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First set of notes - History of Social Psychology

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First set of notes - History of Social Psychology PSY 360 LEC (46763)

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Alexis Fajardo
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Social Psychology
Adam Lazarewicz

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Social Psychology
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Alexis Fajardo on Thursday September 17, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PSY 360 LEC (46763) at University of Arizona taught by Adam Lazarewicz in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 23 views. For similar materials see Social Psychology in Psychlogy at University of Arizona.


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Date Created: 09/17/15
Social Psychology 0 Scientific study of how we feel think and how behaviors are in uenced by other people 0 Social thinking 0 Social in uence 0 Social relations The person x situation interaction Brief History 0 1880s 1920s 0 Triplett 1898 I Student wind fishing reels faster in groups I Presence of others I Impact of social groups 0 World war II Era 1930s 1950s 0 Commissioned by US Gov to help with war effort 1 Fight Nazi s dep Of info anded principles of persuasion 2 Wi war at home dep Of agriculture a How housewives cook organ meat V expensive meat Kurt Lewin father of modern social psychology Group discussion more effective than lecture 0 Field theory 0 Behavior function of person environment 0 Life space 0 Persons psychological life 0 Depositions and social forces that shape behavior 0 Major contributions 1 Emphasized power of the situation objective 2 Emphasized contrual of the situation subjective 3 Emphasized person x situation interaction Crisis and confidence 1960s1970s Valid Studies Ethical Studies Theoretical debate emotional motivational V cognition Hot V cold 0 Pluralism 1980s 1990s 0 Expansion of research methods approaches expansion of views of self 0 Social cognition takes hold 0 Exploration of cultural in uences o 2 1St century Integration of motivation and cognition Increased emphasis on mediation Focus on automatic unconscious thoughts and behaviors Implicit v explicit Further study of culture differences similarities Role of technology I Neuroimaging to understand brain function 000000 I In uence of internet technology and mind 0 Person v situation 0 Implications regarding control personality etc 0 People who do crazy things aren t necessarily crazy


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