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    has been the focus of many social psychology studies. It is a difficult to study and standardize because of the subjective nature of the phenomenon and the vast amount of factors which can affect it. Jessica Tracy and Alec Beall attempt to narrow down attraction in terms of gender-specific priorities of emotional expressions in the peer-reviewed article, Happy Guys Finish Last: The Impact of Emotion Expressions on Sexual Attraction, published in 2011 in the psychology journal, Emotion. In 2008,…

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    about human behavior is psychology. Every human being tends to have a distinct behavior, depending on the situation that he or she was exposed to. The presence of other human beings cause the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors of the person to be controlled or influenced. There are a considerable amount of factors in which the actions of human beings around them are responsible for the process of making their decisions. Therefore, finding an explanation through psychology, for the different…

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    shaking leg is a impolite behavior. As a consequences, I told Tiffany shaking leg is a bad habit and impolite to other who sit with you so she stop shake her leg and also Cissy. I never saw her shake her leg again. In view of that, other people in social environment like act as a role model. She will pay attention to the model and retention of what the model done. After that, she will try to reproduce the behavior. Lastly, Cissy saw such behavior were being punished that she have no motivate to…

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    Social Psychology Social psychology is defined as the branch of psychology that studies the effect of social variables on individuals behavior, attitudes, perceptions, and motives. It also studies group and intergroup phenomena. Many people have to deal with social situations that may make them feel uncomfortable or change the way one may view himself in the world. In Redirect, by Timothy D. Wilson, the ideas of the impact of social situations on individuals is shown throughout most of the book,…

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    Tiffany C. McDannel Love and Attachment Social Psychology Assessment 8 Capella University October, 2015 Love and Attachment Many of us have heard the old saying that a woman marries a man that reminds her of her father and a man marries a woman that reminds him of his mother. Attachment styles that are created when people are children carry over as a model for the attachments that are made in an adult’s relationships. John Bowlby theorized that attachments that were made in childhood were…

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    All the concepts and theories that I have learned in social psychology have thought me very well the understanding of human behavior. From the way they communicate to the way that they react. Humans are very complicated species yet very easy to put two and two together as to why and how they act the way they act. When thinking of all the theories I have learned so far in social psychology class, I can defiantly say that I can connect to them all in a way. The main components, that I found to be…

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    Theatre, Anthropology of Performance, Social Psychology, and Education Since I was young I have always aspired to become one thing in life: an actress. Whenever I would admit this to an inquiring adult the question that always followed was: “what kind of actress?” to which I would respond rather confusedly that I just wanted to be any type of actress, really— one that acts on Broadway or in movies. As I have grown older and evolved I have realized that this aspiration of mine has naturally…

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    Michigan in the year of 1949 for his PhD, all for social psychology. With all of his many discoveries, Stanley was considered by some to be the father of health psychology. The reasons for such consideration is with his research in social influences and peer pressure, how birth order of siblings affects their intelligence and emotional…

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    this article topic that, we discovered a format to summarize the article from author’s source and tasks doctors whom managed to reveal data within their journals of experimental psychology and prompt the reader to retain interest and knowledge of the topic identify the influence of daily interactions for behavior with social affiliation. Now, that we have your attention, you may grasp an interest too. First, this paper project will address the research question in summary and also, it will…

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    Industrial-Organizational and Social Psychology Report Two different specialty psychological fields are Industrial-Organizational and Social. Seven different questions regarding these fields will be explored. This will give insight as to what types of issues they deal with daily. Expanding on the types of work done in these fields, hot topics, and other information will give ideas of their potential, and possible positives and negatives. The types of work people do in…

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