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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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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PSYC 321 taught by Professor Martinvanslyck during the Fall '04 term at VCU.
- Fall '04
- Social Psychology