Lecture 10 Notes, Negotiation
1) Divide into three-person groups and choose A, B or C
2) Rreach an agreement.
C might look very weak but can make a coalition w
Lecture 7 Notes, Compensation
Self Herding Model
Restaurant, people in line, think good, more people line up, think better and better
People assume people in front know more
w/o carry more info
go to Starbucks, buy coffee 1 time
week later, what rememb
Lecture 8 Notes, Labor
How would motivate your employees? Cash, gifts, bonus?
What would make you decide to go one way or the other ?
What are some of the factors you would consider?
For example, hourly wages or monthly wages
What effect would it
Lecture 9 Notes, Groups
sports game - fire, cars turn over, poles bent
People break into stores, steal, fire, how start?
National guard cant contain
-break law, so many others, cant be caught. 30 people steal, 31 not g
Lecture 6 Notes, Behavior
Set of ideas, want to walk through how a simple change in assumptions can lead us to a
lot of different predictions and ideas about peoples behavior
prospect theory, won Nobel prize
Simple idea, but captures a lot
Lecture 5 Notes, Decisions
What is decision making?
There is a perspective in psychology that says everything people do in terms of
changes (how people change over time) is a decision. think of everything as a
Decision Making as a discipline is
Lecture 1 Notes, Intuition
Pluralistic ignorance: when you sit in a big class and you dont understand, you assume
everyone else understands when people are quiet. The problem increases with class size.
Experiments have been done where smoke is piped into
Lecture 3 Notes, Memory
We do not have perfect control
Things to remind us
-things relate to others easier
-touch, smell, visual memory
-short and long term memories
How do you know this short/long term memory?
-remember a phone number for a
Lecture 4 Notes, Emotions
What do we know about emotions from our experience?
-Emotions have different levels, and they differ depending on experiences.
-There are different types of emotion. If you break up, you might cry for days. If you do
badly on tes
Lecture 2 Notes, Perception
visual system averages brightness. The area is small in the center, but eye is
averaging over a larger area in peripheral vision.
The only time it was slow was when the color and the name w