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35 Cards in this Set

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Social Schemas
Ex: invited to bbq expect burgers
Primacy effect
attach more importance to initial info when forming impression
Schema-relevant effect
Recall details congruent with schema (librarian)
Illusionary correlation
Believe what you want to
Fundamental error
believe behavior of person is due to personal factors not environmental
Defense Bias
People get what they deserve
Others have similar reaction in same situation
One step attribution
Observe behavior as personal
Two step attribution
Observe behavior and automaticall assume personal attribution, consider and change to situational
Informational social influence
assumption that majority is correct
Normative social influence
Conformity based off of social rejection
Modern version
More difficult the task the more conformed the group
Just world Bias
Good is rewarded, evil is punished
Realistic conflict theory
out-group seen as a threat to in-group (ex: jobs etc)
Individualist vs Collectivist
Individualist: Identity based on personal attributes, responsibilty for self, self based, North American style

Collectivist: Identity based on group attributes, stess responsibilty of others, social harmony, african and asian etc
Genetically programmed process that governs growth
Cross-Sectional Design
Comopares people of different ages at same point in time
Longitudinal Design
Repeatedly tests the same group as it gets older, does not control cohort (effects of historical period) effect
Development of rudiments of all systems with primitive function (Embryonic Phase)
Indiscriminate attachment
behavior directed toward any human
Discriminate Attachment
Behavior directed toward familiar caregivers
Specific Attachment
Behavior directed toward most familiar care-giver
Stranger Anxiety
Distressed when in concatct with unfamiliar people
Separation Anxiety
Distressed when seperated from primary care-giver
Secure Attachment
Reacts positively to strangers, feels distress when mother leaves, joy when mother returns
clings to mother, distressed when mother leaves, when mother returns not soothed, resists attention
Shows minimal attachment, little distress when mother leaves, doesn't seek contact upon return
Behaves in contradictory ways indicating helpless effort to elicit soothing, (high levels of abuse)
Slow to warm
In active, less cheery, wary of new situations, slows=ly adapts over time
Sensorimotor stage
Cognitive devlopment, infants think with hands, mouths etc. Develop awareness object exists
Preoperational stage
uses symbols to represent objects, uses imagination, pretend
Authoritative parents
Warmth and restriction, Child has high self-esteem, good social judgement
Authoritarian parents
Hostility and restriction, Child has low self-esteem, poor social judgement
Indulgent parents
Warmth and permissiveness, Child is immature, self-centered, give control to child
Neglectful parents
Permissiveness and rejection, Child has low achievement, impulsive and aggresive