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Psyc 101 - General Psychology

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Social Psychology Topics Prejudice discrimination and diversity Gender Self and social identity Group behavior Prosocial behavior Social influence attitudes and social cognition Interpersonal relations Close relationships Cultural psychology Emotions And more because no one not even the National Science Foundation can argue that falling in love is a science Senator William Proxmire Harris 1978 Attribution How do we explain behavior Our own behavior The behavior of others Locus of cause of behavior Fritz Heider Internal vs External Attributions Locus of cause of behavior External vs Internal Stability of causes permanence Unstable Stable Internal Effort Mood Fatigue Ability Intelligence Externa l Luck Chance Opportunity Task Difficulty Attributions Bias The fundamental attribution error Actor observer bias Self serving bias Gender bias Culture Attributions Individualism vs Collectivism Fundamental attribution error Self serving bias Self effacing bias Attraction Physical attractiveness Similarity Proximity Physical distance vs functional distance Mere exposure Culture ethnic differences and personal space Reciprocity Attraction Attribution of arousal Halo effect Advertising Reverse halo effect Love Passionate Companionate Intimacy Commitment complete absorption in another person includes sexual feeling and agony and ecstasy warm trusting tolerant affection for another person whoee life is intertwined with your own Love Passionate and Companionate love Level Passionate Companionate Intimacy Commitment Commitment Intimacy Passion Time Attraction Evolutionary Perspective Physical attractiveness as an indicator of reproductive potential Gender differences in mate preference Attitudes What is an attitude Evaluations of a person place thing or event Can be negative or positive Components of Attitudes Affect Affect emotions Behavior predispositions to act Attitudes Cogniti on Behavi or Cognition beliefs and ideas schema Attitude Dimensions Strength Various viewpoints In



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