Review guidelines General psychology ch 13

Review guidelines General psychology ch 13 - Chapter 13...

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Chapter 13 review guide What is social psychology? 1. What is social psychology? 2. What is the need to belong theory? What is the evidence for this theory? 3. What is social facilitation? What is social loafing? Cooperation and competition 4. Describe the prisoner’s dilemma. What is the tit for tat strategy? 5. Why does the book suggest that we end up cooperating with other people? 6. What is prosocial behavior? 7. What are thought to be two reasons why bystanders don’t intervene in emergencies? 8. What is altruism? 9. What factors influence whether people engage in helping behavior? Has being in this class changed the likelihood that you will? Social perception and cognition 10. What are social perception and social cognition? What is the primacy effect in this context? 11. What is a stereotype? Why do we likely have stereotypes? 12. What is prejudice? What is aversive racism? Explain ambivalent sexism. 13. What does the implicit association test aim to measure?
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