Study Guide 3
1. Sigmund Freud - proposed 3 levels of awareness in consciousness: the conscious, the
preconscious, and the unconscious. Psychoanalytic theory leader. Proposed the id, ego, and
superego and defense mechanisms.
2. Psychodynamic Perspective P
Study Guide Psych 100
1. Psychology the scientific study of behavior and mental processes
2. Wilhem Wundt father of psychology. 1879 Germany 1st Lab. Introspection looking
inward and reporting ones sensations and perceptions.
3. Edward Titchener (Cornell)
Psych Exam 2 Study Guide:
Short-term memory the component of the memory system that holds about seven items for less than
30 seconds without rehearsal.
Long-Term Memory- The memory system with a virtually unlimited capacity that contains vast stores of a
Attribution Theory: focuses on how people explain their successes and failures. This view,
originated by Heider (1958) and extended popularized by Weiner (1985, 1986), holds that
literally thousands of possible explanations for success and failure can be
Term Paper Handout:
This will be an 8-10 page typed, double-spaced paper attempting to write your own "psychological life-history". Of course
such an undertaking will at best be incomplete in such limited spac
Chapter 11: Prosocial Behavior
Prosocial Behavior and Altruism
o Prosocial Behavior: any act performed with the goal of benefiting another person
o Altruism: the desire to help another person even if it involves a cost to the helper.
-VIDEO: Monkeys brain being eaten:
a monkey that is alive was put in table and his cranial was open
and his brains were
eaten. It's a culture that believes that by
eating the brains of a monkey you will gain their knowledge. The
people in the video eatin
PERSONALITY TRAITS AS PREDICTORS OF DRUG ADDICTION
Personality Traits as Predictors of Drug Addiction
PERSONALITY TRAITS AS PREDICTORS OF DRUG ADDICTION
The American Society of Addition Medicine defines addiction as a primary, chr
these are notes from the review session 10/28 @ 12 pm w/ the GRADUATE TAs.
they gave notes/tips for certain questions, so I have put the questions each of the notes pertain to so you can
better follow it
PRACTICE WRITING OUT QUESTIONS. TIMING
P104S Social Animal - Student study list for Final Exam - Summer, 2016
Below is a list of study terms and concepts to help with the final exam. This is an
incomplete list that may help you prepare for the Final Exam. This list is by no means a
Chapter 1 Outline: Introducing Social Psychology
Social Psychology: scientific study of the way in which peoples thoughts, feelings, and
behaviors are influenced by the real or imagined presence of other people. Interested in
what happens in the mind of
Chapter 7: Attitudes and Attitude Change
Attitudes: Evaluations of people, objects, and ideas.
X. Attitude toward smoking: smoking is attractive, fun, sucks.
Advertising can have powerful effects on attitudes:
X. Attitudes toward cigarettes sold
Basics of Psychoanalysis
The Key Ideas of Psychoanalysis:
The Structure of the Mind
Topics to be covered:
An overview: https:/www.youtube.com/watch?
The id is the primitive mind
You have opted to complete the Weapons - Harmless Objects IAT.
You will complete three tasks: two brief questionnaires and an IAT in which you will
sort words and pictures into categories as quickly as possible. You should be ab
Chapter 1: Introducing Social Psychology
Understanding Social Psychology versus Personality Psychology:
-Personality Psychology: how people respond differently than others, but consistently
-Social Psychology: how situations lead peopl
Psy Beh 104S: The Social Animal
Assignment #1: Chapter Outline
Chapter 4 Outline: Social Perception: How We Come to Understand Other People
Summary of headlines:
Culture and Implicit Personality Theories: general notions
Chapter 7: Attitudes and Attitude Change: Influencing Thoughts and Feelings
Attitudes: Evaluations of people, objects, and ideas
Cognitively Based Attitude: an attitude based primarily on peoples beliefs about the properties
of an attitude object.
Psy Beh 104S: Midterm Study Guide
Social influence direct vs indirect:
Personality vs. Social Psychology: Personality psychology focuses on individual
differences in traits where aspects of people's personalities make them different from
others, they ign
PsyBeh 104S: Social Animal
Article Summary: Misattribution Bridge Study
In the past experiments created by other researchers; it is said that emotions and feelings
can be misattributed to physiological arousal. In this case, misattribution mea
From book thats on test
Personality psych: focuses on individual differences and lay people tend to be like personality
Social psych: focuses on the situation, individuals in context.
X. Classic social psychological phenomenon - FUNDAMENTAL ATTRIBU
How Do We Think About Why
Other People Do What They Do?
section will examine three major
theories that describe how we think
about why people engage in
particular types of behavior:
1. Attribution theory.
Social Psychology: An Empirical
Empirical research allows us to test the
validity of personal observations and folk
For a demonstration, take a moment and read the
following statement: Social psychologists have found
What is Social Psychology?
Social influence is the effect that words,
actions, or mere presence of other people
have on our thoughts, feelings, attitudes, or
Social Psychology is the scientific study of
The Nature of the Self
William James defined a basic duality of
the self: it is both the known, Me, or
self-concept (our knowledge of who we
are), and the knower, I, or selfawareness (the act of thinking about
How Can Short-cuts Lead to Errors
in Thinking About the World?
This section will examine cues that we
rely on to quickly reach decisions, which
in turn can lead to errors in perceiving
The reason people can form opinions of others quickly and effortlessly is due to
In our everyday lives, the choic
Research begins with a hunch, or _, that the researcher wants to test.
The _ method is often used in surveys.
Chapter 4 Pretest
Melvin Lerner has called the assumption that people get what they deserve and deserve what
the belief in a just world.
tit for tat.
the code of the optimist.
the belief in
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