes/prejudice Explaining behavior: how we make sense of others (and our own) behavior Situational vs Di

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    9.Fall2013-Persuasion

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    E edit 1 Results Click to xam Master title style Click to edit Master text styles N = 228 Second level Mean = 74.7 Third = 76 Median level Fourth level Mode(s)Fifth level 80 = 72 and SD = 11.2 High Score = 98 PSY 24000: Williams 1 1 Click to xam

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    Click to edit Master title style Click to edit Master text styles S level Secondocial Influence: Third level Conformity & Obedience Fourth level Fifth level PSY 24000 Prof. Kipling Williams PSY 24000: Williams 1 1 Flash Mobstitle style Click to edit

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    4.Fall2013-Self Pt 2

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    Self-Knowledge: Click to edit Master title style Dual Attitude System Click to edit Master title style Click to edit Master text styles Second The level Third level Click to Nisbett & Wtext styles Wilson, edit Master ilson (1977) Self, Pt. 2 Second l

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    3.Fall2013-240-Self

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    8/29/13 Why study the self in social Click to edit Master title style psychology? Click to edit Master title style Click to edit Master text styles Click to editsocial psychology is the Recall that Master text styles study of how people Second level S

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    Pooja Patel Instructor - Erica Schneid Psychology Written Assignment Due Date - 22nd March 2012 Psychology in Innovation Innovation is the lifeblood of the economy today. It is a priority of CEOs everywhere around the world. Companies are trying their bes

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    Course: Introduction To Social Psychology

    1. Which of the following statements was the motto of Gestalt psychology? A. The whole is greater than the sum of its parts B. Correlation does not imply causation C. Dreams are the royal road to the unconscious D. Behavior is a function of the Person and

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    Sample Question Answers

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    1. Which of the following statements was the motto of Gestalt psychology? A. The whole is greater than the sum of its parts B. Correlation does not imply causation C. Dreams are the royal road to the unconscious D. Behavior is a function of the Person and

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    Chapter 14 Quiz

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    Chapter 14 Compared to human groups, the social groups formed by animals are much less tolerant of: a. within-group diversity. b. within-group hierarchy. c. between-group competition. d. within-group competition. 2. 3. 4. Research on social facilitation w

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    Click Click to edit Master title style Click to edit Master text styles Second level Behavior Third level & Attitudes Fourth level Fifth level PSY 24000 Prof. Kipling Williams PSY 24000: Williams 1 1 Click Click to edit Master title style Attitudes

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    Introduction to Social Psychology: Methods PSY 24000.001 Prof. Kipling Williams PSY 24000: Williams 1 PSY 24000: Williams 2 Experimental Methods PSY 24000: Williams 3 Operational and Conceptual Definitions PSY 24000: Williams 4 Between-S Design Each part

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    Click to edit Master title style Click to edit Master text styles Social Influence: Second level Third level ompliance C Fourth level Fifth level PSY 24000.001 Prof. Kipling Williams PSY 24000: Williams 1 1 A Continuum of Social Click to edit Master

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    Psy 240 Assign4

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introduction To Social Psychology

    Automaticprejudice peopletooklongertoidentifypleasant words(peace,good)whenassociated withBlack,ratherthanWhitefaces. Themostcommonresultacrossmany studiesongenderdiscrimination showednodifference. . Examplesofstatusandprejudice Historiansdebatetheforcest

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    Psy 240 Assign3

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introduction To Social Psychology

    Groupservingbias explainsawayoutgroupmembers' positivebehaviors Stereotypethreat adisruptiveconcern,whenfacinga negativestereotype,thatonewillbe evaluatedbasedonanegative stereotype.Unlikeselffulfilling propheciesthathammerone'sself concept,stereotypethre

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    Psy 240 Assign2

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    Course: Introduction To Social Psychology

    Justworldphenomenon whenobservinganotherinnocent personbeingvictimizedisenoughto makethevictimseemlessworthy Whensomethingissociallyacceptable mostpeoplewill_. conform Ourmindsusedistinctivecasesorvivid casesasashortcuttojudginggroups . Ingroup agroupofpe

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    Psy 240 Assign5

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    Course: Introduction To Social Psychology

    supportspositiveselfconceptand supportsfavoritism Dualattitudesystem consistsofdifferentexplicit (conscious)andimplicit(automatic) attitudestowardthesametarget. PrimaryEmotions presentinhumansandanimals;first6 months;Culturallyuniversal(ex:joy, anger,etc.

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    Psy 240 Assign6

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    Ingroupbias Inoneactofunprotectedsex,how likelyaregirlstocontractHIV ,herpes, orgonorrhea? 1%chanceofcontractingHIV 30%chanceofcontractingherpes 50%chanceofcontractinggonorrhea MoralDevelopment agerelatedthoughts,feelings,and behaviorsregardingrules,princ

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    Psy 240 Assign10

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introduction To Social Psychology

    Adultdevelopment Theareaofstudythatdealswiththe adultpartoflife. Normativetransitions Predictablelifechangesthatoccur duringdevelopment. Nonnormativetransitions Unpredictableoratypicallifechanges thatoccurduringdevelopment. Contextsofdevelopment Fundament

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    Psy 240 Assign9

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introduction To Social Psychology

    Whydosecondaryemotionstaketime todevelop? Culturalinfluences Whatarethedevelopmentalchanges inemotionsduringchildhood? . Whydoolderadultstendtohavemore positiveemotion? . EvolutionaryTheories . Whydoyoungchildrentendtoengage inunrealisticpositiveestimatio

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    Psy 240 Assign8

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introduction To Social Psychology

    Situationalcompliance obediencethatresultsfromachild's awarenessofanadult'swillina particularsituationanddoesnot reflectenduringbehavioralchange IdentityAchievement(MarciaIdentity Status) YEScommitment&YEShasexplored meaningfulalternativesregarding someid

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    Psy 240 Assign7

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introduction To Social Psychology

    DifficultChild(categoryof temperament) irregularfunctioning,negative responsestonewstimuli,frequently negativemoodexpressions SlowToWarmUpChild(categoryof temperament) negativeresponsesoflowintensity(i.e. fussing)incombinationwithbeing slowtoadapttonewsti

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    6.Fall2013-BeliefsJudgments-MM

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    9/10/2013 Social Cognition: Continued How people think about others and themselves Selecting, interpreting, remembering, and applying social info to make judgments and decisions Both a sub-area of social psychology and an approach to examining psych ph

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    Chapter 13 The textbook describes an experiment in which groups of subjects discuss the punishment appropriate for "Johnny Rocco," a juvenile delinquent. In this experiment, subjects LEAST liked a confederate when he played the role of: a person who disag

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    Chapter 11 Research has suggested that people who get married live longer than people who don't. But follow-up research indicates that _ is what is most important. a. having a marriage with clearly-defined gender roles b. being happily married c. having a

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    Introduction%20%28lecture%202%29

    School: Purdue

    Course: PSY240

    Psychology 240H: Introduction to Social Psychology Instructor: Prof. D. E. Carlston TODAYS LECTURE History of Psychology 1. Philosophical roots 2. Early Psychologies 3. The death of Behaviorism 4. Cognitive Psychology 5. Social Psychology Goals of

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    Introduction%20%28Lecture%201%29

    School: Purdue

    Course: PSY240

    Psychology 24000: Introduction to Social Psychology Instructor: Prof. D. E. Carlston Fall, 2008 COURSE OBJECTIVES 1. How social psychologists think. 2. Knowledge and principles. 3. Implications for everyday life. Social Psychology is The subfield

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    Exam1_ReviewSheet

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    Course: PSY240

    Exam 1 Review Sheet for PSY 240 Some questions are listed below that may be helpful in encouraging you to think about the material for the first exam. Not all of the material from this sheet may be covered on the exam, and not all material from the e

  • 22 Pages Attitudes%20and%20behavior
    Attitudes%20and%20behavior

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    Course: PSY240

    Goals of Attitudes and Behavior Unit To teach you the major issues and theories that have emerged over the years in this research area. To get you thinking about the processes and factors that affect attitude-behavior relationships. To improve you

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    1-2

    School: Purdue

    Course: PSY240

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    Lecture2-F

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    Course: Introduction To Social Psychology

    Announcement: 390s Needed Contact Adrienne Carter-Sowell arcarter@psych.purdue.edu Three main research topics: How we experience social pain (loss, bereavement, ostracism, breaking up, etc.) How ostracism affects us? Cults: who is vulnerable a

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    Lecture1-F

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    Course: Introduction To Social Psychology

    Introduction to Social Psychology Psy 240; Fall 2006 Purdue University Dr. Kipling Williams Overview: Syllabus Psy 240: Williams 2 1 Click here Click here Psy 240: Williams 3 Overview: Syllabus Psy 240: Williams 4 2 Textbook: Myers 8th E

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    Lecture1-F

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introduction To Social Psychology

    Introduction to Social Psychology Psy 240; Fall 2007 Purdue University Dr. Kipling Williams Overview: Syllabus Psy 240: Williams 2 1 Click here Click here Psy 240: Williams 3 Overview: Syllabus Psy 240: Williams 4 2 Textbook: Baumeister

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    Lecture2-F

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    Course: Introduction To Social Psychology

    Social Psychology: What, why, and how Psy 240; Fall 2007 Purdue University Dr. Kipling Williams Lecture2-F Join Williamss Ostracism Lab! Research Topics: Effects of Ostracism Uses of Ostracism Ostracism & Aggression Silent Treatment in relatio

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    Unit 2 Question Sheet for PSY 240 Some questions are listed below that may be helpful in encouraging you to think about the material for the next exam. Not all of the material from this sheet may be covered on the exam, and not all material from the

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    Methods Lecture SA

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    Psychology 24000: Introduction to Social Psychology Instructor: Prof. D. E. Carlston Goals of Methodology lecture To introduce major methodological terms and concepts. To illustrate the strengths, limits and weaknesses of different kinds of resear

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    Methods%20lecture%20A

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    Course: PSY240

    Psychology 24000: Introduction to Social Psychology Instructor: Prof. D. E. Carlston Goals of Methodology lecture To introduce major methodological terms and concepts. To illustrate the strengths, limits and weaknesses of different kinds of resear

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    Methods%20lecture%20B

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    Course: PSY240

    Another Brief Quiz 160 Intelligence 140 120 100 80 Me n Wome n Me n Wome n Left side Right side Remember this slide? Are these results from a correlational or an experimental study? Independent Measures (Whatever you are doing to subjects in y

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    Chapter 6-10 Quizzes

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    Chapter 6 Nargis woke up this morning feeling grouchy and annoyed. When asked why she is feeling this way, she can't seem to come up with any particular reason. It would be most accurate to say that she is experiencing a(n): a. mood. b. affect. c. attitud

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    Chapter 1 Behaviorism seeks to explain human behavior in terms of: a. basic biological drives such as hunger and thirst. b. learning principles such as rewards and punishments. broad environmental influences such as historical time period c. and geography

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    Societyd

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    Course: PSY240

    Michael Yoon PSY240 Section: 3:30 Thuseday Self-Experience: Deindividuation The concept of Deindividuation(chapter 8) is one of the most recent events I had been in. I have been a member of candle light society in South Korea, believing that the new

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    Society

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    Course: PSY240

    Society: Modern Mass Murderers and Behaviors Facebook, myspace, blog, online forum are all the benefits that internet gave us. The internet or the World Wide Web (WWW) completely changed our lives in the 20th and 21th century. New industries came up

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    Social%20Beliefs%20%283%20%26%204%29

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    Course: PSY240

    Goals of Social Beliefs and Judgments Unit To teach you the major issues and theories that have emerged over the years in this research area. To get you thinking about the processes and characteristics that affect impression formation and social ju

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    Selfexp

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    Course: PSY240

    Michael Yoon PSY240 Section: 3:30 Thuseday Self-Experience: Deindividuation The concept of Deindividuation(chapter 8) is one of the most recent events I had been in. I have been a member of candle light society in South Korea, believing that the new

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    Self%20lecture

    School: Purdue

    Course: PSY240

    Psychology 24000: Introduction to Social Psychology The Self Anna Woodcock The Self Goals of Self lecture To touch on some of the basic phenomena uncovered by self-researchers. What is the self? What do we know about ourselves? How did we come

  • 6 Pages RelativeResourceManager
    RelativeResourceManager

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    Course: PSY240

    Semester Project: Social Psychology Applied to Real Life 30 points Your semester project will require you to take the psychological principles/theories that you learn in class, and apply them to real world events. Over the course of the semester, you

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    Psypaper Guide

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    : 'personaltiy theories' Sung-Min : a, Sung-Min : ; Sung-Min : Sung-Min : : w a Sung-Min : f Sung-Min : . : w b . b; p , ; b ; . / 8 . ; . . f a;

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    PSY_390_Application_-_Fall_2008

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    Personality and Social Development Research Team PSY 390 Application Name: E-mail address: Phone number: Major: Minor: Year: Two most recent psychology courses: Course name: Course name: Previous Research Experience: Why are you interested in PSY390?

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    Psy 240 Question 3

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    Unit 3 Question Sheet for PSY 240 Some questions are listed below that may be helpful in encouraging you to think about the material for the next exam. Not all of the material from this sheet may be covered on the exam, and not all material from the

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