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FELICIFIC CALCULUS
HAPPINESS CALCULATION THAT WE USE WHEN WE ARE TRYING TO BE RATIONAL. WHAT CAN WE DO TO MAXIMIZE OUR HAPPINESS?
CONSISTENCY OF ACTION
WE LOOK FOR THE SAME ROUTINE IN THINGS
CONSENSUS
THE FACT THAT OTHER PEOPLE ARE BEHAVING IN THE SAME WAY.
DISTINCTIVENESS
WHEN AN INDIVIDUAL IS BEHAVING IN A UNIQUE WAY.
SELF-FULFILLING PROPHECY
A FALSE DEFINITION OF A SITUATION THAT CONTRIBUTES TO AN EXPECTED OUTCOME BY INFLUENCING THE BEHAVIOR OF THE INDIVIDUALS INVOLVED.
BEHAVIORAL CONFIRMATION
ONCE WE FORM BELIEFS WHETHER RIGHT OR WRONG, WE ENCOURAGE OTHERS TO BELEIVE THEM AS WELL.
HOMOGENIETY EFFECT
WE HANG OUT WITH PEOPLE WHO LOOK AND ACT LIKE OURSELVES.
MINIMUM GROUP PARADIGM
HOW WE SEE OTHERS AND CLASSIFY OTHERS MAY BE FROM A MINOR INCIDENT.
ASPECT 1 OF SOCIAL CONTEXT
COMPARISON OF ALTERNATIVE - HOW WE COMPARE OUR ALTERNATIVES OF WHAT IS GOING ON AROUND US.
ASPECT 2 OF SOCIAL CONTEXT
THOUGHTS ARE PRIMED BY SITUATION -
ASPECT 3 OF SOCIAL CONTEXT
HOW A DECISION IS FRAMED OR POSED.
ASPECT 4 OF SOCIAL CONTEXT
THE WAY THE INFORMATION IS PRESENTED.
PRIMACY EFFECT
THE TENDENCIE TO GIVE GREATER WEIGHT TO EARLY INFORMATION IN THE FORMATION OF IMPRESSIONS. (EXAMPLE: YOUR FIRST IMPRESSION OF SOMEONE USUALLY STICKS)
RECENCY EFFECT
THE TENDENCY TO GIVE GREATER WEIGHT TO LATER INFORMATION IN THE FORMATION OF IMPRESSIONS. (EXAMPLE: CRAMMING FOR EXAMS, YOU REMEMBER WHAT YOU STUDIED LAST BETTER)
SOCIAL COGNITION
HOW WE INTERPRET THE EVENTS THAT WE EXPERIENCE DEPENDS ON OUR BELIEFS AS WELL AS CATEGORIES WE USE TO MAKE SENSE OF THINGS.
COGNITIVE MISERS
AS INDIVIDUALS WE DON'T WANT TO HAVE TO THINK TO MUCH ABOUT THINGS. WE TAKE SHORTCUTS AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE