Lecture eleven 10-9 - Tues Oct 9 Angel is poorly designed...

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Tues. Oct. 9 Angel is poorly designed piece of junk. Exam 2 study guide posted.
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What should we take from stereotyping studies? *Categorization is essential for existence *Sometimes you want to avoid using category- based information in your judgments... ...but the required conditions to do so don’t frequently occur (or are hard to attain) *True for all types of social categorizations that can be made (gender, class, race, etc.)
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What does this mean for society? *Doesn’t help (and is harmful) to pretend humans are something we are not. *Interpersonal Implications: *Structural Implications: -when see bias, cannot necessarily attribute malicious intentions -design institutions that ensure protect against allowing bias in judgments
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Chartrand & Bargh (1999) Purpose : Determine whether and why mimicry can occur unconsciously (without intention/awareness)
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1. Recorded participant interacting with confederate. 2. Interaction was supposedly to describe pictures in pairs. 3. Confederate either rubs face or shakes foot. 4. Number of times participant rubs face or shakes foot is recorded. Chartrand & Bargh (1999) 5. Repeated with confederate #2, who does the opposite of first confederate.
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Chartrand & Bargh (1999) 0.57 0.45 0.35 0.73 0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 rubs face shakes foot Participant Behavior rubs face shakes foot Confederate Behavior
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head scratch Mimicry via the Perception- Behavior Link (only slightly simplified)
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Walks slowly Grey Hair Elderly Wise Poor memory
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Bargh, Chen, & Burrows (1996) Purpose : Two studies designed to test whether activation of (a) trait constructs and (b) social categories could influence behavior unconsciously (without awareness/intention) Method : Prime construct rude or polite ; test whether participants behave in a rude or polite way.
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Bargh, Chen, & Burrows (1996): Study 1 1. Prime rude or polite (or neutral prime) with “Scrambled Sentence Task” 2. Told to find experimenter in different room when done with first task.
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