Conformity- changing ones behavior due to the real or imagined
influence of others. Ex: eve
Every time we make a decision, we experience disson
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By asking how reality is experienced differently by different people, we gain insight into what a
day in another persons life might be like. On the other hand, specu
1. How does this test work? In other words, what exactly is being measured, and how is
it proposed to measure your attitudes?
The IAT measures implicit attitudes and beliefs that people are either unwilling or
Define input, output, and inferential heuristic biases generally,
and define one specific bias falling into each category.
Input Bias- When inference relies on data selectively, such that some classes of data
are given more weight than others. As a res
Social Psychology Week 1: Milgram Experiment
65% continued to the most severe shock
Experts predicted less than 4% of subjects would finish experiment
Subjects continued largely because of Social Reality because they believed the
Learning Objectives After studying this chapter, you should be able to:
1. Define an attitude and identify its components.
Attitude- evaluations of people, objects, and ideas. Often attitudes
determine what we do.
o cognitive component-