Exam 3 Study Guide

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STUDY GUIDE EXAM 3 Chapter 10 - interpersonal attraction exposure effect culture and marriage similarity and complementarity cross-cultural perceptions of attractiveness social exchange theory and equity theory in relationships love across cultures (not responsible for individual concepts of particular cultures, e.g. amae) passionate and companionate love attachment styles in relationships Rusbult’s investment model of relationships communal and exchange relationships Duck’s stages of relationship dissolution Chapter 11 - prosocial behavior empathy and empathy-altruism hypothesis cultural and gender differences in prosocial behavior feel good, do good/feel bad, do good Milgram’s (1970) urban overload hypothesis Oishi (2006) research bystander effect pluralistic ignorance stage model of bystander decision tree Beaman and colleagues (1978) research Chapter 12 - aggression types of aggression social psychologists’ view of aggression Nisbett (1993) research
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Unformatted text preview: body chemistry (not responsible for neural components) gender and aggression intimate partner violence alcohol provocation and reciprocation longitudinal research on TV watching Cline and colleagues (1973) research media and violence against women catharsis wartime and blaming the victim factors that reduce aggression Feshbach (1989, 1997) in-school program Chapter 13 - prejudice Clark & Clark (1947) classic social psychology study affective, behavioral, cognitive components of prejudice Stone and colleagues (1997) Swim and Sanna (1996) Hebl and colleagues (2002) Elliot (1977) in-school exercise on prejudice why logic (alone) does not reduce prejudice Devine (1989) automatic and controlled stereotype processing illusory correlation Sherif and colleagues (1961) classic study institutionalized racism and sexism modern racism and subtle sexism conditions that reduce prejudice...
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