MyersAP-Unit14 - Unit 14: Social Psychology Unit Overview...

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Unformatted text preview: Unit 14: Social Psychology Unit Overview Social Thinking Social Infuence Social Relations Click on the any oF the above hyperlinks to go to that section in the presentation. Introduction Social Psychology Social Thinking Attributing Behavior to Persons or to Situations Attribution theory Dispositional vs. situational attribution Fundamental attribution error Self-serving bias Attributing Behavior to Persons or to Situations The E f ects of Attribution Personal relationships Political relationships Job relationships Attitudes and Actions Attitude Central route persuasion Peripheral route persuasion Attitudes and Actions Actions A f ect Attitudes The Foot-in-the-Door Phenomenon start small and build Attitudes and Actions Actions A f ect Attitudes Role-Playing A f ects Attitudes Role Stanford prison study Abu Ghraib Attitudes and Actions Actions A f ect Attitudes Cognitive Dissonance: Relief From Tension Cognitive dissonance theory Attitudes follow behavior Social Infuence Conformity and Obedience Chameleon e f ect Mood linkage Conformity and Obedience Group Pressure and Conformity Conformity Solomon Asch study Conformity and Obedience Solomon Asch Study Conformity and Obedience Group Pressure and Conformity Conditions That Strengthen Conformity One is made to feel incompetent or insecure Group has at least three people Group is unanimous One admires the groups status One has made no prior commitment Others in group observe ones behavior Ones culture strongly encourages respect for social standards Conformity and Obedience Group Pressure and Conformity Reasons for Conforming Normative social inFuence Informational social inFuence Conformity and Obedience Obedience Obedience Milgrams studies on obedience Procedure Results Ethics ollow up studies Conformity and Obedience Obedience Conformity and Obedience Obedience Conformity and Obedience Lessons From the Conformity and Obedience Studies Ordinary people being corrupted by an evil situation Group InFuence Individual Behavior in the Presence of Others Social acilitation Task di f culty Expertise e F ects Crowding e F ects Group Infuence Individual Behavior in the Presence of Others Social LoaFng Reasons why?...
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MyersAP-Unit14 - Unit 14: Social Psychology Unit Overview...

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