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Unformatted text preview: 9. Discuss Asch’s experiments on conformity, and distinguish between normative and informational social influence. 10. Describe Milgram’s experiments on obedience, and outline the conditions in which obedience was highest. 11. Identify the three components of prejudice. 12. Contrast overt and subtle forms of prejudice, and give examples of each. 13. Explain how scapegoating illustrates the emotional component of prejudice. 14. Cite four ways that cognitive processes help create and maintain prejudice. 15. Outline four psychological triggers of aggression. 16. Explain how social traps and mirror-image perceptions fuel social conflict. 17. Describe the influence of proximity, physical attractiveness, and similarity on interpersonal attraction. 18. Define altruism , and give an example....
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- Winter '10
- Social Psychology, Fundamental Attribution Error, Scapegoating, Informational social influence, mirror-image perceptions fuel