Chapter 3 Outline

Chapter 3 Outline - iii Reconstructing our experiences Misfortune and priming 1 Misinformation effect – 2 Priming – III How accurately do we

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Paul Burkhart Chapter 3 Outline Blue – I Red – a. Black – i. Italics – 1. Social Beliefs and Judgments I. How do we explain others? a. Attributing Causality: To the person or the situation i. Inferring traits – ii. Commonsense attributions – b. The Fundamental Attribution Error – i. The fundamental attribution error in everyday life c. How do we make the attribution error? i. Perspective and situational awareness 1. An actor observer difference - 2. The camera perspective bias - 3. Perspectives change with time – 4. Self-awareness – ii. Cultural Differences d. How fundamental is the fundamental attribution error? e. Why we study attribution errors II. How do we perceive and recall our social worlds? a. Perceiving and interpreting events b. Belief perseverance c. Constructing memories of ourselves and our worlds i. Reconstructing our past attitudes ii. Reconstructing our past behavior
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Unformatted text preview: iii. Reconstructing our experiences: Misfortune and priming 1. Misinformation effect – 2. Priming – III. How accurately do we make judgments? a. Intuitive judgments i. The powers of intuition – ii. The limits of intuition – b. The tendency to be overconfident i. Overconfidence effect – ii. Confirmation bias – iii. Remedies for overconfidence c. Heuristics: Mental Shortcuts – i. Heuristics – ii. Representative heuristic – iii. The availability heuristic – iv. Counterfactual thinking – d. Illusory thinking i. Illusory correlation – ii. Illusion of control – e. Mood and judgment – IV. Do our beliefs tend to be self fulfilling? a. Teacher expectations and student performance – b. Getting from others what we expect – V. Conclusions – END. THANK GOD....
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Chapter 3 Outline - iii Reconstructing our experiences Misfortune and priming 1 Misinformation effect – 2 Priming – III How accurately do we

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