Lecture 11- pro-social behaviour
Notes made from Chapter 14 (p536- ) from course text
Real life shows us many examples of altruism.
Pro-social behaviour, helping behaviour and altruism
Researchers typically refer to acts that benefit another as pro-
AN ENDURING FEELING OR EVALUATION TOWARDS SOME PERSON, OBJECT OR EVENT (ATTITUDE OBJECT)
DEFINITION FORMED THROUGH
Affective : Classical Conditioning (association) linking attitude object to feelings. Behavioural : Observing others / imitation model
Lecture 1 and 2- Defining social psychology and its history
Notes from Chapter 12 of `Putting psychology in its place'
Of all of Psychology's sub-disciplines, Social Psychology is that in which involvement with socio-cultural contex
Lecture 3- Evidence: methods of inquiry
Notes from chapter 18, putting psychology in its place: Measurement has always been central to experimental science. For psychology, quantifying the phenomena it studies has been a perennial problem. For many t
Lecture 8- Social cognition
Notes made from chapter 2 of main course text (Hogg and Vaughan) Theses notes will discuss: How we process social information: the nature of social cognition How we form impressions of other people Types of social schem
Notes made from chapter 7 (p245 onwards) of main course text Types of social influence
Social psychology can be defined as `an attempt to understand and explain how the thoughts, feelings and behaviours of individuals are influenced
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The Correspondence Bias
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