CEP260_Chapter_6 - Chapter 6 Social Thinking and Social...

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Chapter 6 Social Thinking and Social Influence
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Agenda Quiz Breaking A Social Norm Discussion Chapter 6 Lecture - Social Thinking and Social Influence Group Activity & Discussion Break Midterm Review
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What Comes to Mind? Football Player Engineering Major English Major Cheerleader Drama Club Member Honor Student Part-time Student Freshman Single Mother Fraternity Brother Sorority Sister
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Forming Impressions of Others How do we form impressions of others?
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Forming Impressions of Others How do we form impressions of others? Appearance Cues: height, weight, skin color, hair color Verbal behavior What accent people have Actions Rely on people’s behavior to tell the truth Situations Non-verbal messages Facial expressions, eye contact, body language
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Forming Impressions of Others Snap judgments vs. systematic judgments When have you made snap judgments? What are the results of these judgments? Are they accurate?
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Forming Impressions of Others Attributions: inferences that people draw about the causes of their own behavior, other’s behavior, and events Internal : cause of behavior is due to someone’s personal dispositions/traits External : cause of behavior is due to someone’s situational demands or environmental constraints When do we make attributions about people?
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Perceiver Expectations Confirmation bias
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Thompson during the Spring '11 term at Michigan State University.

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CEP260_Chapter_6 - Chapter 6 Social Thinking and Social...

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