Psych 102 Ch. 13 Terminology - 1 Social psychology 2 Cult 3...

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1. Social psychology 2. Cult 3. Interpersonal provocation, frustration, media influences, aggressive cues, arousal, alcohol and other drugs, temperature 4. Pluralistic ignorance 5. Scapegoat hypothesis 6. Attribution 7. Cognitive dissonance 8. Aggression 9. Enlightenment effect 10. Deindividuation 11. Out-group homogeneity 12. Diffusion of responsibility 13. Inoculation effect 14. Fundamental attribution error 15. Discrimination 16. Social comparison theory 17. The Milgram Paradigm 18. Jigsaw classroom 19. Relational aggression 20. Obedience 21. Mass hysteria 22. Implicit prejudice 23. Self-perception theory 24. Ultimate attribution error
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Unformatted text preview: 25. Groupthink 26. Lowball technique 27. Group polarization 28. Impression management theory 29. Implicit egotism effect 30. Social loafing 31. Conformity 32. Self-monitoring 33. In-group bias 34. Altruism 35. Door-in-the-face technique 36. Assign a “devil’s advocate” in an organization the encourage active dissent 37. Unanimity, difference in the wrong answer, size 38. Robbers Cave study 39. Explicit prejudice 40. Prejudice 41. Just-world hypothesis 42. Foot-in-the-door technique 43. Attitude 44. Adaptive conservatism 45. Stereotype...
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