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Psychology 1 – Introduction to Psychology Winter Quarter, 2008 Reading Guide for Chapters 13.1-13.3, 13.5, 9: pp. 476-508, 518-527, 332-359 Week 9 * This sheet is pretty comprehensive, but you’ll notice some terms missing as you read. I chose not to emphasize these topics however you are still responsible for them. 1. Chapter 13 – Social Psychology a. Prisoner’s dilemma i. In your own words – choose to cooperate or compete ii. Example – if you both confess to a crime you both get 5 yrs in prison b. Diffusion of responsibility (Kitty Genovese) i. In your own words –feel less responsible to act in the presence of others ii. Example- she was murdered, and there were a lot of a witness. The witnesses didn’t call the cops b/c they assumed that someone else had already done it. Diffusion of responsibility causes the By-stander effect. c. Social loafing i. In your own words – tendency to work less hard when sharing work ii. Example – group project d. Kohlberg’s view of moral development i. General principle in your own words – ii. Examples for each stage – e. Problems with Kohlberg’s view i. In your own words – f. Primacy effect i. In your own words – first info we learn influence us more than later info ii. Example – g. Implicit Association Test (IAT) i. In your own words – measures your reactions to combinations of two categories such as flower and pleasant ii. Results – people respond to black as unpleasant and white and pleasant. h.
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