Psych-Soc 30 Final Exam Study Guide (2009 Spring)

Psych-Soc 30 Final Exam Study Guide (2009 Spring) -...

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Social Psychology  Final Exam Study Guide Study guides from Exam 1 and Exam 2 should also be reviewed for the   Final Exam. Prosocial Behavior (chapter 9) Social Responsibility Norm The Bystander Effect (The Lecture That Can Save Your Life!) Kitty Genovese story (Why didn’t she get help?) Interpreting an Incident as an Emergency Pluralistic Ignorance Using other’s cues when defining an incident as an  emergency Diffusion of Responsibility Lots of people present means we feel less responsibility to  help “The Epileptic Seizure Study” Unwanted Help Shotland and Straw, 1976 “I don’t even know you” vs. “I don’t know why I  married you”  What to do if YOU are in need of help (how can you save your life?) Altruist Personality Trait? Reasons for Prosocial Behavior Helping to Improve Welfare Genetic and Material Benefits Inclusive Fitness Genetic Relatedness and Helping “Would you lend your car to your brother” Study Reciprocal Aid
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Expanded Sense of “WE” Learning to Help (or not help) Economics students and Helping Helping to Gain Social Status Potlatch Ceremonies Desire for Approval
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