Historical study of gender
[Girls] notice the penis of a brother or playmate,
strikingly visible and of large proportions, at once
recognize it as the superior counterpart of th
Religion and Spirituality
n Background: Religions and spirituality
n Religiosity and mental health
n Religiosity and sexuality
n Religiosity and prejudice
Organization of Religious Behavior
An ecclesia is a religious organization cla
Mean = 31 out of 45 points
1. Moderator vs. Mediator
2. Collectivistic/Individualistic vs.
Moderation vs. Mediation
Generally we ask a question like
Does X predict or cause Y?
Study Guide Exam 2 Fall 2016
1. Understand different conceptualizations of moderation vs. mediation and be able to
apply the concepts
2. Know definitions of privilege and power, differences between prejudice and racism
3. Understand examples of racisms at
1. What is minority stress theory
2. What is the theory of intersectionality
Studies of multiple identities Comparing Additive
Approach vs. Intersectionality Approach
3. Empirical findings on intersectional
Social Class &
PSY3301 Fall 2016
What is social class vs. socioeconomic status (SES)?
Why do we want to study SES?
What does Conley (2009) paper say?
How to measure SES?
Are there inequalities in SES?
What does ps
Publishable Germ. This work contains the germ of an idea or ideas that
could be worked up to submit for publication. This is a rare category, but
something we should all strive for!
I Learned Something. Something in your paper made me think,
consider an i
Prejudice & Racism
Recall previous lecture
Advantage or right granted and/or only
available to a particular group (Oxford American
Elements of privilege
Have you asked for it?
Level of awareness?
Theories and methods
What is culture?
Belief systems and value orientations that
influence customs, norms, practices, social
institutions, including psychological processes
and organizations. (APA, 200
PSY3301 Fall 2016
.groups of individuals having different
cultures come into continuous firsthand contact wi
Diversification of the United States
century of change.
n Minority-Majority Nation by
Evidence that this change is not
welcomed (Craig & Richeson, 2014)
Craig & Richeson, 2014
CHILD DEVELOPMENT &
WHAT IS DEVELOPMENT?
Change & stability over
Motor, cognitive, social
Whats universal, and
What variation is due to
the individual, the
environment, and the
interaction of the two?
when we study human language,
we are approaching what some
call the human essence,
the qualities of the mind that are, so
far as we know, unique
-Noam Chomsky (1972)
Basic features and structure of language
n Emotion: What is it? Why do we need it?
n Universal aspects of emotion
n Cultural differences in emotion
What is Emotion?
n Emotion: is an evaluative response the typically
includes some combination of physiologic
Some [Korean Adoptees] have
come to see our [Korean
Adoptee] culture and identity as
stronger than our ties to either
the birth or adoptive cultures
Sunny Jo (2006)