Chp 16 Social Psychology Notes

Chp 16 Social Psychology Notes - Chp. 16- Social Psychology...

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Chp. 16- Social Psychology a. Aggression : behavior whose purpose is to harm another a. Impulsive vs premeditated b. Frustration-Aggression principle : people aggress when their goals are thwarted c. Cooperation: behavior by two or more individuals that leads to mutual benefit d. Altruism: behavior that benefits another without benefiting oneself e. Kin selection: the process by which evolution selects for genes that cause individuals to provide benefits to their relatives f. Reciprocal altruism: behavior that benefits another with the expectation that those benefits will be returned in the future g. Group: a collection of two or more people who believe they have something in common h. Prejudice: a positive or negative evaluation of another person based on their group membership i. Discrimination: positive or negative behavior toward another person based on their group membership j. In - group: a human category of which a person in a member k. Out - group: a human category of which a person is not a member l. Deindividuation : when immersion in a group causes people to become less aware of their individual values m. Social loafing : people expend less effort when in a group than alone n. Bystander intervention : the act of helping strangers in an emergency situation
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2008 for the course PSY 10001 taught by Professor Venter during the Fall '08 term at Notre Dame.

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Chp 16 Social Psychology Notes - Chp. 16- Social Psychology...

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