PSY205Ch16notes

PSY205Ch16notes - PSY205 Social Behavior CH. 16...

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PSY205 Social Behavior CH. 16 Attributions Internal vs External External- Failure, Internal – Win Biases in attributions Fundamental attribution error- internal about other people, external for yourself Defensive attribution (belief in a just world) Self-serving bias Cultural Influences Social Identity Theroy Activity Tajfel and Turner (1987) Ingroup favoritism vs outgroup stereotypes Minimal group favortism Experiment with school boys BIRGing and CORFing BIRGing: basking in reflected glory CORFing cutting off reflected Failures Close Relationships: Liking and Loving Key Factors in attraction Physical attractiveness Matching Hypothesis Similarity Reciprocity Proximity More your lives over lap Perspectives on Love Sternber (1988; 2006) Love has three facets: Passion, intimacy, and commitment Attitudes 3 components (ABC’s) Affective – emotions Behavioral – predisposition to act Cognitive – Beliefs Self-Perception theory
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