Chapter 3 - Chapter 3: Social Thinking and Judgments How do...

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Chapter 3: Social Thinking and Judgments How do we think and make judgments about other? Rosenhan (1973) – pseudo psychiatric patients Belief perservence Confirmation bias
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Chapter 3: Social Thinking and Judgments Making judgments about others Non-verbal cues Basic emotions Sadness, happiness, fear, anger, disgust, and surprise Physical appearance
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Chapter 3: Social Thinking and Judgments Detecting deception Using nonverbal cues Ekman’s micro-expressions
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Chapter 3: Social Thinking and Judgments Attributions Dispositional attributions Internal – the person Situational attributions External – the situation
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Chapter 3: Social Thinking and Judgments Kelley’s theory of attribution Consistency Consensus Distinctiveness
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Social Thinking and Judgments List 3 things you have succeeded at What was the reason for your success? List 3 things you have failed at
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This note was uploaded on 06/11/2008 for the course PSYCH 240 taught by Professor Devenport during the Spring '08 term at Western Washington.

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Chapter 3 - Chapter 3: Social Thinking and Judgments How do...

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