42.Slides - (Word et al., 1974) Study 1 White subjects...

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Exam #3 Friday, December 19 th at 12:30pm Will cover Chapters 9, 10, 11 and 12 And all notes starting on 11/5 (beginning with “Moral disengagement”) Not cumulative
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Social cognition and prejudice Availability Heuristic Distinctive people and negative events stand out We’re more likely to stereotype people based on (often) negative behaviors
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Social cognition and prejudice Representativeness Heuristic Racial profiling Airport screenings
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Social cognition and prejudice Illusory Correlations Believing a correlation exists even when it does not Corrupt politicians; sleazy lawyers; dangerous psychiatric patients Confirmation Bias We seek, attend to and recall information that is consistent with our stereotypes
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Social cognition and prejudice Behavioral Confirmation Eliciting behavior from others that confirms our expectations
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Job Interview Study
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Unformatted text preview: (Word et al., 1974) Study 1 White subjects interviewed White and Black job applicants (confederates) Results : Interviewers behaved differently depending on race of applicant Study 2 White interviewers (actors) were trained to enact Black or White interviewer style, then interviewed only White applicants Results : Black interview style elicited less effective behavior from applicants Minimal intergroup paradigm Split people into groups based on some unimportant distinction People still give preferential treatment to others in their group [ in-group bias ] A class divided Minimal intergroup paradigm Confirmation bias Illusory correlations Behavioral confirmation Self-fulfilling prophecies Consequences for the discriminators: Felt good; changes in self-esteem...
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This note was uploaded on 01/02/2010 for the course SOP 3004 taught by Professor Champers during the Fall '09 term at University of Florida.

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42.Slides - (Word et al., 1974) Study 1 White subjects...

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