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Social Psychology Notes

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Chapter 1: What is Social Psychology

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This chapter differentiates between social psychology, personality psychology, and sociology. The topics of situationism vs. constructivism are included. The ABC's of social psychology are explained, as well as the two fundamental motives of social psychology. Properties and history of social psych...

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Chapter 14: Social Psychology and Health

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This chapter describes cognitive appraisal, resources for social psychology and health, the will to live, and the role of health behavior.

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Chapter 2: Research Methods

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Components of descriptive research are explained, as well as how to conduct experiments and factorial design. Different types of experiments are described. Ethics, deception in research, and the institutional review board are also included.

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Chapter 7: Persuasion and Social Influence

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These notes cover the two routes to persuasion: central and peripheral. Conformity, Compliance, and Obedience are defined and explored.

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Chapter 10: Pro social Behavior

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Pro social behavior is defined, while also exploring differences caused by gender, culture, and the origins of pro social behavior. Social, Interpersonal, and Situational factors are explained.

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Chapter 12: Social Cognition

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This chapter introduces the cognition relevant to social psychology by reviewing the ABC's of psychology and describing schema and scripts. Theories of emotion are also explained.

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Chapter 13: Dual Process Models of Social Information Processign

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This chapter introduces the two stage model of attribution, two stage model of prejudice, and dual process models for other topics related to social psychology; such as, aggression, persuasion, self esteem, stereotypes, ironic effects of mental control, and priming. It includes a chart that summariz...

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Chapter 3: Social Self

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The social self and it's components are explained in this chapter. Topics include: self concept, self esteem, self presentation, self enhancement, and theories.

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Chapter 4: Social Perception

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This chapter defines social perceptions and how we construct them.

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Chapter 5: Stereotypes, Prejudice and Discrimination

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Stereotypes, Prejudice and Discrimination are defined, as well as describing the cognitive and motivational aspects that influence these behaviors. These notes explain the The Two-Stage Model and how to reduce these behaviors.

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Chapter 6: Attitude

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This chapter discusses Attitudes and the Attitude Behavior Relations. How Attitude Predicts Behavior is also explained. Multiple different researchers' case studies are also introduced.

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Chapter 8: Group Processes

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Characteristics of a group are explained, along with social identity theory, norms, cohesiveness, and roles of a group. Social facilitation and social loafing are introduced, and deindividuation is discussed. Leadership styles are covered, as well as group think and group polarization.

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Chapter 9: Close Relationships

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This chapter describes what an interpersonal relationship is and why they are important. Implications of the fact that people have a strong need to belong are discussed, along with the Antecedents of Attractions. Classification models, stage models, and process models are introduced.

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Chapter 11: Aggression

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This chapter defines two kinds of aggression: instrumental and emotional. The differences in aggression influenced by gender, culture, and individuals are explored. The origins and influences of aggression are explained, as well as the media and aggression.

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