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Social Psychology

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Vanessa Monserrat

on 7 February 2013

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Transcript of Social Psychology

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Psychology What is Social Psychology? Scientific Study of the way in which our thoughts feeling and behaviors are influenced by the real or imagined presence of other poeple Power of Situation One or more of the following influence everyone in various situations... 1. Attribution how you interpret events, and how this effects your thinking and behavior 2. Fundamental Attribution Error when you over-interprets events, and than this effects your thinking and behavior 3. Conformity the tendency to align your attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors with those around you 4. Compliance the tendency to agree to do what is requested especially if there are certain factors present 5. Obedience when you change your opinions, judgments, or actions because someone in a position of authority told you to. 6. Bystander when the presence of many people decrease the chance for others to help a person in distress Here are three experiments to prove the POWER of situations and the effect it has to influence initial plans and reactions Don't Believe it? What is Social Psychology? The study of the way in which our thoughts, feelings and behaviors are influenced by the real or imagined presence of others 2. Fundamental Attribution Error (to those who left): The two individuals (either together or separately) who LEFT interpreted the situation as too dangerous or that they had made a mistake and entered the wrong theater when one over-interprets events, and than this effects their thinking and behavior One part of Social Psychology: when you change your opinions, judgments, or actions because someone in a position of authority told you to. Obedience (The majority of) You didn't at first notice the gorilla because you were told to follow the ball passed by the people wearing white, when initially, without any directions, you would have noticed the gorilla Example 1:
A Confident Speaker Wow he's smart Example 2: An extremely
Nervous speaker Confident Intelligent Congenial Seems unprepared Is probably unsure of
their topic I'm
Hungry THE END Interpretations: Interpretation: The Asch Experiment One of many of his experiments Person of Authority:
Doctor conducting the test or Vanessa
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