Review Topics Exam 1 - Review Topics 1 What is social...

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Review Topics 1. What is social psychology? 2. Construct vs. Operational Definition 3. Why might Social Psychology seem like common sense (hindsight) 4. Why can’t we infer causality from correlational studies? (third-variable problem and reverse directionality) 5. Random assignment and why we need it; manipulation and why we need it 6. What is social perception? 7. Thin slicing – what is it? (snap impressions) Know the illustrative studies. 8. Darwinian argument about facial expressions 9. Universal emotions (anger, fear, disgust, happiness, surprise, sadness) 10. cultural display rules – what are they? (implicit norms about when and how to express emotions) 11. How to distinguish real vs. fake smiles? (real – crinkle around eyes and eye brows move; fake just cheekbone muscles) 12. lie detection – why humans are bad it? (pay too little attention to body and and voice) 13. attribution – what are they? (causes or explanations) 14. attribution --- founding fathers (Heider, Kelly)
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