5 October 2016
1) Take the abbreviated Self-Monitoring Scale and provide your score. Does your score
seem to be a good representation of you?
The level of self-monitoring that one engages in can range
1) For EACH of the two studies, provide the hypothesis(es), general description
of procedure, and general explanation of findings (nothing too complicated
here - what did they find, in your own words?).
a. Study 1:
i. Hypothesis: The researchers hypothesi
Should the use of deception be banned? Why or why not? If not, under what conditions
should it be allowed? What impact would such a limitation have on social psychological
research? Defend you position.
Deception in psychological research is defined as wh
Paper Topic 1- RUN THROUGH WRITECHECK BEFORE SUBMIT
THROUGH SAFE ASSIGN- DO APA CITATION
PSYC212 / Barber
Due: Monday, October 3rd at 11:30am
Textbook, class notes, any relevant RSP stuff is bare minimum for citing
HAVE TO HAVE IN-TEXT CITATIONS-LOOK UP H
14 September 2016
Hypothesis: The researchers hypothesized that Japanese participants would report relatively
more objects in background environments than would American participants. They also
Social Psych 8-24-2016
Intro to social psych: chapter 1
Why study social psychology?
This is in many ways ubiquitously understandable and important to all humans
Helps to understand different groups
Social situations work on us even when we dont think
Abnormal psych 9-8-2016
Genes affect risk for psychopathology by affecting brain chemistry and function
Someone with depression who gives birth to a child has a child with increased
risk of depression
Parent with depression