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SOCAL PSYCHOLOGY DR. DAVID STOUT FINAL EXAM REVIEW GUIDE NOTE: relationships between the concepts as well as applications of these concepts may appear on the exam. CHAPTER 1 Hindsight bias Correlations and the “third variable effect” Potential sources of bias in survey research Benefits of experiments over correlational studies Random sampling and random assignment Ethics of experimentation, informed consent, debriefing, and use of deception Safeguards social psychologists use to protect research participants CHAPTER 2 Spotlight effect and illusion of transparency Self-concept, self-schemas, and possible selves Planning fallacy, affective forecasting, impact bias, and the psychological immune system Dual attitude system, implicit, and explicit attitudes Self-esteem, benefits and drawbacks of high self-esteem, drawbacks of low self-esteem Narcissism and the dark triad of negative traits Self-efficacy, locus of control, learned helplessness, and perceived control Tyranny of freedom and the costs of excess choice Self-serving attributions, unrealistic optimism, false consensus, and false uniqueness Self-handicapping, impression management, and self-monitoring CHAPTER 3 Spontaneous trait transference Belief perseverance Memory reconstruction, misinformation effect, rosy retrospection, and social desirability bias Overconfidence Confirmation bias Representativeness heuristic, availability heuristic, and probability neglect Counterfactual thinking Illusory correlation, illusions of control, and regression to the mean Attribution theory, dispositional and situational attributions,
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