LEGIT STUDY GUIDE FOR FINAL (4)

Being evaluated by a crowd prisoners dilemma and

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Hiding in the crowd vs. Being evaluated by a crowd Prisoner’s Dilemma and Tragedy of the Commons - Prisoner’s Dilemma either of them can rat out the other person and get 0 years in jail, not tell at all they go to 20 years, and if they both rat each other out they get 10 years in jail - Commons Dilemma Tragedy of the Commons everyone takes from a common pool of resources and goods that will replenish itself if used in moderation, but will disappear if overused - Overused library paper – now we have a limit Chapter 11 Group Selection Kin Selection Norm of Reciprocity Two types of empathy Negative State Relief, Arousal: Cost-Reward, Empathy-Altruism (models of helping) Religion and Helping
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Diffusion of Responsibility Pluralistic Ignorance Bystander Effect Urban Overload 5 steps to helping Mood Freezing Study (Manucia, Baumann, & Cialdini, 1984) – they gave people drugs that said it would either freeze your mood or not do anything… the instructor would leave them in a neutral mood or leave them sad. 11b ppt - IV: mood: neutral or negative o Drug: freeze or no effect - DV: helping behavior** - Results: If your in a negative mood, you will be willing to help to get their mood better - Increases helping in a negative mood with the no effect drug Chapter 12 Two types of aggression Amygdala Serotonin – inhibiting aggressive behavior Testosterone – increased aggressive behavior Alcohol and aggression Frustration-Aggression Hypothesis Evidence for Guns and Violence (found in book and in lecture) - Question in the test- seatle and vancouver – read it in the BOOK!
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  • Fall '10
  • EIDELMAN
  • Social Psychology, Aggressive Behavior, Frustration aggression theory, Social defeat

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