Automatic versus Controlled Outline

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Unformatted text preview: Automatic versus Controlled 10/8/10 Reminders… • Quiz #1 Today • Exam #1 Wednesday Friday October 8, 2010 - Outline I. Five Axioms of Social Psychology II. Research Methodology III. Social Cognition A. 3 Models of Cognitive Processing B. Cognitive Schemas C. Errors in Social Thinking D. Biases in Memory E. Automatic and Controlled Processes Causation, Correlation, and Control • Inferring causation from correlation • Illusory correlation – – • Illusion of control – Automatic Processes & Controlled Processes 1) Automatic behavior effects 2) What happens when we try to control thoughts? 3) The role of cognitive capacity Automatic vs. Controlled 1. Quick and automatic “without thinking,” without consciously ___________ one’s own thoughts, perceptions, assumptions. 2. Controlled thinking that is ____________ and ___________, pausing to think about self and environment, carefully selecting the right course of action. Results of the Donald Study __________ is a good example of automatic...
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2012 for the course PSYCH 6 taught by Professor Devers during the Spring '12 term at UCSD.

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