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Unformatted text preview: PSYCHOLOGY 135: FALL 2007 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY MIDTERM REVIEW SHEET LECTURES #1 & 2 (Subjective Construal and Naive Realism) Purpose of giving the finger demonstration? -in what situations do we use this the most (hint: ambiguity)?-Influence of situation (without awareness)-Diffusion of responsibility -Conformity 5 Hypotheses and their corollaries (especially the power of the situation) -What are their implications? Subjective Construal (what is it, what are its consequences) Nave Realism (what is it, what are its consequences) Relationship between subjective construal, naive realism and camcorder model Concept of automaticity Why are situations powerful? ABC, 121314 Demonstration why is the situational context important? How do you interpret ambiguity? Automaticity of grammar Adaptive automatic errors Milgrims Obedience to Authority experiment outcome and implications (I wouldnt conform! Slippery slope.) Music and moving pictures -What was the point of this demonstration?...
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- Spring '08
- Social Psychology