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The study of how others influence our behavior, beliefs, and attitudes?
Social Psychology
Humans are a _____ species and feel the need to _____? Described in the Belong Theory.
Social
Belong
Enhanced performance brought about by the presence of others? Impaired performance brought about by the presence of others?
Social Facilitation
Social Disruption
This is an explanation for behavior and it could be either internal or external?
Attribution
The tendency to overestimate the impact of dispositional influences on other peoples behavior?
Fundamental Attribution Error or FAE
This theory states that we evaluate our beliefs, attitudes, and abilities by comparing them with others?
Social Comparison Theory
_______ is influence from higher up such as teachers or parents
______ is influence from peers and such at equal level.
Obedience
Conformity
This is the act of taking multiple social roles?
Deindividuation
Mob Psychology:
1) This is a discussion that strengthens the dominant position held by individual group members?
2) A group of individuals that exhibit intense and unquestioning devotion to a single cause, such as Charles Manson. With this comes the idea of_____ or convincing people to change their minds about something by introducing reasons why the perspective might be correct and debunking them?
Group Polarization
Cult
Inoculation Effect
______ behavior is behavior intended to help someone.
______ behavior is behavior intended to harm others.
Prosocial
Antisocial
The study of how others influence our behavior, beliefs, and attitudes?
Social Psychology
The study of how others influence our behavior, beliefs, and attitudes?
Social Psychology
Humans are a _____ species and feel the need to _____? Described in the Belong Theory.
Social
Belong
Humans are a _____ species and feel the need to _____? Described in the Belong Theory.
Social
Belong
Enhanced performance brought about by the presence of others? Impaired performance brought about by the presence of others?
Social Facilitation
Social Disruption
Enhanced performance brought about by the presence of others? Impaired performance brought about by the presence of others?
Social Facilitation
Social Disruption
This is an explanation for behavior and it could be either internal or external?
Attribution
This is an explanation for behavior and it could be either internal or external?
Attribution
The tendency to overestimate the impact of dispositional influences on other peoples behavior?
Fundamental Attribution Error or FAE
The tendency to overestimate the impact of dispositional influences on other peoples behavior?
Fundamental Attribution Error or FAE
This theory states that we evaluate our beliefs, attitudes, and abilities by comparing them with others?
Social Comparison Theory
This theory states that we evaluate our beliefs, attitudes, and abilities by comparing them with others?
Social Comparison Theory
_______ is influence from higher up such as teachers or parents
______ is influence from peers and such at equal level.
Obedience
Conformity
_______ is influence from higher up such as teachers or parents
______ is influence from peers and such at equal level.
Obedience
Conformity
This is the act of taking multiple social roles?
Deindividuation
This is the act of taking multiple social roles?
Deindividuation
Mob Psychology:
1) This is a discussion that strengthens the dominant position held by individual group members?
2) A group of individuals that exhibit intense and unquestioning devotion to a single cause, such as Charles Manson. With this comes the idea of_____ or convincing people to change their minds about something by introducing reasons why the perspective might be correct and debunking them?
Group Polarization
Cult
Inoculation Effect
Mob Psychology:
1) This is a discussion that strengthens the dominant position held by individual group members?
2) A group of individuals that exhibit intense and unquestioning devotion to a single cause, such as Charles Manson. With this comes the idea of_____ or convincing people to change their minds about something by introducing reasons why the perspective might be correct and debunking them?
Group Polarization
Cult
Inoculation Effect
______ behavior is behavior intended to help someone.
______ behavior is behavior intended to harm others.
Prosocial
Antisocial
______ behavior is behavior intended to help someone.
______ behavior is behavior intended to harm others.
Prosocial
Antisocial
The study of how others influence our behavior, beliefs, and attitudes?
Social Psychology
Humans are a _____ species and feel the need to _____? Described in the Belong Theory.
Social
Belong
Enhanced performance brought about by the presence of others? Impaired performance brought about by the presence of others?
Social Facilitation
Social Disruption
This is an explanation for behavior and it could be either internal or external?
Attribution
The tendency to overestimate the impact of dispositional influences on other peoples behavior?
Fundamental Attribution Error or FAE
This theory states that we evaluate our beliefs, attitudes, and abilities by comparing them with others?
Social Comparison Theory
_______ is influence from higher up such as teachers or parents
______ is influence from peers and such at equal level.
Obedience
Conformity
This is the act of taking multiple social roles?
Deindividuation
Mob Psychology:
1) This is a discussion that strengthens the dominant position held by individual group members?
2) A group of individuals that exhibit intense and unquestioning devotion to a single cause, such as Charles Manson. With this comes the idea of_____ or convincing people to change their minds about something by introducing reasons why the perspective might be correct and debunking them?
Group Polarization
Cult
Inoculation Effect
______ behavior is behavior intended to help someone.
______ behavior is behavior intended to harm others.
Prosocial
Antisocial
This is known as when we don't help someone when we see them in trouble.
Bystander Effect
We don't help for two reasons
1) Psychological Paralysis, or being frozen/helpless
2) Pluralistic Ignorance or thinking someone else will do it.
This is the phenomenon when individuals become less productive in groups.
Social Loafing
What is the difference between a belief and an attitude?
A belief is a conclusion regarding factual evidence
An attitude is a belief that includes an emotional component
These are attitudes shaped by the message and the messenger.
Messenger Characteristics
Unpleasant mental experience of tension resulting from two conflicting thoughts or beliefs is known as _______?
Cognitive Dissonance