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Social Psychology

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Transcript of Social Psychology

Social Psychology
CONFORMITY
Asch Studies
OBEDIENCE
Milgram Studies
BYSTANDER EFFECT
Kitty Genovese
POWER OF SITUATION AND ROLES
Stanford Prison Study
Fundamental Attribution Error
MOST IMPORTANT FINDING IN PSYCHOLOGY
...In my opinion
65% of Individuals administered the fatal shock
Smoke Filled Room Study
PHOTOGRAPHERS
ATTRACTION
Elevator Study
Cognitive Dissonance
ATTITUDE
BEHAVIOR
Fundamental Attribution Error
Conformity
Obedience
Bystander Effect
Power of Roles
Cognitive Dissonance
Attraction
MIMICRY
SOCIAL LOAFING
ALTRUISM
Ego Depletion
Social Loafing
Altruism
Can we ever help someone without getting something in return?
Can we really ever be selfless?
BUT...
Concern for others with no intention of reward
Clapping
Group Work
Crowds
DEINDIVIDUATION
GROUPTHINK
Aggression
Prejudice
In-Group Bias and Out-Group Bias
Scapegoat Theory
Front Rowers
Back Rowers
Make a list why the other group chooses that seat
Aggression
Prejudice
Sunk Cost Fallacy
Post Purchase Rationalization
Anchoring Effect
THIS IS HOW "THEY" GET YOU!!
Foot-in-the-door Phenomenon
Types of Aggression
Instrumental
Reactive
Bullying
Relational
48% of students are victims of RA 2 or more times a month
What is Aggression?
Peripheral Persuasion
Central Route Persuasion
Chameleon Effect
Inclusion
Attraction
Referencing
WE LIKE IT!
Biology
Social
Mimicry and
Seduction
Speed Dating Studies
Speech Mimicry
Behavioral Mimicry
Gender Differences
Heightened by physical touch
Heightened by Jealousy
The SELF
Self-Esteem
Self-Efficacy
Self-Serving Bias
Something GOOD Happens
Something BAD Happens
Self-Handicapping
Personal Fable
False Consensus
False Uniqueness
Invincibility Fallacy
Ego-Depletion
How to Fight
Ego Depletion
Is She MAD at Me?!
Normative or Informative
2004
Differs by culture
Evolutionary Attractiveness
Age
Averageness
Symmetry
Exaggerated Masculinity and Femininity
Long Term Relationship - Feminine
Short Term Relationship - Masculine
Pre-puberty - Feminine
Ovulation - Masculine
Pregnant - Feminine
Are women biased to see aggression on the neutral faces of other women?
Differences between men and women:
Frequency =
Intensity =
Expression
Males - Display aggression
Females - Suppress aggression
Women do not see incoming aggression - due to relational aggression
Women do not see aggression on other women's faces - due to emotion suppression
THEREFORE - Women have no time to avoid or defend
Do women who are often relationally aggressed see more aggression in other women?
Do women who are more sexually available see more aggression in other women?
YES!
The Self
Door-in-the-face Phenomenon
Low-Ball Technique
That's-not-all Technique
How do you think cell phones have changed this?
Used by advertisers!


What does this mean for us?
Why do we do this?
Review!
Charles buys a lottery ticket. As we watches TV that night he sees a ton of news stories about other people winning the lottery. This leads Charles to believe that his chances of winning the lottery are extremely high. What heuristic best fits this situation?
A. Belief Perseverance
B. Confirmation Bias
C. Anchoring and Adjustment
D. Availability Heuristic
Which intelligence theory focus on a single number to represent intelligence?
A. Spearman
B. Cattell and Horn
C. Gardner
D. Stanovich
E. Stanford and Binet
How dangerous is it to text and drive?
A-Very Dangerous BCD E-Not Dangerous
How often do you text and drive?
A-All the time BCD E-Never
A. 1/4
B. 1/3
C. 1/2
D. 2/3
E. 3/4
How many people
administered
fatal shocks?
How much of a problem is:
WORLD HUNGER
HOMELESSNESS
CHEATING
SAVING THE ENVIRONMENT
A - Massive Problem
B
C
D
E - Not a Problem
What have you done to help?
You are driving and the person in front of you suddenly slams on the breaks and swerves into a tree. You automatically assume the person must be drunk, when in reality a dog ran out in front of their car. What Social Psychology Concept does this demonstrate?
A. Invincibility Fallacy
B. Fundamental Attribution Error
C. Bystander Effect
D. Cognitive Dissonance
E. Social Loafing
How are you doing with the information today?
A - Let's take a test!
B
C
D - I am completely lost!
Now apply...
Similarity
Proximity
Mere Exposure
Physical Attraction
Excitation Transfer
Beautiful is Good
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