si688f09-Week10-SocialCognition

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Social Cognition Mark W. Newman SI 688 November 23,
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Today’s Goals How does “the social” impact individual cognition? How can the design of social software leverage social impacts on cognition? What are the implications of the “media equation” for the design of interactive systems?
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Today’s Exercises Large group discussion Skits! Small group assignment Design a system with “personality”
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Quick Review: Levine & Resnick What are the impacts on cognition due to… the mere presence of others? Social Facilitation Social Loafing Crowding Group Composition
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Quick Review: Levine & Resnick What are the impacts on cognition due to… social roles, positions, and identities? Social Roles Social Positions Social Identities
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Quick Review: Levine & Resnick What are the impacts on cognition due to… mental representations of others? Role-Taking Reference Groups and Individuals Social Comparison Anticipated Interactions with Others
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Quick Review: Levine & Resnick What are the impacts on cognition due to… social interaction? Conflict as a Source of Cognitive Growth Majority and Minority Influence Group Decision Making
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Quick Review: Levine & Resnick How does thinking about groups change the way we think about cognition? Cognition as Collaboration Shared Cognition Group Memory Communication and Linguistic Interaction
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Facilitating Social Cognition: Webboards
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Tell us a story… Posting a problem to a web discussion board
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This note was uploaded on 12/16/2009 for the course SI 688 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of Michigan.

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