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PSYCH 3110: Social Psychology, study guide 2

by: Alison Carr

PSYCH 3110: Social Psychology, study guide 2 Psych 3110

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This is a study guide for the second exam.
Social Psychology
Joshua Ricker
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This 4 page Study Guide was uploaded by Alison Carr on Sunday February 21, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to Psych 3110 at Bowling Green State University taught by Joshua Ricker in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 38 views. For similar materials see Social Psychology in Psychlogy at Bowling Green State University.


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Date Created: 02/21/16
Exam 2 – Study Guide The Situation ­ Know the difference between social roles and social norms ­ Know the Stanford Prison experiment. What led to the results? (know about  deindividuation, anonymity, etc.) ­ What is the Lucifer effect?  Social Cognition ­ Know the different aspects of the attribution process.  ­ Know the biases associated with social cognition. ­ Know the different heuristics / effects associated with social cognition. ­ Know about the interactions between attitudes and behaviors.  ­ What is the self­fulfilling prophecy? ­ Know Elizabeth Loftus’ work. ­ How are automatic and controlled thinking different? ­ What are the 4 aspects of social context? What are the individual concepts within these? Self­Justification and Cognitive Dissonance ­ What is cognitive dissonance? ­ What is likely to increase and decrease it? ­ How does dissonance affect our thinking? ­ How does dissonance work physiologically and psychologically? ­ Know all of the different effects in thinking that can be caused by experiencing  dissonance. (ex: overjustification effect, counter­attitudinal advocacy) ­ What is the difference between self­perception theory and cognitive dissonance? Demasculinization / Man disconnected ­ Know the symptoms of demasculinization. ­ Know the causes of demasculinization. ­ What did we learn from the study of 8 – 9 year old boys who were asked what they liked  least about being male? ­ Why have males turned to technology? How has this shaped the shyness of our  generation? ­ Know what it means to have power.  ­ What are the effects of porn use? What are the types of addiction associated with it? ­ How do males and females differ in their porn habits and sexual fantasies? ­ How does social intensity syndrome work? What does it lead to?


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