Chapter 13: Social Psychology
Chapter 13: Social Psychology psych 2010
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Date Created: 11/02/15
Chapter 13 Social Psychology A Affect B 0 Behavior C 0 Cognitive They are in uenced by others Attribution Causal explanation we give for the behavior of ourselves and others 0 Internal He s a jerk for cutting 0 External There s a reason he s cutting 0 We automatically go to internal behavior 0 Fundamental Attribution Error Attribute to internal more than they should a Us and them but we do it more for them Selfserving bias I Own success to internal and failure to the situation Stable vs unstable Attitude evaluations toward objectissues o A affect B behavior C cognitive Affect 0 Ex hates high fructose corn syrup 0 Behavior 0 Ex don t eat it 0 Cognitive 0 Ex helps cause obesity Dimensions 0 Strength strong attitudes are resistant to change 0 Impacts behavior more 0 Accessibility how quickly it comes to mind Ambivalence you ve got to have strong and feelings towards something 0 Ex Heart attack grill in Texas 6000 calorie burger If you ask someone to go get a burger they would be like oh yeah I would love a burger from there BUT I would like to keep my arteries and veins AB Problem attitudes don t always match behavior 0 Failed to take Dimensions into account 0 Attitudes are measured in a general way and behavior in a speci c way 0 You ve got to take the situation into account Hi hurry vs Lo hurry 0 Hi Hurry 0 You have to hurry to get to speech 0 6x more likely to not help 0 Lo Hurry 0 Don t worry take your time Confederate someone who is quotinquot on the experiment but appears not to be Discrimination Behavior when you behavior differently usually unfairly towards members of a group or towards a person because they are in a certain group Preiudice Affect negative feeling you hold for someone in a particular group Stereotype Cognitive a widely held belief Attitude Formation and Change 1950 2 Housewife Marian created cult in Michigan and if you aren t in the cult then the world will be destroyed Dec 21st They sold their houses and gave her all the money if you were more committed to the cult you gave her more things 0 Cognitive Dissonance o Psychological discomfort from in inconsistencies Attitude amp Behavior Ex hypocrites This causes people to change their attitude or behavior or change the perception o Effort Justi cation o 1 control group asked if they wanted to join yn o 2 control group 2 asked to join and recite words prostitute etc o 3 experimental group recite books about incest and sexual things 0 Conclusion yeah if you make people jump to hoops to get somewhere so they will be more loyal and less likely to leave Selfperception theory observed behavior 0 Attitude behavior not to reduce tension 0 More exposure effort 0 The more you see it the more you like it o EXCEPTION initially you hate it 0 Learning Theories o This contains attitude 0 Classical conditioning operant conditioning and modeling 0 Advertisements are meant to change your attitude towards something Elaboration Likelihood Model 0 Two Routes to Persuasion Central n Logic and message a Ability and motivation I Its better if people have motivation to follow it Peripheral n Emotionsbanners Based on slogans n Ex Presidents election slogans
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