Social Psychology Exam 1 Study Guide
Social Psychology Exam 1 Study Guide PSY 2401
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Social Psychology Exam 1 Study Guide Chapters 13 Chapter 1 What is social psychology 0 Scientific study of how we think feel and behave in a social context Social Psych vs Personality Psych Social Psych vs Cognitive Psych Social Psych vs Sociology Automatic vs controlled processes Unconscious vs conscious processes Drives 0 What we need to motivate our behavior Chapter 2 Hindsight Bias 0 Tendency for people to exaggerate how much they could have predicted an outcome after knowing that it occurred Scientific Method 0 Question theory hypothesis research 0 Question hypothesis research theory research 0 Theory findings of organization of a lot of stuff I Hypothesis is under theory being tested Basic research to answer general questions such as why people behave as they do Applied research research conducted to solve a particular problem Operational definition Construct validity extent to which a test measures what it is supposed to measure Representative sample 0 Population 0 Random sample 0 Convenience sample Observational designs 0 Naturalistic 0 Lab observation Research designs what are they 0 Descriptive O Correlational 39 Correlational coefficient 0 Positive 0 Negative 39 Correlations cannot show cause and effect 0 Experimentation I Independent variable I Dependent variable I Quasi experimentation I Control variable I Experimental condition I Control condition Internal validity Doubleblind study Singleblind study External validity I Experimental realism I Mundane realism 0000 0 Research ethics 0 Informed consent 0 Confidentiality O Debriefing O Deception Chapter 3 0 The Self O Selfconcept total of an individuals beliefs about their own self 0 Selfschemas a belief a person holds about themselves that guides self relevant information processing 0 Recognition of self 0 Progression of sense of self 0 Knowing ourselves Introspection Telling more then we know Affective forecasting Selfperception theory Intrinsic motivation and extrinsic motivation Facial feedback hypothesis Body posture 0 Knowing ourselves via Others 0 Social comparison theory 0000000 0 Knowing ourselves via others and emotions 0 Two factor theory of emotion 0 Knowing ourselves via memory 0 Autobiographical memories I Memories of first I Flash bulb memory 0 Knowing ourselves via culture 0 Cultural differences I Independent view of the self I Interdependent view of the self 0 Gender differences I Relational interdependence I Collective interdependence Self Esteem O Person s self evaluation 0 Affective component of the self 0 Need for selfesteem I Sociometer theory I Terror management theory I Selfdiscrepancy theory I Selfawareness theory Self Regulation 0 Process of controlling thoughts feelings or behavior to achieve a goal 0 Regulating ourselves Self Enhancement 0 Better then average effect Implicit egotism Self serving bias Self handicapping Bask in re ected glory BIRG 0 Cutting off re ected failure CORF Impression Management 0 Self presentation 0 Self verification 0 Self monitoring 0 O O O
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