Chapter 12 - Social Psych

Chapter 12 - Social Psych - o The Bystander Effect...

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Key Social Psychology Terms (King, 2008, Chapter 12) Social Cognition Person Perception: Physical Attractiveness, First Impressions Attribution: Internal/External; Stable/Instable; Controllable/Uncontrollable o Fundamental Attribution Error o False Consensus Effect o Self-Serving Bias o Stereotype Threat Attitudes o Cognitive Dissonance (Leon Festinger) o Self-Perception Theory (Daryl Bem) o Persuasion: Source, Message (emotions), Target Social Behavior Altruism: Reciprocity; Empathy
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Unformatted text preview: o The Bystander Effect Aggression o The Frustration-Aggression Hypothesis o Observational Learning Social Influence Conformity & Obedience Group Influence o Deindividualization o Social Facilitation o Social Loafing o Risky Shift & Group Polarization o Group Think Intergroup Relations: Ethnocentrism, Prejudice, Stereotyping Close Relationships: Exposure Effect & Similarity Romantic vs. Affectionate Love Social Exchange: Equity...
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