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PSYC 1000: Introduction to Psychology

School: University of Colorado Denver

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 66

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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.

Influence Techniques: Compliance Strategies and Their Names
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Explore persuasion techniques such as Door-in-the-face, Foot-in-the-door, That's-not-all, and Not-so-free sample, commonly used in psychology, marketing, and sales, where only Foot-in-the-door initiates with a small request to enhance compliance with a larger one later based on the consistency principle.

Unveiling Naturalistic Observation: Authentic Behavior Research
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Explore the essence of observing behaviors in their natural context without interference in social sciences research. Discover the power of authentic, uninfluenced observations with this informative video

Unlocking Maturation's Impact on Memory and Development
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Explore the fascinating process of maturation and its role in shaping physical, cognitive, and emotional development. Discover how genetic predispositions and environmental experiences intertwine to influence this journey. Uncover the connection between maturation and infantile amnesia, shedding light on the mechanisms behind early childhood memory formation.

Egocentrism Explored: Understanding and Overcoming Our Inward Focus
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Egocentrism, a cognitive bias, causes individuals to prioritize their perspectives, influencing decisions and interactions. Using relatable scenarios with college students and vacation planning, we examine how egocentrism operates and ways to challenge this bias through empathy and perspective-taking.

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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