Psychology in Action

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T EXT E NRICHMENT Page Chapter Outline 485 Learning Objectives 486 Chapter Summary/Lecture Organizer 487 Teaching Resources 491 Lecture Lead-Ins 492 Lecture Extenders 493 Key Terms 496 Discussion Questions 497 Web Sites 498 Suggested Films and Videos 499 Books for Success 501 DEMONSTRATIONS, EXERCISES, PROJECTS Active Learning Activities 502 Brain-Based Learning Activities 506 Critical Thinking Exercises 508 Gender and Cultural Diversity Activity 512 Writing Project 513 Instructor's Resource Guide                               Chapter 16                                             Page  228         C HAPTER   16 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
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O utline Our Thoughts about Others Attribution Attitudes Our Feelings about Others Prejudice and Discrimination Interpersonal Attraction Gender and Cultural Diversity Is Beauty in the Eye of the Beholder? Psychology at Work The Art and Science of Flirting Our Actions Toward Others Social Influence Group Processes Aggression Altruism Critical Thinking/Active Learning When and Why Do We Help? Applying Social Psychology to Social Problems Reducing Prejudice and Discrimination Research Highlight Understanding Implicit Biases Overcoming Destructive Obedience Instructor's Resource Guide                               Chapter 16                                             Page  229
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  L earning O bjectives Upon completion of CHAPTER 16, the student should be able to: 16.1 What is social psychology? (p. 544) 16.2 Describe the process of attribution and its two key errors. (p. 546) 16.3 Describe how culture affects attributional biases. (p. 548) 16.4 Define attitude and identify its three key components. (p. 548) 16.5 What is cognitive dissonance, how does it change attitudes, and how does culture affect it? (p. 548) 16.6 Define prejudice, identify its three key components, and differentiate between prejudice and discrimination. (p. 551) 16.7 Discuss the five major sources of prejudice and discrimination. (p. 551) 16.8 What are the three key factors in attraction? (p. 553) 16.9 Describe cultural and historical similarities and differences in judgments of attractiveness. (p. 554) 16.10 Discuss scientific research on flirting. (p. 555) 16.11 Differentiate between romantic and companionate love, and discuss problems with romantic love. (p. 557) 16.12 Define conformity, and explain the three factors that contribute to this behavior. (p. 560) 16.13 Define obedience and describe Milgram’s classic study. (p. 561) 16.14 Identify the four key factors in obedience. (p. 562) 16.15 Discuss the importance of roles and deindividuation in Zimbardo’s Stanford prison study.
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