Chapter 4 Alcohol and Drugs
March 7th, 2017
1. Drug; A substance, that isnt food, that chemically alters the function or structure of a living
organism. In the medical context, a drug can also be something a doctor prescribes to their
patient to relieve p
interact with her cognitive, personality, and social development.
occur independently of her cognitive development.
will become less important than personality and social d
I believe that both side of nature vs. Nurture play a role in how our behavioral
characteristics are developed but I believe that nurture has a larger influence than nature. When I
was 7 years old my mom and my dad separate
Thursday, September 18, 2014
Social beliefs and Judgements!
Heuristics and biases
- heuristics: thinking strategy for quick, efcient judgements!
why do we rely on them?!
- cognitive misers!
- adaptive !
- Availability heuristic!
more easily we recal
Tuesday, February 4, 2014
Attitudes & Beliefs and starting Persuasion
- Effort Justication Paradigm!
Aronson and Mills (1959) sexual discussion group!
Participants all female and 3 different conditions!
- 1. severe initiation- read aloud sexually ex
Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Ch. 6 Conformity and Obedience
- Gender Roles!
norms for males and females!
Example > new mom as CEO of yahoo; stay at home dad!
Gender as innate? (Alexander et al., 2008)!
- 6 month old infants exhibit gender-related toy