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Social Psychology I Spring 2008 Exam 1 Study Guide (Chapters 1-4) Exam is on Wednesday, February 13 th 1. Know what hypothesis is 2. Know the reasons why participants lie when answering surveys 3. What research methods social psychologists prefer? 4. What are the differences between descriptive and correlational research methods? 5. What are the differences between correlational and experimental research methods? 6. What is primary goal of using correlational research? 7. Know correlational research, in details! 8. Be able to identify strongest correlation, strongest positive, and strongest negative correlation 9. Be able to identify negative vs. positive correlation 10. Know the advantages and disadvantages of correlational research 11. Know independent and dependent variables and be able to identify them from the short scenarios 12. Know characteristics of experimental research in details! 13. Know the definition of self concept
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Unformatted text preview: 14. Know the looking-glass model of self-concept 15. Know how our self-concept develops and what it is influenced by 16. Know what introspection is 17. Know social-comparison theory 18. Know individualism 19. Know collectivism 20. Know individualistic view of the self 21. Know collectivistic view of the self 22. Know definition of self-esteem 23. Know Willis and Todorov (2006) study (book and presentation) 24. Know when suspects are seen as more aggressive (book and presentation) 25. Know non-verbal behavior 26. Know six basic (primary) emotions (book and presentation) 27. Know situational attribution 28. Know personal attribution 29. Know Kellys theory of attribution 30. Know fundamental attribution error 31. Know two-step model of the attribution process / Gilberts two step model of social perception 32. Know positivity bias 33. Know belief in just world...
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This note was uploaded on 10/14/2008 for the course SOCIAL PSY 101 taught by Professor Khusid during the Fall '08 term at E. Stroudsburg.

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