things to know for final exam psyc 101

things to know for final exam psyc 101 - PSYC 101 - FINAL...

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PSYC 101 -- FINAL EXAM –- FALL 2007 Terms and Concepts Review Note: There are 4 pages Things to KNOW ABOUT on the New Material (About 30 Questions) Social Psychology (Group Processes, Person Perception, Attribution, Attitudes, Prejudice) Society and culture Status and role A definition of social psychology Attitudes: A definition Components of attitudes Learning attitudes Dissonance and attitude change Festinger/Carlsmith experiment Changing attitudes Factors in persuasion (source, etc.) Elaboration likelihood model Factors in attraction Similarity effects in attraction The matching hypothesis Reciprocity effects in attraction Evolution: What in men attracts women Evol.: What in women attracts men Definition of prejudice Definition of discrimination Stereotypes and prejudice Learning and prejudice Biased attributions and prejudice Ingroups/outgrups and prejudice Treatment of Psychological Disorders Clients: Who seeks therapy? General characteristics of therapy General characteristics of therapists Clinical and counseling psychologists Psychiatrists Insight Insight therapies (general idea) Sigmund Freud Psychoanalysis as therapy Free association Dream analysis Interpretation Resistance Transference Client-centered therapy Carl Rogers
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This note was uploaded on 05/01/2008 for the course PSYC 101 taught by Professor Loeb during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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