Study Guide for Final Exam Psych 260 2009-1

Study Guide for Final Exam Psych 260 2009-1 - Study Guide...

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Study Guide for Final Exam Psych 260 Key words and findings (the exam will include terms and findings not cited here, too; however, below are basic terms and findings with which you should be very familiar). The Final exam is cumulative, namely include some materials covered earlier. Roughly 75-80% of the final exam questions come Ch.1 What is social psychology? Who are they? Kurt Lewin, Fritz Heider, and Leon Festinger? Ch. 2. Method Correlational vs. experimental method Internal vs. external validity Ch. 3. Social Cognition What is Schema? What is Priming? Self-fulfilling prophecy Heuristics (availability, representativenesss, anchoring) Ch. 4. Social Perception Kelley’s covariation model of attribution What is correspondence bias? What is fundamental attribution error? Dan Gilbert’s Two-step model of attribution What is misattribution? What is the consequence of misattribution? Ch. 5. Self-Knowledge
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2011 for the course PSYC 2600 taught by Professor Oishi during the Spring '09 term at UVA.

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