Introductory Psychology PSY 101
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Newton Cormier on Saturday September 19, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PSY 101 at Michigan State University taught by Erik Altmann in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 14 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Psychology in Psychlogy at Michigan State University.
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Date Created: 09/19/15
Thinking Chapter 8 Representativeness 0 Kathy is outspoken and very bright and is deeply concerned with issues of discrimination and social justice 0 Which of these is more likely to be true 7 a Kathy is a lawyer r b Kathy is a publiciinterest lawyer 0 a is more likely to be true 7 But Kathy represents b better than a Sunk cost 0 Two people plan to see a movie 7 Alice buys her ticket in advance 7 Bob plans to get his at the door 0 Both then hear that the movie is awful 7 Who is more likely to go Availability 0 Which causes more deaths in the US 7 Homicide or suicide 7 Accidents any unintentional injury or cerebrovascular disease 0 of total deaths 7 Homicide07 suicidel3 r Accidents44 strokes67 Loss aversion Kahmman Knauch ampTlaer 199m Materials a school mug and a list of dollar amounts 7 Dollar amounts ranged from 000 to 925 7 Choosers Shown the mug then asked for each amount to choose the mug or the cash 7 Sellers Given the mug then asked for each amount whether they39d sell it for that Median dollar amounts 7 Sellers 712 Damasio 1995 0 Participant Elliott had an operation 7 Afterwards tested normal on IQ language and other cognitive functions 7 But couldn39t feel emotion I quotI know this is horribler Ijust don t feel the horrorquot quotThere was noturmoil to hushquot Damaio Affected inferior frontal region r Frontal regions support higherilevel processes 7 Inferior frontal regions process inputs from amygdala
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