Intro outline - Social F10

Intro outline- - social loafing that’s-not-all strategy deindividuation conformity groupthink obedience Asch’s conformity experiment Milgram

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PSY 0010: LECTURE OBJECTIVES AND OUTLINE – FALL 2010 LECTURE: Social Psychology Objectives : Terms and concepts to learn attitudes attribution theory stereotype internal/external causes prejudice stable/unstable causes discrimination controllable/uncontrollable causes fundamental attribution error cognitive dissonance theory self-serving bias self-perception theory altruism normative social influence foot-in-the-door strategy informational social influence door-in-the-face strategy social facilitation low-balling strategy
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Unformatted text preview: social loafing that’s-not-all strategy deindividuation conformity groupthink obedience Asch’s conformity experiment Milgram obedience experiment Stanford prison experiment Outline I. ATTRIBUTION THEORY A. Internal/External Causes B. Stable/Unstable Causes C. Controllable/Uncontrollable Causes D. Errors and Biases II. ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIOR A. Attitude Influence on Behavior B. Behavior Influence on Attitude III. SOCIAL INFLUENCES A. Conformity B. Obedience...
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