exam 2 study guide 350 fall 2007

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Exam 2 Study Guide PSYCH 350 Fall 2007 Overall 1. There will be 50 multiple-choice questions on the exam. 2. Overall, the test will be about 60% from material covered both in lecture and book, 20%  from material only covered in the book, and 20% from material only covered in lecture.  3. Know all bold words from the text and lecture and be able to apply them. Many of the  questions on the test do not ask for specific definitions of concepts, but instead require you  to recognize examples of the concept. II Attitudes (Chapter 6-7) 1. What are attitudes? What are the 3 parts of attitudes? What are the functions of attitudes?  Why do attitudes form? What are ambivalent, implicit and explicit attitudes and how do they  relate to behavior? 2. Be familiar with self-report measures and their strengths and weaknesses. 3. Be familiar with nonverbal measures of attitudes, especially the IAT and its strengths and  weaknesses. 4. Be familiar with LaPiere’s study.  5. Under what circumstances do attitudes predict behavior? Be familiar with the compatibility  principle and the aggregation principle. Be very familiar with the theory of reasoned action  and the theory of planned behavior.
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