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Chapter 3 Belief Systems
migrations
Indo-Europeans
steppes (stehps)
Hittites
movements of a people from one region to another.
nomadic people who may have come from north of the Black Sea…
dry grasslands (grass covered plains) that stretched north of…
Empire that dominated Southwest Asia starting in 2000 B.C. Th…
migrations
movements of a people from one region to another.
Indo-Europeans
nomadic people who may have come from north of the Black Sea…
Chapter 3 - Social Beliefs and Judgments
Priming
Schema
Subliminal Priming
Supraliminal Priming
activating particular associations in memory. Priming one tho…
Mental representation
below a threshold for conscious perceptions
above a threshold for conscious perceptions
Priming
activating particular associations in memory. Priming one tho…
Schema
Mental representation
Christian Beliefs - Chapter 3
the Bible's view of the Trinity
Trinity
distinction in their personhood
fully God
Although the word "Trinity" is never used in the Bible, the i…
The doctrine that God has eternally existed as three distinct…
When referring to the different members of the Trinity; the F…
The fullness of deity indwells all three members of the Trini…
the Bible's view of the Trinity
Although the word "Trinity" is never used in the Bible, the i…
Trinity
The doctrine that God has eternally existed as three distinct…
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Chapter 3: Beliefs and Judgments
Priming
Belief Perseverance
Misinformation Effect
Controlled processing
The awakening or activation of certain associations in the we…
Persistence in one's initial conceptions, such as when the ba…
Occurs when people incorporate misinformation into their memo…
Explicit thinking that is deliberate, reflective, and conscious
Priming
The awakening or activation of certain associations in the we…
Belief Perseverance
Persistence in one's initial conceptions, such as when the ba…
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Chapter 3: Social Beliefs and Judgments
System 1 & 2
Priming
Embodied Cognition
Automatic Processing
System 1 the intuitive, automatic, unconscious, and fast way…
Activating particular associations in memory.... Our memory sys…
The mutual influence of bodily sensations of cognitive prefer…
"Implicit" thinking that is effortless, habitual, and without…
System 1 & 2
System 1 the intuitive, automatic, unconscious, and fast way…
Priming
Activating particular associations in memory.... Our memory sys…
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Chapter 3: Social Beliefs Vocab
Priming
Embodied Cognition
Belief Perseverance
Misinformation Effect
Activating particular associations in memory.
The mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
Persistence of one's initial conceptions, such as when the ba…
Incorporating "misinformation" into one's memory of the event…
Priming
Activating particular associations in memory.
Embodied Cognition
The mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
Chapter 3: Social Beliefs and Judgements
Priming
Embodied cognition
belief perseverance
misinformation effect
activating particular associations in memory
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
persistent of one's initial conceptions, such as when the bas…
incorporating "misinformation" into one... memory of the event,…
Priming
activating particular associations in memory
Embodied cognition
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
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Chapter 3 - Social Beliefs and Judgements
priming
embodied cognition
intuitive judgements
automatic thinking
activating particular associations in memory
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
Automatic thinking and controlled thinking
"Implicit" thinking that is effortless, habitual, and without…
priming
activating particular associations in memory
embodied cognition
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
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Chapter 3: Social Beliefs and Judgements
Priming
Embodied cognition
Belief Perseverance
Misinformation Effect
Activating particular associations in memory.
The mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
Persistence of one's initial conceptions, such as when the ba…
Incorporating "misinformation" into one's memory of the event…
Priming
Activating particular associations in memory.
Embodied cognition
The mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
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Chapter 3: Social Beliefs and Judgments
System 1 & 2
Priming
Embodied Cognition
Automatic Processing
System 1 the intuitive, automatic, unconscious, and fast way…
Activating particular associations in memory.... Our memory sys…
The mutual influence of bodily sensations of cognitive prefer…
"Implicit" thinking that is effortless, habitual, and without…
System 1 & 2
System 1 the intuitive, automatic, unconscious, and fast way…
Priming
Activating particular associations in memory.... Our memory sys…
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Chapter 3: Social Beliefs and Judgments
System 1 & 2
Priming
Embodied Cognition
Automatic Processing
System 1 the intuitive, automatic, unconscious, and fast way…
Activating particular associations in memory.... Our memory sys…
The mutual influence of bodily sensations of cognitive prefer…
"Implicit" thinking that is effortless, habitual, and without…
System 1 & 2
System 1 the intuitive, automatic, unconscious, and fast way…
Priming
Activating particular associations in memory.... Our memory sys…
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Chapter 3: Social Beliefs and Judgments
priming
embodied cognition
belief perseverance
misinformation effect
activating particular associations in memory; this can influe…
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
persistence of one's initial conceptions, such as when the ba…
incorporating "misinformation" into one's memory of the event…
priming
activating particular associations in memory; this can influe…
embodied cognition
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
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Chapter 3 - Social Beliefs and Judgements
priming
embodied cognition
belief perseverance
spontaneous trait transference
activating particular associations in memory
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
persistence of one's initial conceptions, such as when the ba…
when we say something good or bad about another, people spont…
priming
activating particular associations in memory
embodied cognition
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
Chapter 3: Social Beliefs and Judgments
Priming
Embodied Cognition
Belief Perseverance
Misinformation Effect
Activating particular associations in memory.
The mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
Persistence of one's initial conceptions, such as when the ba…
Incorporating "misinformation" into one's memory of the event…
Priming
Activating particular associations in memory.
Embodied Cognition
The mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
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Chapter 3: Social Beliefs and Judgments
Priming
embodied cognition
belief perseverance
misinformation effect
Activating particular associations in memory
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
persistence of initial conceptions, such as when the basis fo…
incorporating "misinformation" into one''s memory of the even…
Priming
Activating particular associations in memory
embodied cognition
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
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Chapter 3: Social Beliefs and Judgements
priming
embodied cognition
belief perseverance
misinformation effect
activating particular associations in memory
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
persistence of one's initial conceptions, such as when the ba…
incorporating "misinformation" into one's memory of the event…
priming
activating particular associations in memory
embodied cognition
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
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Social Beliefs and Judgments Chapter 3
priming
embodied cognition
belief perseverance
misinformation effect
activating particular associations in memory.
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
persistence of one's initial conceptions, such as when the ba…
incorporating "misinformation" into one's memory of the event…
priming
activating particular associations in memory.
embodied cognition
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
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Chapter 3: Social Beliefs and Judgements
social cognition
system 1
system 2
priming
perception & interpretation of people and social events
intuitive, automatic, fast and unconscious thinking
deliberate, controlled, conscious and slower thinking
the awakening or activating of certain associations. ____ can…
social cognition
perception & interpretation of people and social events
system 1
intuitive, automatic, fast and unconscious thinking
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Chapter 3: Social Beliefs and Judgments
priming
embodied cognition
belief preserverance
misinformation effect
activating particular associations in memory
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
persistence of one's initial conceptions, such as when the ba…
incorporating "misinformation" into one's memory of the event…
priming
activating particular associations in memory
embodied cognition
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
Chapter 3: Social Beliefs and Judgements
Priming
Embodied Cognition
System 1
System 2
activating particular associations in memory
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
the intuitive, automatic, unconscious, and fast way of thinking
the deliberate, controlled, conscious, and slower way of thin…
Priming
activating particular associations in memory
Embodied Cognition
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
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Chapter 3: Social Beliefs and Judgments
System 1
System 2
Priming
Embodied cognition
The intuitive, automatic, unconcious and fast way of thinking.
The deliberate, controlled, conscious and slower way of think…
Activating particular associations in memory
The mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
System 1
The intuitive, automatic, unconcious and fast way of thinking.
System 2
The deliberate, controlled, conscious and slower way of think…
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Chapter 3: Social Beliefs and Judgements
preconceptions
priming
embodied cognition
attitudes
guide how we perceive and interpret info; matter when social…
The activation, often unconsciously, of certain associations,…
physical sensations prime our social judgements
people's perception of bias can be used to assess their _
preconceptions
guide how we perceive and interpret info; matter when social…
priming
The activation, often unconsciously, of certain associations,…
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Chapter 3: Social Beliefs and Judgments
Priming
Embodied cognition
Belief perseverance
Misinformation effect
activating particular associations in memory
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
persistence of one's initial conceptions, such as when the ba…
incorporating "misinformation" into one's memory of the event…
Priming
activating particular associations in memory
Embodied cognition
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
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Chapter 3 Social Beliefs and Judgements
priming
belief perseverance
misinformation effect
controlled processing
activating particular associations in memory
persistence of one's initial conceptions, as when the basis f…
incorporating "misinformation" into one's memory of the event…
"explicit" thinking that is deliberate, reflective, and consc…
priming
activating particular associations in memory
belief perseverance
persistence of one's initial conceptions, as when the basis f…
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Chapter 3: Social Beliefs and Judgements
automatic processing
controlled processing
priming
embodied cognition
functions automatically and out of awareness
requires conscious attention and effort
Activating particular associations in memory; stimuli can be…
Mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive preference…
automatic processing
functions automatically and out of awareness
controlled processing
requires conscious attention and effort
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Chapter 3: Social Beliefs and Judgments
Priming
Embodied Cognition
Automatic Processing
Controlled Processing
Activating particular associations in memory.
The mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
Implicit thinking that is effortless, habitual, and without a…
Explicit thinking that is deliberate, reflective, and conscio…
Priming
Activating particular associations in memory.
Embodied Cognition
The mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
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Chapter 3- Social Beliefs and Judgments
priming
much of our social information process…
intuition
illusory intuition
awakening/activating of certain associations ... priming one tho…
automatic
immediately knowing something without reasoning or analysis... u…
perceptual misinterpretations, fantasies, and constructed bel…
priming
awakening/activating of certain associations ... priming one tho…
much of our social information process…
automatic
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Chapter 3: Social Beliefs and Judgments
2 brain systems
Priming
Embodied Cognition
Automatic Processing
1: the intuitive automatic unconscious and fast way of thinki…
activating particular associations in memory... Ex: The bread an…
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
Implicit thinking that is effortless and habitual--System 1
2 brain systems
1: the intuitive automatic unconscious and fast way of thinki…
Priming
activating particular associations in memory... Ex: The bread an…
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Chapter 3: Social Beliefs and Judgements
Dual processing-- system 1 vs 2
effects of dual processing
priming
embodied cognition
● System 1... ○ Automatic -- functions automatically and out of…
priming and embodied cognition
○ Activating particular associations in memory, stimuli can b…
○ Mutual influence of bodily sensations on... cognitive preferen…
Dual processing-- system 1 vs 2
● System 1... ○ Automatic -- functions automatically and out of…
effects of dual processing
priming and embodied cognition
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Chapter 3: SOCIAL BELIEFS AND JUDGEMENTS
priming
belief perseverance
misinformation effect
controlled processing
activating particular associations in memory.
persistence of your initial conceptions, as when the basis fo…
incorporating "misinformation" into one's memory of the event…
"explicit" thinking that is deliberate, reflective, and consc…
priming
activating particular associations in memory.
belief perseverance
persistence of your initial conceptions, as when the basis fo…
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Chapter 3 social beliefs and judgements
Priming
Social perception
Belief preservation
False memory
activating certain associations in memory, often without our…
context matters, situation influences our perceptions
Tendency to maintain beliefs even after they have been discre…
we can remember things that never happened
Priming
activating certain associations in memory, often without our…
Social perception
context matters, situation influences our perceptions
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chapter 3: social beliefs and judgements
priming
system 1
system 2
embodied cognition
activating particular associations in memory; subliminal cues…
intuition (automatic processing)
requires constant attention and effort; rational processing (…
-similar to precognition... -bodily sensation influence social c…
priming
activating particular associations in memory; subliminal cues…
system 1
intuition (automatic processing)
Chapter 3: Social beliefs and judgements
Priming
belief perseverance
misinformation effect
controlled processing
activating particular associations in memory
persistence of your initial conceptions as when the basis for…
incorporating misinformation into our memories of the event a…
explicit thinking that is deliberate, reflective, and conscious
Priming
activating particular associations in memory
belief perseverance
persistence of your initial conceptions as when the basis for…
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Chapter 3--Social Beliefs and Judgments
priming
embodied cognition
Kulechov effect
spontaneous trait transference
activating particular associations in memory
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
filmmakers control people's perceptions of emotion by manipul…
when we say something good or bad about another, people spont…
priming
activating particular associations in memory
embodied cognition
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
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Chapter 3 Social Beliefs and Judgments
Priming
Embodied Cognition
Belief Perseverance
Misinformation Effect
Activating particular associations in memory.
The mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
Persistence of your initial conceptions, as when the basis fo…
Incorporating "misinformation" into one's memory of the event…
Priming
Activating particular associations in memory.
Embodied Cognition
The mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
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Chapter 3: Social Beliefs and Judgements
Ambivalent Sexism (156)
Contact Hypothesis (192)
Discrimination (148)
Group (148)
A form of sexism characterized by attitudes about women that…
The theory that direct contact between hostile groups will re…
Behaviour directed against persons because of their membershi…
Two or more persons perceived as related because of their int…
Ambivalent Sexism (156)
A form of sexism characterized by attitudes about women that…
Contact Hypothesis (192)
The theory that direct contact between hostile groups will re…
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Chapter 3 Social Beliefs and Judgments
Priming:
embodied cognition:
this bias is evident in social, politi…
Kulechov effect
Activating particular associations in memory.
The mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
People who believe a certain view accept evidence that backs…
A film director would "skillfully guide the viewers' inferenc…
Priming:
Activating particular associations in memory.
embodied cognition:
The mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
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Chapter 3: Social Beliefs and Judgements
priming
spontaneous trait inference
belief perseverance
misinformation effect
awakening/activating of certain associations
when we say something good/bad about another, people spontane…
persistence of one's initial conceptions despite discrediting…
incorporating misinformation into our memories
priming
awakening/activating of certain associations
spontaneous trait inference
when we say something good/bad about another, people spontane…
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Chapter 3: Social Beliefs and Judgements
priming
embodied cognition
belief perservance
misinformation effect
The activation, often unconsciously, of certain associations,…
in psychological science, the influence of bodily sensations,…
An unwillingness to give up our beliefs even when the evidenc…
incorporating misleading information into one's memory of an…
priming
The activation, often unconsciously, of certain associations,…
embodied cognition
in psychological science, the influence of bodily sensations,…
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Chapter 3: Social Beliefs and Judgements
Priming
Belief perseverance
Misinformation effect
Controlled processing
activating particular associations in memory
persistence of a person to believe their initial perceptions…
tendency to incorporate misinformation in to one's memory of…
"explicit" thinking that is reflective and conscious
Priming
activating particular associations in memory
Belief perseverance
persistence of a person to believe their initial perceptions…
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Chapter 3: Social Beliefs and Judgments
priming
embodied cognition
belief perseverance
misinformation effect
activating particular associations in memory; this can influe…
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
persistence of one's initial conceptions, such as when the ba…
incorporating "misinformation" into one's memory of the event…
priming
activating particular associations in memory; this can influe…
embodied cognition
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
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Chapter 3: Social Beliefs and Judgments
Overarching Point of Chapter
Priming
Embodied Cognition
Belief Perseverence
We respond not to reality, but to reality as we construe it.
Activating particular associations in memory. Our brain is li…
The mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
Persistence of one's initial conceptions, such as when the ba…
Overarching Point of Chapter
We respond not to reality, but to reality as we construe it.
Priming
Activating particular associations in memory. Our brain is li…
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Chapter 3 - Social Beliefs and Judgments
belief perseverance
overconfidence phenomenon
confirmation bias
self-verification
persistence of one's initial conceptions, such as when the ba…
the tendency to be more confident than correct; to overestima…
a tendency to search for information that confirms one's prec…
people seek, elicit, and recall feedback that confirms their…
belief perseverance
persistence of one's initial conceptions, such as when the ba…
overconfidence phenomenon
the tendency to be more confident than correct; to overestima…
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Chapter 3: SOCIAL BELIEFS AND JUDGEMENTS
priming
base rate fallacy
consensus
consistency
activating particular associations in memory.
propensity to ignore accumulated data in favor of a single co…
High: "Everybody ignores Jill" - Low: "Only Jack ignores Jill"
High: "Jack ignores Jill every time" - Low: "Jack ignores Jil…
priming
activating particular associations in memory.
base rate fallacy
propensity to ignore accumulated data in favor of a single co…
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Chapter 3 - Social Beliefs and Judgments
priming
belief perseverance
misinformation effect
controlled processing
activating particular associations in memory
persistence of one's initial conceptions, as when the basis f…
incorporating 'misinformation' into one's memory of the event…
'explicit' thinking that is deliberate, reflective and consci…
priming
activating particular associations in memory
belief perseverance
persistence of one's initial conceptions, as when the basis f…
23 terms
Chapter 3: Social beliefs and Judgements
priming
embodied cognition
belief perseverance
misinformation effect
activating particular associations in memory
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
persistence o ones initial conceptions, such as when the basi…
incorporating misinformation into ones memory of the event, a…
priming
activating particular associations in memory
embodied cognition
the mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
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Chapter 3 Social Beliefs and Judgments
Priming
Embodied Congnition
social perception
Kulechov Effect
The Process by which association are activated with the web o…
The mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
What some one observes in a social situation and what conclus…
Your opinion of someone is heavily influenced by the situatio…
Priming
The Process by which association are activated with the web o…
Embodied Congnition
The mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
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Chapter 3- Social Perceptions and Beliefs
Define priming
Define social cognition
What are the two types of thinking pro…
What is thought suppression
activation of different associations in memory
how people select, interpret, remember, and use social inform…
Automatic thinking -Quick, effortless, nonconscious, unintent…
attempt to stop thinking about something one would prefer to…
Define priming
activation of different associations in memory
Define social cognition
how people select, interpret, remember, and use social inform…
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Chapter 3: Social Beliefs and Judgements
Priming
Embodied cognition
Belief perseverance
Misinformation effect
Activating particular associations in memory.
The mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
Persistence of one's initial conceptions, such as when the ba…
Incorporating "misinformation" into one's memory of the event…
Priming
Activating particular associations in memory.
Embodied cognition
The mutual influence of bodily sensations on cognitive prefer…
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Chapter 3 Social Beliefs & Judgments
We respond not to reality but to reali…
The perception of a relationship where…
Studies have shown that teachers who k…
Barb was home alone watching a scary m…
construe
illusory
- set higher standards for them... - smile at them... - call on the…
priming
We respond not to reality but to reali…
construe
The perception of a relationship where…
illusory
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