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Yerkes-Dodson
highest performance occurs at median arousal
James-Lange
emotions are the result of a physiological response
Cannon-Bard
emotion and physiological response occur simultaneously and independent of each other
Schachter-Singer
physiological response leads to cognitive interpretation of the situation and then identification of emotion
Harry and Margaret Harlow
monkeys and infant attachment experiment, "contact comfort" very important
Mary Ainsworth
strange situation experiments, securely vs. insecurely attached
Carl Rogers
Humanistic Psychology Perspective
Erik Erikson
theory of psychosocial development
Charles Cooley
Looking-Glass Self, people shape self-concepts based on how they think others perceive them
George Herbert Mead
Social behaviorism, mind and self emerge through process of communicating with others
Emile Durkheim
anomie, social condition where societies lack guidelines for norms and values
Edwin Sutherland
differential association, deviance is a learned behavior from interactions bw individuals and their communities
Howard Becker
labeling theory, deviance results from society's response to a person
Robert Merton
structural strain theory, deviance is the result of experienced strain
Herbert Blumer
4 types of collective behavior: crowds, publics, masses, and social movements
Lawrence Kohlberg
6 stages of moral development
Max Weber
idea of ideal bureaucracy
George Ritzer
McDonaldization
Soloman Asch
Conformity and Peer pressure experiments
Stanley Milgram
Obedience, shock experiments
Emile Durkheim
functionalism, dynamic equilibrium
Karl Marx, Ludwig Gumplowicz, Max Weber
Conflict Theory
George Herbert Mead
Symbolic Interactionism
Thomas Robert Malthus
Population Rate Increase
Everett Lee
Migration, push and pull factors
Francis Galton
intelligence is genetically determined
Stanford-Binet
IQ test, intelligence can be strictly quantified through cognitive tests
Charles Spearman
general intelligence, intelligence can be strictly quantified through cognitive tests
Raymond Cattell
2 types of intelligence: fluid intelligence and crystallized intelligence
Howard Gardner
multiple (8) intelligences, led to re-look at social and emotional intelligence
Edward Thorndike
First proposed idea of social intelligence