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Unformatted text preview: they will act in a situation. The self-serving bias is the ability for one to credit themselves for good behaviors and justify their own wrong actions. To go in correlation with the self-serving bias, the just-world hypothesis would put all your wrong or right actions up against a fair and just world, not a realistic one. Social identities are developed by people due to their religion, beliefs, and sometimes our occupational groups. When people come in contact with others, almost immediately a stereotype is formed based on the others appearance, actions and the way they talk. Sometimes stereotyping can cause extreme hatred towards another group, this feeling is called prejudice. All of these terms are ways that our behaviors and peoples behaviors can be effect and have an effect on us and the people around us....
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2011 for the course PSY 1012 taught by Professor Rogers during the Fall '10 term at Daytona State College.
- Fall '10