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Individuals and Society 101 Structure of mind and behavior Room Social Sciences 100 Tuesdays and Thursdays Dr. Suzanne Delaney Spring Semester, 2008
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Your name Major in school email or telephone number
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The first seven people on the online waitlist can be added to the class Jeremy Hunter Kimberly Koda Julian Seidel Eva Misle Alana Arnold Gabby Knister Krista Bolin Rachel Honig That will happen at the end of class Bring Add/Drop form up to front of class Lauren Sanders Marc Cahill Danielle Angrest Malia Anderson Shane Saxton Laura Whitney Robert Majeske Austin Jones Allison Lerner Nick Sturiale Christa Goldie Daniel Burcher Sean Meritt Brad Thomas Hussain Alsalem Thomas Van Rysuyn
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2 By the end of lecture today Attribution Theory Fundamental attribution error (give examples) Attitudes, Roles, Zimbardo prison study Cognitive Dissonance - what is it? Define (with examples) each of the following terms: Groupthink, Deindividuation, Group polarization Schema, scapegoating, prejudice How are stereotypes formed and maintained? How is it possible to explain yet not condone or excuse? Use this as your study guide
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In nearly every class we will use clickers  In nearly every class we will use clickers  to: to:       answer questions answer questions       participate in interactive  participate in interactive  demonstrations
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2008 for the course INDV 101 taught by Professor Walker during the Spring '07 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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