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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 14 Social Psychology Foundations of Social Psychology Social Psychology studies how the thoughts, emotions, and behavior of individuals influence and are influenced by interactions between people Attribution theory Attribution Dispositional attribution Situational attribution Covariation principle Foundations of Social Psychology Attribution theory The fundamental attributional error (FAE) Bias in attribution Preexisting schemata Attractiveness bias Constructing social reality Selfserving bias Pygmalion effect Selffulfilling prophecy Behavioral expectation confirmation Social Cognition Perception of social cues: Facial recognition Fusiform face area Prosopagnosia Social categorization Mentalizing Social Cognition Social Influence Social Influence Social Pressure Hedonic, approval, and accuracy motives Hedonic motive Approval motive Accuracy motive Contagious behavior Chameleon effect Social Influence Conformity Normative social influence Informational influence Asch's conformity studies Suggestibility The bystander effect Reference group Total situations Social Influence Social Influence Obedience Stanley Milgram and obedience to authority Conditions that influence obedience Strength and weaknesses of conformity and obedience studies Social Influence Social Influence Compliance Cognitive dissonance Motivations for compliance Lowball technique Baitandswitch Footinthedoor technique Shared identity Norm of reciprocity Doorintheface technique Social Influence Attitudes and actions Explicit attitudes Implicit attitudes Persuasion Central route Peripheral route Elaborationlikelihood model Perseverance effect Sleeper effect Social Influence Group influence Social loafing Deindividuation Group interactions and minority influence Group polarization Group think Social Relations Emotional foundations of social nature Selfconscious emotions Prejudice Stereotypes Stereotype threat Explicit stereotype Implicit stereotype Discrimination Social Relations Emotional foundations of social nature Foundations of prejudice Ingroup Outgroup Justworld phenomenon Reversing prejudice Mere exposure Implicit Association Test Social Relations Social Relations Aggression What causes aggressive behavior? Frustrationaggression hypothesis Cultural constraints Conflict Social trap The psychology of genocide Cooperation Defection Social Relations Altruism and prosocial behavior Reciprocal altruism Egoism Collectivism Principlism THINK Readings Decades Later, Still Asking: Would I Pull the Switch? ...
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