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These notes cover the entirety of Chapter 1.
These notes go over person and situation and how they interact, they also discuss emotions and how people act different
Covered in these notes is Chapter 3: The Person and the Situation.
These notes talk about social cognition and uses of heuristics
These notes cover how we present ourselves to others and society
These cover Week 5 Material; Chapter 4 :Presenting the Self.
These notes cover Week 6 Material - Ch 5: Attitudes and Persuasion.
This study guide is a complete review of Chapter 4, Chapter 5, and Chapter 6 by Learning Objectives. These are all going to be on the exam, which is non-cumulative.
These notes talk about attitudes and how we are affected by them.
These notes go over how we are socially influenced.
These notes are a review for the second exam
these notes cover chapter seven material and talk about types of relationships, mostly friendships
These notes cover Chapter 6: Social Influence
These notes cover chapter 7: social influence.
These notes cover Chapter 8: Affiliation.
These notes cover Chapter 10: Aggression.
These notes go over attractions in relationships.
These notes discuss long term relationships
This study guide covers the learning objectives for chapters 7, 8, 10, and 11.
These notes go over pro-social behavior and how we help others
This study guide covers relationships and helping
These notes go over the social psychology of aggression.
These notes cover Chapter 11: Prejudice, Stereotyping, and Discrimination.
These notes cover Chapter 9: Prosocial Behavior.
These notes cover the powerpoints on Cooperation and Morality.
These notes cover Chapter 12: Groups.
These notes go over prejudice, stereotypes, and discrimination.
This exam covers material from the powerpoints for chapter 9: prosocial behavior, cooperation and morality, religion, and chapter 12: groups.
These notes go over groups, cooperation, and morality
This study guide is for exam four for social psychology.
These notes cover the powerpoint on religion.
These notes cover Ch 14: Open Reliability, Replication, etc.