WSU PSYCH 350 - Behaviors, Reactions and Detecting Lies (4 pages)

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Lecture number:
8
Pages:
4
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
Washington State University
Course:
Psych 350 - Social Psychology
Edition:
1

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Psych 350 1st Edition Lecture 8 Outline of Last Lecture I Self Monitoring II Person Perception III Non verbal behavior IV Other Non verbal cues Outline of Current Lecture I Other Non verbal cues II Social Distance III Touching IV Detecting lies V Detecting a Fake Smile VI Attribution VII Dispositional or situational Current Lecture I Other Non verbal cues a Pigeon toed Submissive Intimidated 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 b Penguin toed II Relaxed Dominant Social Distance a Public 12 feet b Social 4 12 feet acquaintance c Personal 1 5 4 feet d Intimate 18 inches e Violations of social distance makes people very uncomfortable III Video Everyone loves Raymond Touching a Can suggest any of the following IV Affection Sexual interest Dominance Caring Aggression Detecting lies a Signs of lying Microexpressions More frequent blinking Average blinking rate 20 min Rate increases under excitement e g anxiety tension resulting from lying Unusually low high eye contact Evidence of guilt or anxiety Fidgeting Hesitant of interrupted speech stuttering Exaggerated facial expressions Interchannel discrepancies Ex Smiling and happy but body is sort of closed V Detecting a Fake Smile a Genuine smile crow s feet wrinkles on the outer corners of the eyes VI Attribution a Understanding the causes behind people s behaviors b Attribution theories Explanations can be grouped into two categories Personal attributions Dispositions stable characteristics such as personality traits VII Situational attributions Dispositional or situational a Kelley s co variation theory Consider three dimensions 1 Consensus How are other people reacting to the same stimulus 2 Distinctiveness Does the person react the same or differently to different stimuli 3 Consistency Is the person s behavior with this stimulus consistent over time



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