Nature and varieties of aggression sex differences goals frustration aggression

Nature and varieties of aggression sex differences

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: Nature and varieties of aggression, sex differences, goals, frustration-aggression hypothesis, arousal and irritability, gaining material and social awards through aggression, empathy vs. psychopathy, TV and computer games A: Read chapter 10, pp. 357-375 15
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A: Second video analysis report due 21: April 8 Tuesday Aggression 2 : Sexual selection and aggression, testosterone, cultures of honor, self-defense, abusive relationships, preventing aggression A: Read chapter 11, pp. 377-398 (to end of section summary) 22: April 10 Thursday: Prejudice, stereotyping, discrimination 1 : prejudice and stereotypes, the nature of discrimination, costs and benefits of discrimination, ingroup advantage, social dominance orientation, intergroup competition, gaining social approval, religiosity and prejudice, social identity, authoritarianism A: Read chapter 11, pp. 398-415 23: April 15 Tuesday Prejudice, stereotyping, discrimination 2 : mental efficiency through stereotypes, outgroup homogeneity, ethnic slurs, reducing prejudice, classroom interventions A: Read chapter 12, pp. 417-435 (end of section summary) 24: April 17 Thursday Groups 1 : social facilitation, deindividuation, emergence of group norms, group identity and structure, functions of groups, dividing labor, social loafing, optimal group size A: Read chapter 12, pp. 435-455 25: April 22 Tuesday Groups 2 : group decision making, group polarization, group thinking, jury decision-making, group leadership A: Read chapter 13, pp. 457-472 (end of section summary) 26: April 24 Thursday Social dilemmas 1 : Prisoner’s dilemma, tragedy of the commons, individual goals vs. group outcomes, social traps, egoistic vs. prosocial orientations, command vs. market vs. voluntarist solutions A: Read chapter 13, pp. 472-491 27: April 29 Tuesday Social dilemmas 2 : outgroup bias, ethnocentrism, competition and threat, international conflict, tit for tat, A: Read xeroxed material passed out in earlier class 28: May 1 Thursday Evolutionary social psychology : some more material not in the textbook A: Read chapter 14, pp. 493-521 16
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A: Be working hard on your third video analysis report 29: May 6 Tuesday Integrating social psychology : five theoretical perspectives, major social goals, person-situation interaction, applications and future of social psychology A: Third and last video analysis report due 30: May 8 Thursday: Social psychology and real life : discussions of personal relevance on the last day of class (Final exams May 12-16): No final exam in this course) 17
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