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Psy 321 - Exam 2 Study Guide

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Some notes regarding material for exam 2
Social Psychology
Dr. Carrie Smith
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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Jasmine Notetaker on Monday October 10, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to PSY 321 at University of Mississippi taught by Dr. Carrie Smith in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 157 views. For similar materials see Social Psychology in Psychology (PSYC) at University of Mississippi.


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Date Created: 10/10/16
Chapter 6: Theories of Emotion  Charles Darwin theory of emotion  William James theory of emotion  Lange’s Theory of emotion  Canon’s theory of emotion  Schachter’s theory of emotion Misattribution of arousal  Bridge Experiment (Vancouver Canada Study)  Excitation transfer Paul Ekman  Facial expressions vary across societies  Display rules Define  Arousal  Emotion  Mood  Affect  Affect Balance  Facial Feedback hypothesis  Hedonic Treadmill Guilt & Shame  What’s the difference  Washing away guilt Study  Antiseptic Wipe Study Why Do we Have Emotions?  Affect-as-info hypothesis  Risk as feelings hypothesis  Broaden and build hypothesis Chapter 7:  Classical Conditioning (Pavlov)  Operant Conditioning (B.F. Skinner)  Two Theorists on Nature of Affect  Dan Gilbert o Affective forecasting  Ed Diener  Emotion Regulation o Emotion Regulation Study #1: Cullen o Emotion Regulation Study #2: Tamir, Mitchell and Gross o Theorists  Lazarus o Cognitive Appraisal Model (AM Module B1-B9) o Problem focused coping and Emotion focused coping  Carver  Gross Attitudes  Mere Exposure Effect o Study: (Mita, Dermer, Knight) Reversed facial images and the mere-exposure hypothesis  Dual model of attitudes o Automatic vs. deliberate attitudes  3 Component of Attitudes –Tri- Component View o Affect Component o Behavior Component o Cognitive Component  Cognitive Dissonance Theory o Festinger & Carlsmith - Money Study o Effort Justification Study o Post-decision dissonance o Selective Exposure o Filter bubble  Do Attitudes predict behavior o LaPiere, Attitudes vs. actions.  Attacking Attitudes o Alan Wicker Vs. Gordon Allport o A-B problem  Theory of Planned Behavior  Beliefs o Belief perseverance o Coping  Cognitive coping o Assumptive worlds Chapter 9  Define o Pro social behavior o Reciprocity o Gratitude o Empathy  Sensitivity about being the target of a threatening upward comparison  Milgram Obedience Study  Two Motives for helping o Altruism o Egoism o What are the routes of helping for these two motives  Empathy-Altruism hypothesis  Study – Electric shock (Is empathic emotion a source of altruism motivation?) (Batson, Duncan, Ackerman, Buckley & Birch)  Belief in a just world  Bystander Helping in Emergencies o Kitty Genovese o Bystander effect o Diffusion of responsibility  5 Steps to Helping o 1. Notice that something is happening o 2. Interpret the event as an emergency  Pluralistic ignorance o 3. Take responsibility for providing help  Diffusion of responsibility o 4. Decide how to help o 5. Provide help  Audience inhibition  Moral Inclusion Videos to watch on Blackboard:  “We Don’t Feel the Same Way”  “Reading the Unconscious”  “When Trauma Makes the Heart Grow Fonder”  “Thanks for Nothing” AM Modules:  AM – B1-B9  AM – B11


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