SC PSYC 101 - Social Psychology Continued (3 pages)

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Additional information on Social Psychology, including the cognitive roots to prejudice, and the relationship between attitude and behavior


Lecture number:
36
Pages:
3
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University Of South Carolina-Columbia
Course:
Psyc 101 - Intro to Psychology
Edition:
1
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PSYC 101 1st Edition Lecture 36 Outline of Last Lecture Social Psychology II Social Relations a Prejudice Prejudgment i Social Roots of Prejudice Outline of Current Lecture I Social Relations Continued a Cognitive Roots of Prejudice i Categorization ii Vivid Cases iii Just World Phenomenon II Social Thinking a Fundamental Attribution Error b Attitudes Behaviors i Attitudes Guiding Behaviors ii Behaviors Guiding Attitudes c Cognitive Dissonance Theory Current Lecture I Social Relations Continued These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute II a Cognitive Roots of Prejudice prejudgments come from how we cognitively simplify the world engrained into up to act cautiously against people who are different i Categorization group people assume things overestimate the similarity of the people within groups different from our own can go away with experience ii Vivid Cases easily remembered can bias judgment unique standout can change our views 1 Ex Internet exposes us to different cultures can be good bad Rodney King Muslims terrorists iii Just World Phenomenon people get what they deserve ex poverty lazy go one of two ways distance self because they deserve it OR help the situation justifying prejudice Social Thinking how we think in social situations a Fundamental Attribution Error the tendency when analyzing another s behavior to underestimate the impact of the situation and overestimate the impact of personal disposition personality i Ex Cut you off in car immediately think douche bag jerk BUT may be on the way to the hospital for pregnant wife or catch an airplane etc ii Meet someone new who is quiet immediately think stuck up aloof BUT may be shy iii Napolitan Goethels 1979 two separate groups one group communicated with a sweet warm person the other group communicated with a rude quiet person Groups asked to rate the person s personality hang out again etc Group



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