Sexual Response Cycle:
____________________: Physiological arousal beings and escalates rapidly
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_________________ attributions: explanations based on personal traitsInternal__________________ attributions: explanations based on situational factorsExternalStability dimension: _________________ cause: temporary, able to changeUnstable_______________ cause: permanent, unable to changeStable______________-_________________ bias: tendency to attribute our own behavior to external, situational factors while attributing the same behavior from other people as due to internal, dispositional factors Ex: people are terrible drivers when they speed but you are a good driver when you speedActor-Observer_____________________ ___________________ Error: refers to the "other people" part of the actor-observer bias - we believe others do things because of their internal traitsFundamental Attribution Error___________ _________________ bias: tendency to make internal attributions for our successes and external attributions for our failures Take credit for positive events (getting an A), Blame external factors for negative events (Failing the test)Self serving_____________ ______________ Hypothesis: The belief that the world is just/fair - people get the outcomes they deserve. Allows people to feel world is predictable, they have control of outcomes.Just World Hypothesis_____________________: Our feelings, opinions, and beliefs about people, objects, and ideas.AttitudesOur attitudes affect our ________________, especially when: They are strong. You spend time talking about and practicing them The topic affects you directly.actions____________________ ______________________: Psychological discomfort arising from holding two or more inconsistent attitudes, behaviors, or cognitions (thoughts, beliefs, or opinions)Cognitive DissonanceHow do you handle cognitive dissonance? Change the ____________________ Change the _______________/belief (sometimes with defense mechanisms)Behavior attitude__________________ ____________________ theory: individuals make inferences about their activities by examining their behaviors.Self perceptionAn expected pattern of behavior based on the position a person holds in a given _________________, culture, or situationgroupAll of us hold ___________________ social roles, each with their own expectations which are shaped by culturally shared knowledgemultiple________________ _______________: expected standards of behavior -May differ in different settings, groups, cultures -Often learned through observation, operant conditioningSocial Norms_______________: A person's package of knowledge about a particular kind of situation they've encountered frequently Social roles, social norms, & previous experiences help define out ______________. Help us communicate with others, Help us know how to act in different situations, freeing up thought & attention for other things. Violations of expectations can lead to modifying our _____________, for some may also lead to embarrassment, anger.Scripts______________________: occurs when people yield to real or imagined social pressureConformity_____________ Experiment: -People give obviously wrong answer to conform to group on about 37% of trials -Some never conformed, some almost always conformedAch'sConformity ______________________ as group size ___________________ up to a pointincreasesConformity ______________________ if group not unanimousdecreases_____________________ ________________ Influence: the influence others have on us because we want to be right. We look to others for info about the situation.Informational Social__________________ _______________ Influence: the influence others have on us because we want them to like us. We look to others for info on how to be "normal".Normative Social_____________________: Occurs when people follow direct commands, usually from someone in position of authorityObedience