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Chapter 2: Social Learning and Social Cognition

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Nancy Frye

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Chapter 2: Social Learning and Social Cognition
Learning-related ideas
Working in groups, define and give an example of:
Operant learning
Associational learning
Observational learning
Schema and related ideas
In groups, define and come up with an example of:
cognitive accessibility
Bias and prediction
In groups, define and give an example of:
confirmation bias
self-fulfilling prophesy
Rules of thumb
In groups, define and give an example of:
representativeness heuristic
availability heuristic
anchoring and adjustment
Which is it?
Examples with people?
Other examples? (with older people?)
How did the content of the chapter compare to what you expected it to be about?
How common are these in everyday life?
Which ideas are relevant?
1. What is college?
2. The college I went to had no grades, and you could create your own classes. How does this reconcile with what you said in response to question 1?
Look at the pictures below
What do you see?
Which ideas are relevant?
Other examples of salience?
Which ideas are relevant?
Which ideas are relevant?
"Every time I wash my car, it rains"
Which ideas are relevant?
How could these work together?
Self-fulfilling prophesy, and then confirmation bias for what pay attention to
Which answers the question of:
How likely is this?
Which group does this person or thing belong to?
How far is this?
Memory and self-awareness
In groups, define and give an example of:
misinformation effect
What is your earliest memory?
About how old were you?
At what age do people develop memories?
What might explain this?
How does the misinformation effect apply?
Is confidence a sign of correctness? Why or why not?
Perceptions of the self and the past
In groups, define and give an example of:
false consensus
counterfactual thinking
Discuss what false uniqueness might mean
Which is it?
Eat at Joe's
What is social learning and social cognition?
How can these concepts and ideas work together to explain behavior?
Chapter 3
For next time, read Chapter 3

This chapter is titled Social Affect
What do you think this refers to?
What sorts of topics might be covered?
What do you already know about this area?
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