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PSY 105: PSY 105

School: Wright State University

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 3

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Altruism: The True Essence of Unselfish Concern for Others
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Explore key terms related to unselfish concern for others' well-being. Understand the nuances between altruism, bystander intervention, and assuming responsibility. Conclude with the definitive answer to the concept embodying selfless concern.

Emotional Intelligence Unveiled: Mastering the Four Core Components
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Discover the four pillars of Emotional Intelligence: Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, and Relationship Management. Learn the nuances of each component and their significance in personal and professional settings. Mastering these skills can elevate personal well-being and social interactions.

The Cognitive Unconscious: Silent Shaper of Thoughts
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Unravel the workings of the cognitive unconscious and its influential role in our daily lives. Learn how it silently steers our thoughts, behaviors, and preferences. Discover the power of the cognitive unconscious in both routine tasks and complex decisions.

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Conformity in Social Psychology: How Peer Pressure Shapes Our Choices
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Discover the powerful role of conformity in shaping human behavior. Through relatable scenarios, learn how our choices can be influenced by peer pressure and societal expectations. Understand the balance between adapting to social norms and preserving individuality.

Decoding CER: Stimuli-Linked Emotional Responses
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Unpack the concept of CER, or Conditioned Emotional Response, in psychology. It signifies an emotional reaction stemming from classical conditioning, linking neutral stimuli with significant emotional events. Examples include fears developed after traumatic experiences.

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