UNC-Chapel Hill PSYC 101 - Final Exam Study Guide (14 pages)

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14
Type:
Study Guide
School:
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Course:
Psyc 101 - General Psychology
Edition:
1

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PSYC 101 1st Edition Final Exam Study Guide FINAL EXAM PSYCHOLOGY 101 FALL 2014 REVIEW SHEET The final examination will be on the following topics 55 items Social Behavior Psychological Disorders and Treatment of Psychological Disorders The exam will be held on Thursday December 11th from 4 00 pm until 7 00 pm in our regular classroom Any material that is covered in class notes videos and exercises is fair game so study your notes thoroughly In fact if you study your notes cold then you should do very well on the final I found a great quote from the legendary basketball coach John Wooden which I thought I d share with you as I think it is a valuable lesson Be more concerned with your character than your reputation because your character is what you really are while your reputation is merely what others think you are Holly Kim Nolan and I have really enjoyed working with you this past semester We wish you all the best in the future Good luck on the exam Social Behavior 1 Be familiar with the studies discussed in class on conformity obedience altruism and social loafing 2 What factors influence conformity obedience altruism and social loafing Conformity Yielding to real or imagined social pressure Asch conformity studies https www youtube com watch v sno1TpCLj6A https www youtube com watch v uuvGh n3I M Group size Peaks around 7 6 members and then levels off Unanimity Normative conformity when you want other people to accept you or like you Why do we conform To get the information right To be liked What factors influence conformity Presence of an ally Obedience is following a direct command usually from someone in a position of authority Milgram 1963 the effects of punishment on learning Teachers learners Real participants staged participants https www youtube com watch v yr5cjyokVUs Some factors that affected the punisher Can t see the person being hurt Responsibility Doctor in charge Credibility Why do we obey We ve been socialized to do so for so long Helps you



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