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37 Cards in this Set

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intrinsic motivation-
things from within that effect us in a positive way
extrinsic motivation
things from the outside that effect us in a positive way
2 factor theory of emotion
emotional experiences are 2 step: physiological and emotional
social comparison theory-
we learn about ourselves by comparing ourselves to other people
upward social comparison
comparing ourselves to someone better than us
downward social comparison-
comparing ourselves to someone worse than us
cognitive dissonance
when you see someone acting different than they usually act such as a teacher being professional in class and is over his class at home his wife is the head of the household
Cognitive Base Attitude
how people think about something
Affectively Based Attitude-
how people feel or value something
things that happen that are longstanding
increments of emotions, temporary
Explicit Attitude
attitudes that are conscious, you have a feeling about something and it come true
Implicit Attitude-
attitudes that are unconscious, involuntary attitudes that just slip out before you actually think about it first
2 opinions about 1 situation
Subliminal Thought-
hidden messages that may affect a persons attitude or judgement
Reprobate Mind-
I do wrong so much that doing wrong seems right
everybody transforms their attitude or appearance to be like a group or person
Low self esteem
someone feels low about themselves
self justification
justifying yourself
listening to and following what someone tells you to do
Demand- ex.
You have to come to class at 9
punctual, ontime
self perception theory-
we infer that our attitudes and feelings are uncertain after observing the behavior and situation in which it occurs
self awareness theory-
you focus attention on yourself and become consciously aware after comparing your behavior to the behavior of others
acquired attribution-
attributions learned through the environment
internal attributions-
an inherited attribution
attribution theory-
experiences you had as a child that later in life effect you and make you say since you didn’t do it then, then you are not doing it now
Social Role Theory-
certain genders or sexes are supposed to do certain things in a household or society
Display Rules-
Rules in which nonverbal behaviors are appropriate to use
Affect Blend-
one phase registers one emotion and another phase registers another emotion
decode- 32.33.
interpreting nonverbal behavior
expressing the last thing that was done such as patting on the back or smiling
facial expressions intentional vs unintentional
social perception-
listen actively, mental image one has of society
upward perception-
meet someone
downwardward perception-
make judgements about people
an object or design symbolizing an idea