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Automatic versus Controlled Outline

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Automatic versus Controlled 10/8/10
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Reminders… Quiz #1 Today Exam #1 Wednesday
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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
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Causation, Correlation, and Control Inferring causation from correlation Illusory correlation Illusion of control
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Automatic Processes & Controlled Processes 1) Automatic behavior effects 2) What happens when we try to control thoughts? 3) The role of cognitive capacity
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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.
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Results of the Donald Study
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__________ is a good example of automatic thinking because it occurs quickly, unintentionally, and unconsciously.
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