Ch17_Psych100_Fall2010_JRF_2of2 - DD Outline What is social...

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Outline Announcement s READ THE BoOk! Do your Subject Pool hours! (+ Assn 4) Final exam: Mon Dec 13 th 8am-11am in 180 Bevier conflict form due Dec. 1 st DD What is social cognition? How we think about: ourselves others others’ acts objects mates "We hear and apprehend only what we already half know." H. D. Thoreau "Two-thirds of what we see is behind our eyes." Chinese proverb
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Outline What is social cognition? How we think about: ourselves others others’ acts objects mates
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How we think about others’ actions Attribution : your explanation of another’s behavior internal : personal characteristics external : situation Argh ! 17.9
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Stereotypes…
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Kelley’s theory of attribution formation Low High Consensus Does everyone act like that? internal external Consistency Does s/he often act like that in that situation ? external internal Distinctiveness Does s/he often act like internal external 17.9
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Internal Attribution External Attribution External Attribution Your dad acts rudely to your friend Ralph. 17.9
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Comprehension Check One day, Pam witnesses Dwight verbally abusing his fellow salesperson, Phyllis, though no one else in the Office verbally abuses Phyllis. Dwight's behavior is showing A: low consensus B: high consensus C: low distinctiveness D: high consistency
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Comprehension Check All that week, Pam witnesses Dwight verbally abusing his fellow salesperson, Phyllis. Dwight's behavior is showing A: low consistency B: high consistency C: low distinctiveness D: high consensus
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Comprehension Check Dwight verbally abuses his fellow salesperson, Phyllis. However, at the Office, Dwight also berates Jim, Michael, and Kevin, demonstrating: A: low consistency B: high consensus C: low distinctiveness D: high consistency
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Comprehension Check
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