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a relation ship that is supportive, loving, caring, and attentive use which attatcment method.
a secure style
a relation ship that is negative, abusive, and rejecting use which attatchment method.
a fearful style
a relation ship that is disinterested, rejecting, takes relationships lightly uses which attatchment method.
a dismissive style
a relation ship that uses an inconsistant style is what?
an anxious/resistant style
the feedack we get from our peers that helps us create our self image is called?
reflected apraisal
when we measure our selves by using others we are...
social comparison
when we measure our selves by using others we are...
social comparison
the method in which we assign meaning to comn. is...
attribution theory
the method in which we assign meaning to comn. is...
attribution theory
when we take credit for good things and blame other things for bad things we have a...
self serving bias
when we take credit for good things and blame other things for bad things we have a...
self serving bias
"it looks like you are working really hard" is an example of what
an inderect appraisal
"it looks like you are working really hard" is an example of what
an inderect appraisal
"you are so smart" is an example of what
a direct appraisal
"you are so smart" is an example of what
a direct appraisal
the roles you think you fit in to are how you define your...
social identity
how you see your self fitting in to the social identinty is your...
personal identity
when we compare our selves to the ideals of society we are comparing to...
generalized others
how you feel about how you are and who you are determines your...
self esteme
a guage of how carefuly we look at how we are being received in communicational circumstances
self monitor
when we seek supporting evidence of how we view our selvs we are looking for...
self verification
when we examine our means of comn. we are
self reflective
when we meet someone we seek common ground
attraction theory
an active proccess leading to meaning
perception
name the three parts to perception
selection, organization, interpritation
we pay attention to things that are unique or unexpected
arousal theory
four factors that get attention are...
-large, intense, or unusual
-change
-motives and needs
-culture
the best representation of a certain type of person is the...
prototype
a mental yard stick for measuring acts is the...
personal constructs
a clairifying behavior guide is our...
scripts
we organize and interprite experiances by apprying cognitive structures called, schemata
constructionalism
can be good "asian students are smart"
stereotypes
what are three things that effect the way we attribute things
-the locus
-stability
-responsability
certifying what we think by finding people who veiw us like we do
self justification
we overestimate the internal causes for negative from other people is our...
fundamental attribution error
when we try to remember events so that they match our expectations
unconsious projection
when your general standings in society help to make our perceptions what they are
standpoint theory
name some things that can change our attitudes ideas and beleifs over time
age, edgucation, expiriance, mood, setting, gender, culture, values and standpoint, cognitive ability/complexity
our tendancy to lump attributes together (stereotyping)
self implicit personality theory
the halo effect
self implicit personality theory
relation ship labeling can have...
positive or negative cycles
name three levels of meaning
-denotative
-connotative/interpritive
-relational
what is somethings denotative meaning
literal dictionary meaning
what is somethings connotative/interpritive meaning
what it means to the person
what is somethings relational meaning
what it means in terms of the relationship