Irving Janis (1972-1983)
a mode of thinking that people
engage in when they are deeply involved
in a cohesive in-group, when the
members strivings for unanimity
override their motivation to reali
What is Informational Influence?
Is a psychological phenomenon.
The situation is ambiguous.
There is a crisis. We have no time to think and experiment.
Others are experts
Informational Social Inf
DRUGS AND BEHAVIOR
Which type of alcohol is intended for
BAC is determined by?
Alcohol absorption is affected by
Food and acid reducing agents
Absorption is fastest
DRUGS AND BEHAVIOR
Exam 1 Module Review
Divisions of the nervous system
Drugs impact which system?
Lobes of the brain
Intracellular communication is
therapy for intergroup and international conflict, have
been pioneered by John W. Burton (Conflict and Communication. London, 1969) and Herbert C. Kelman (Mediation i n lnternational Relations, New York, 1992). Selected members of both sides me
Reading our book
Author glossed over Groupthink
The mention of Mindguards made me curious to know if there were other symptoms
Found that there were 8 solid symptoms identified by Janis hypothesis
I was intrigued
-Irving Janis (1971)
a mode of thinking t
Barriers to Being Active Quiz
What keeps you from being more active?
Directions: Listed below are reasons that people give to describe why they do not get as much physical activity as they think
they should. Please read each statement and indicate how lik
Endocrine Disruption of Brain Sexual Differentiation
by Developmental PCB Exposure
Sarah M. Dickerson, Stephanie L. Cunningham, Heather B. Patisaul,
Michael J. Woller, and Andrea C. Gore
Division of Pharmacology and Toxicology and Cente
SOP 4004.521 and SOP 4004.522 Fall 2016
3 Credit Hours
University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee
This course is 100% on-line
Instructor: Amy M. Fleece, Ph.D.
Class Time: 100% online
Friday Fun Facts:
At the moment of conception, you were smaller than the period at the end of this
During the last few months of pregnancy, you (as a fetus) could hear sounds outside
your mothers womb.
At birth, your head was approxi
The Goals of Personality Psychology
Personality psychologys unique mission is to address the psychological triad of thought, feeling, and behavior,
and to try to explain the psychological functioning of whole individuals. This is
Psychology's Emphasis on Method
o Case Method
o An Experimental and a Correlational Study
o Comparing the Experimental and Correlational Methods
o Representative Design
Scientific Education and Technical Training
ISC1001C GROUP WORK
Study of Properties of Materials
Your name: Isabella Menendez
Collect different materials from in and around your home and study their properties
by feeling, scratching, bending, stretching and so on and make a list of them.
1. Define learning
Learning is the change in behavior or possible change in behavior due from experience.
2. How do classical and operant learning differ?
Classical learning differs from operant learning since classical learning is when you connec
1) What are the five levels of Maslow's hierarchy of needs?
The five levels of Maslows hierarchy of needs are Physiological needs, Safety needs, Belongingness
needs, Esteem needs, and self-actualization.
2) What is self-actualization?
1) Briefly discuss the Duplex theory of memory
The duplex theory of memory is the theory that explains how information is transferred from
short term to long term memory by rehearsal.
2) Discuss the levels of processing approach to memory (Craik a
1) Describe abilities that child have in the preoperational stage of development
The ability that children have in the preoperational stage of development is the ability to use and learn
language but at the same time cant comprehend logic.
1) what is the difference between Problem-focused and Emotion-focused ways of dealing with
The difference between problem focused and emotion focused ways of dealing with stress is
that problem focuses on reducing stress by making the pro
1) Describe Heuristics
Heuristics are strategies that suggest or imply possible solutions to a problem but dont
guarantee a correct answer.
2) What is functional fixedness?
Functional fixedness is failing to solve a problem due to fixation on some
1) Describe how circadian rhythms regulate human behavior.
Circadian rhythms regulate human behavior by going through a 24hour cycle that helps initiate
sleep and wake functions, a biological alarm clock.
2) Describe REM sleep.
REM sleep is when t
1.) Briefly describe what Absolute Threshold is.
Absolute Threshold is the minimum stimulation your body can sense.
2.) What is the difference between sensation and perception, or are they the same?
The difference between sensation and perception
1) According to the PowerPoint Lesson, what are the three components of intelligence?
According to the PowerPoint lesson I believe the three components of intelligence are
Componential intelligence which is academic ability, experiential intellige
DA #3 Part 2
1. On a whole, I expected the two groups to be similar, however, the two groups were only
close with the mean of self-esteem.
2. The variance in ages were not as drastic as the IQ in self-esteem between the two
groups. It is no
DA #4: ANOVA Calculation
A one-way ANOVA was conducted with instruction (memory, ideas) as the betweensubjects factor. There was sufficient evidence to conclude that instruction had a differential
effect on remembered scores, F(1,8)=7.2, p
Exam 2 Study Guide
*The terms sex and gender are used interchangeably here and on the exam
*For multiple choice, always choose the best answer
*Highlighted content may be the focus of short answer items
What is a meta-analysis?
A statistical too
Some athletes will be given training in a new imaging procedure that they are to use
just prior to shooting foul shots; they will be compared with other athletes not given
any special training.