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Psychology Exam 3 Part 2
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What are the four C's of peacemaking?
contact cooperation communication conciliation
An expectation that people will help those needing help
social responsibility norm
What is "Women have a superior sense of sensibility" an example of?
When participating in prejudice we often see it more as ____________ _______________ and do it unintentionally rather than it being intentional harm
using hostility at the wrong time to get what you want
something that works as a distraction in this case so we do not see prejudice
The theory that prejudice arises from competition between groups for scarce resources
realistic group conflict theory
how you feel about yourself
The "we" aspect of our self-concept the part of our answer to "Who am I?" that comes from our group memberships
the tendency to favor one's own group
the theory to facors other who aren't like you
Perception of outgroup members as more similar to one another than are ingroup members "they are alike; we are diverse"
outgroup homogenity effect
the tendency for people to more accurately recognize faces of their own race
own race bias
we simplify our environment by organizing the world by clustering things together
Perception of a relationship where none exists or perception of a stronger relationship than actually exists
A cognitive rule that judges the likelihood of things in terms of their availability in memory
A belief that leads to its own fulfillment
self fulfilling prophecy
A tendency to search for information that confirms one's preconceptions
The tendency of people to believe that the world is just and that people therefore get what they deserve and deserve what they get
just world phenomenon
How can we reconcile individual self-interest with communal well-being
the false reading of another's perception that leads to conflict
the theory that human interactions are transactions that aim to maximize one's rewards and minimize one's cost
social exchange theory
An expectation that people will help, not hurt, those who have helped them
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