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social role
a pattern of behavior expected in a certain social setting
rules
behavioral guidelines for certain settings
social norms
expectations for socailly appropriate attitudes and behaviors found in the rules of a group
conformity
adopting the behaviors and opinions of other group members
sherif
norm crystallization
norm crystallization
the formation of norms
informational influence
wanting to be correct and behave correctly in a given situation
normative influence
wanting to be liked and approved by others
Moscovici
minority influence
prosocial behaviors
behaviors carried out with the goal of helping other people
altruism
helpful behaviors one carries out without regard to to their own saftey or interests
Batson
4 principles :altruism, egoism, collectivism, and principlism
bystander intervention
people's willingness to help strangers in distress
diffusion of responsibility
when more that one person could help in a distress situation, they usually assume someone else will so they back off
agression
a persons behaviors that cause harm to another individual
Lorenz
agression in animal kingdom
impulsive agression
emotion-driven- heat of the moment
intrumental agression
goal-directed- premeditated thought with an aim in mind for the agression
frustration-agression hypothesis
frustration occurs in situations where people are prevented from attaining their goals
demand characteristics
cues in an experimental setting which influence their expectations and behaviors
genocide
the systematic destruction of another group
peace psychology
promotes peace within nations, communities, and families
Lewin
social psychology
group dynamics
how leaders affect their followers and the group affects individuals