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Social Psychology Unit 4
Group polarisation
Conformity
Obedience
Asch - line study
a pattern in group discussions in which each members attitude…
Adjusting one's behavior or thinking to coincide with a group…
A form of compliance that occurs when people follow direct co…
Devised to investigate the extent to which social pressure fr…
Group polarisation
a pattern in group discussions in which each members attitude…
Conformity
Adjusting one's behavior or thinking to coincide with a group…
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Social Psychology chapter 4
social perception
mind perception
nonverbal behavior
attribution theory
A general term for the processes by which people come to unde…
the process by which people attribute human... like mental state…
behavior that reveals a persons feelings without words throug…
a group of theories that describe how people explain the caus…
social perception
A general term for the processes by which people come to unde…
mind perception
the process by which people attribute human... like mental state…
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4) Social Psychology Unit
social psychology
situational attribution
dispositional attribution
fundamental attribution error
the scientific study of how we think about, influence, and re…
assumption that a person's behavior is determined by external…
assumption that a person's behavior is determined by internal…
the tendency for observers, when analyzing others' behavior,…
social psychology
the scientific study of how we think about, influence, and re…
situational attribution
assumption that a person's behavior is determined by external…
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Unit 4: Social Psychology
Social Psychology
Conformity
Foot-in-the-door phenomenon
Informational Social Influence
the scientific study of how we think about, influence, and re…
adjusting one's behavior or thinking to coincide with a group…
the tendency for people who have first agreed to a small requ…
influence resulting from one's willingness to accept others'…
Social Psychology
the scientific study of how we think about, influence, and re…
Conformity
adjusting one's behavior or thinking to coincide with a group…
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Social Psychology Chapter 4
Social Perception
Nonverbal Communication
Encode
Decode
(pg. 76) The study of how we form impressions of and make inf…
(pg. 76) The way in which people communicate, intentionally o…
(pg. 77) To express or emit nonverbal behavior, such as smili…
(pg. 77) To interpret the meaning of the nonverbal behavior o…
Social Perception
(pg. 76) The study of how we form impressions of and make inf…
Nonverbal Communication
(pg. 76) The way in which people communicate, intentionally o…
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Social Psychology: Chapter 4
attitude
Attitude (simple)
Cognitively Based Attitudes
Affectively Based Attitudes
a favourable or unfavourable evaluative reaction toward somet…
"An evaluation of a person, object, or idea"
(Logic) Based primarily on a person's beliefs about the prope…
(Emotion) Based primarily on people's feelings and values per…
attitude
a favourable or unfavourable evaluative reaction toward somet…
Attitude (simple)
"An evaluation of a person, object, or idea"
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Unit 4: Social Psychology
Social Psychology
Conformity
Foot-in-the-door phenomenon
Informational Social Influence
the scientific study of how we think about, influence, and re…
adjusting one's behavior or thinking to coincide with a group…
the tendency for people who have first agreed to a small requ…
influence resulting from one's willingness to accept others'…
Social Psychology
the scientific study of how we think about, influence, and re…
Conformity
adjusting one's behavior or thinking to coincide with a group…
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Social Psychology Exam #4
Conflict
social trap
Prisoner's dilemma
Garrett Hardin's tragedy of the Commons
a perceived incompatibility of actions or goals
situation in which the conflicting parties, by each rationall…
study cooperation and competition, mixed-motive game that cre…
trading off long terms benefits for short personal gain, when…
Conflict
a perceived incompatibility of actions or goals
social trap
situation in which the conflicting parties, by each rationall…
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Unit 4: Social Psychology
Dispositional attribution
Situational attribution
Fundamental attribution error
Peripheral route persuasion
Believing someone's behavior is attributed to their personality
Someone's behavior is attributed to situations
The tendency for observers to underestimate the influence of…
Show flashy, memorable, persuasive commercials highlighting h…
Dispositional attribution
Believing someone's behavior is attributed to their personality
Situational attribution
Someone's behavior is attributed to situations
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Social psychology-4
attribution process
effects of context on social judgement
contrast effect
dilution effect
When we attempt to explain others' behavior we look at consis…
comparison of alternatives, thoughts primed by situation, how…
shabby house to just okay house, cheap wine to expensive wine…
tendency for neutral and irrelevant info to weaken a judgemen…
attribution process
When we attempt to explain others' behavior we look at consis…
effects of context on social judgement
comparison of alternatives, thoughts primed by situation, how…
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Social Psychology Ch. 4
Social Cognition
Approaches to social cognition
Social perception
Motivation
the study of how people understand and make sense of others a…
Person perception, attribution, schema
how we come to understand others
the driving force that moves people toward their desired outc…
Social Cognition
the study of how people understand and make sense of others a…
Approaches to social cognition
Person perception, attribution, schema
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Social Psychology: Chapter 4
self-presentation
dramaturgical perspective
public self-consciousness
self-monitoring
the process through which we try to control the impressions p…
the perspective that much of social interaction can be though…
the tendency to have a chronic awareness of oneself as being…
the tendency to be chronically concerned with one's public im…
self-presentation
the process through which we try to control the impressions p…
dramaturgical perspective
the perspective that much of social interaction can be though…
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Social Psychology Chapter 4
Social Perception
Nonverbal Behavior
Encoding
Decoding
How we come to understand other people
the way we communicate intentionally or unintentionally, with…
making the expression
reading the expressions
Social Perception
How we come to understand other people
Nonverbal Behavior
the way we communicate intentionally or unintentionally, with…
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Social Psychology Exam 4
Mere Exposure Effect
Matching Phenomenon
Physical Attractiveness Stereotype
Complementarity
tendency for novel stimuli to be more liked after repeat expo…
Likelihood to choose partners who are a "good match" attracti…
presumption that physically attractive people possess other d…
Supposed tendency in a relationship fo each person to complet…
Mere Exposure Effect
tendency for novel stimuli to be more liked after repeat expo…
Matching Phenomenon
Likelihood to choose partners who are a "good match" attracti…
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Unit 4: Social Psychology
Social Psychology
Conformity
Foot-in-the-door phenomenon
Normative Social Influence
the scientific study of how we think about, influence, and re…
adjusting one's behavior or thinking to coincide with a group…
the tendency for people who have first agreed to a small requ…
influence resulting from a person's desire to gain approval o…
Social Psychology
the scientific study of how we think about, influence, and re…
Conformity
adjusting one's behavior or thinking to coincide with a group…
Social Psychology Exam 4
Prejudice
Discrimination
Stereotyping
Blatant biases
evaluation of emotion toward people based on their group (att…
Behavior that advantages or disadvantages people based on the…
belief that characterizes people based on their group
conscious beliefs, feelings and behavior that people are will…
Prejudice
evaluation of emotion toward people based on their group (att…
Discrimination
Behavior that advantages or disadvantages people based on the…
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Social Psychology Exam 4
instrumental/proactive aggression
emotional/reactive aggression
income inequality and aggression
Culture of honor
Aggressive behavior whereby harm is inflicted as a means to a…
Aggressive behavior where the means and the... end coincide; har…
Countries with wide disparities in income have murder rates a…
In the United States, the murder rate is consistently highest…
instrumental/proactive aggression
Aggressive behavior whereby harm is inflicted as a means to a…
emotional/reactive aggression
Aggressive behavior where the means and the... end coincide; har…
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Social Psychology Chapter 4
Self-Concept
Self-Schema
Self-Efficacy
Social Identity Theory
Your mental representation or overall sense of "you".
Beliefs about aspects of your identity that organize the proc…
A person's belief in one's ability to achieve certain goals.
A theory in which we develop our identity from our group memb…
Self-Concept
Your mental representation or overall sense of "you".
Self-Schema
Beliefs about aspects of your identity that organize the proc…
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social psychology chapter 4
social perception
nonverbal communication
encode
decode
the study of how we form impressions of and make inferences a…
The way in which people communicate, intentionally or uninten…
to express or emit nonverbal behavior, such as smiling or pat…
To interpret the meaning of the nonverbal behavior other peop…
social perception
the study of how we form impressions of and make inferences a…
nonverbal communication
The way in which people communicate, intentionally or uninten…
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Social Psychology Chapter 4
Ways that interactionist researchers f…
Wisconsin Model of Status Attainment
Values
Group Processes
*Examine how social structure shapes who we interact with... *Ac…
Traces the relationship among individuals' class position, th…
Serve as a guide for making decisions about the future, ultim…
Contribute to our understanding of structural developments by…
Ways that interactionist researchers f…
*Examine how social structure shapes who we interact with... *Ac…
Wisconsin Model of Status Attainment
Traces the relationship among individuals' class position, th…
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Social Psychology Chapter 4
BIRGing
Deindividuation
Downwards Social Comparison
Narcissism
The process of improving our self-esteem by "basking in the r…
The loss of self-awareness and individual accountability in g…
Social comparison with those we perceive as worse off than we…
A personality trait characterized by overly high self-esteem,…
BIRGing
The process of improving our self-esteem by "basking in the r…
Deindividuation
The loss of self-awareness and individual accountability in g…
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Social Psychology Exam 4
Aggression
Hostile Aggression
Instrumental Aggression
Catharsis Hypothesis
Physical or verbal behavior intended to hurt someone. Behavio…
Aggression driven by anger and hatred, performed as an end in…
Aggression used to attain means to some other end (the goal i…
The idea that watching or participating in aggressive behavio…
Aggression
Physical or verbal behavior intended to hurt someone. Behavio…
Hostile Aggression
Aggression driven by anger and hatred, performed as an end in…
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PSY(4): Social Psychology
social-cognitive approach
interactionists
social psychology
cooperation
an approach that views personality in terms of how the person…
psychologists who believe that the effect of personality on b…
the study of the causes and consequences of sociality
the behavior by two or more individuals that leads to mutual…
social-cognitive approach
an approach that views personality in terms of how the person…
interactionists
psychologists who believe that the effect of personality on b…
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Social Psychology L4
Some Definitions
Stereotype Content
Stereotype Function
From Stereotypes to Impressions
• Discrimination: a positive or negative behaviour directed t…
• Many types of characteristics: Physical features, Personali…
• Mastery: Helps predict what they may do but not much feedba…
• Categorization: 1)Social categorization 2) Stereotype activ…
Some Definitions
• Discrimination: a positive or negative behaviour directed t…
Stereotype Content
• Many types of characteristics: Physical features, Personali…
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Social Psychology Chapter 4
attitudes
attitude formation
Factors on attitude formation
Classical conditioning
evaluations of people, objects and ideas in the social world
__________ are often learned through experience
-Classical conditioning... -Instrumental conditioning... -Observati…
Learning based on associations between two stimuli (can occur…
attitudes
evaluations of people, objects and ideas in the social world
attitude formation
__________ are often learned through experience
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Social Psychology Chapter 4
attitude
Implicit Association test
role
norms
a favorable or unfavorable evaluative reaction toward somethi…
A computer-driven assessment of implicit attitudes. The test…
a set of norms that define how people in a given social posit…
rules for accepted and expected behavior that prescribe "prop…
attitude
a favorable or unfavorable evaluative reaction toward somethi…
Implicit Association test
A computer-driven assessment of implicit attitudes. The test…
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Social psychology 4
Attitude
Cognitive, affective, behavioural
Cognitive components
Affective components
Beliefs, feelings and behavioural tendencies towards socially…
Attitude components
Beliefs, ideas or thoughts that people hold about the object…
Emotions, feelings stimulated by an object
Attitude
Beliefs, feelings and behavioural tendencies towards socially…
Cognitive, affective, behavioural
Attitude components
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Social Psychology Ch. 4
pluralistic ignorance
self-fulfilling prophecy
primacy effect
recency effect
Misperception of a group norm that results from observing peo…
The tendency for people to act in ways that bring about the v…
The disproportionate influence on judgment by information pre…
The disproportionate influence on judgment by information pre…
pluralistic ignorance
Misperception of a group norm that results from observing peo…
self-fulfilling prophecy
The tendency for people to act in ways that bring about the v…
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Social Psychology - 4
Attribution theory
Availability heuristic
Base rate fallacy
Belief in a just world
a group of theories that describe how people explain the caus…
a tendency to estimate the likelihood that an event will occu…
the finding that people are relatively insensitive to consens…
the belief that individual get what they deserve in life, an…
Attribution theory
a group of theories that describe how people explain the caus…
Availability heuristic
a tendency to estimate the likelihood that an event will occu…
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Social Psychology Mod. 4
scientific jury selection
death qualified jury
justice
criminal justice
A statistical approach to jury selection whereby members of d…
A jury from which prospective jurors who would never recommen…
Subjective construal based on notions of fairness and moral r…
Formal system directed at upholding social control, deterring…
scientific jury selection
A statistical approach to jury selection whereby members of d…
death qualified jury
A jury from which prospective jurors who would never recommen…
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Social Psychology 4
Attitude
Implicit association test
Role
Lowball technique
A favorable or unfavorable reaction toward something
A test used to measure attitude that uses reaction time to me…
A set of norms that defines how people in a given social posi…
A tactic for getting people to agree to something. People who…
Attitude
A favorable or unfavorable reaction toward something
Implicit association test
A test used to measure attitude that uses reaction time to me…
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social psychology test 4
Social psychology
Aggression
Frustration-aggression hypothesis
Cooperation
study of causes and consequences of sociality
behavior whose purpose is to harm another
A principal stating that animals aggress when their desires a…
behavior by two or more individuals for mutual benefit
Social psychology
study of causes and consequences of sociality
Aggression
behavior whose purpose is to harm another
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Social Psychology Ch. 4
Pluralistic ignorance
Self-fullfiling prophecy
Primacy effect
Recency effect
Misperception of a group norm that results from observing peo…
The tendency for people to act in ways that bring about the v…
A type of order effect: the disproportionate influence on jud…
A type of order effect: the disproportionate influence on jud…
Pluralistic ignorance
Misperception of a group norm that results from observing peo…
Self-fullfiling prophecy
The tendency for people to act in ways that bring about the v…
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Psychology: Motivation: Food,Social, Cognitive, achievement
Why do you eat?
Sugar
Fat
milkshake study
-Layperson's answer: Because I'm hungry... -Scientists' answer:…
short-term energy (We want more of this)
long-term energy
Low sugar low fat didn't activate reward circuitry... Low sugar…
Why do you eat?
-Layperson's answer: Because I'm hungry... -Scientists' answer:…
Sugar
short-term energy (We want more of this)
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Social Psychology ch. 4
Attitudes
Affect, Behavior tendency, Cognition
Allan Wicker
Moral hypocrisy (Daniel Batson)
Beliefs and feelings related to a person or an event
ABCs of attitudes
"People's expressed attitudes hardly predicted their varying…
Appearing moral while avoiding the costs of being so
Attitudes
Beliefs and feelings related to a person or an event
Affect, Behavior tendency, Cognition
ABCs of attitudes
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Social psychology ch: 4
Attitude
Implicit association test (IAT)
Role
Foot-in-the-door phenomenon
A favorable or unfavorable evaluative reaction toward somethi…
A computer driven assessment of implicit attitudes. ... The test…
A set of norms that defines how people in a given social posi…
The tendency for people who have first agreed to a small requ…
Attitude
A favorable or unfavorable evaluative reaction toward somethi…
Implicit association test (IAT)
A computer driven assessment of implicit attitudes. ... The test…
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Problem 4 - Social Psychology
Zajonc's Resolution - Drive Theory
Social Faciltation
Social inhibition
Evaluation apprehension theory
2 Types of responses... 1. dominant responses - normal type of r…
Presence of of others in dominant response related tasks incr…
Decreased performance in dominance tasks when in the presence…
In a task, if people believe that they are being evaluated by…
Zajonc's Resolution - Drive Theory
2 Types of responses... 1. dominant responses - normal type of r…
Social Faciltation
Presence of of others in dominant response related tasks incr…
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Social psychology #4
Collective
Social facilitation
Group
Evaluation apprehension
People engaged in common activities and having minimal direct…
The presence of others enhances performance on easy tasks but…
Two or more interacting and interdependent individuals who sh…
May do worse in the presence of masters of the task at hand
Collective
People engaged in common activities and having minimal direct…
Social facilitation
The presence of others enhances performance on easy tasks but…
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Social Psychology [Chapter 4]
Social Perception
Nonverbal Communication
Encode
Decode
the study of how we form impressions of and make inferences a…
the way in which people communicate (intentionally or uninten…
to express or emit nonverbal behavior, such as smiling or pat…
to interpret the meaning of the nonverbal behavior other peop…
Social Perception
the study of how we form impressions of and make inferences a…
Nonverbal Communication
the way in which people communicate (intentionally or uninten…
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4 Psychology: Social Structure
Microsociology
Macrosociology
Functionalism
Conflict theory
focuses on individual face-to-face, everyday social interacti…
focuses on populations, social systems and structure
study of structure and function of society
Marxist theory = groups/classes within society have differing…
Microsociology
focuses on individual face-to-face, everyday social interacti…
Macrosociology
focuses on populations, social systems and structure
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Social Psychology (Myers) Ch 4
attitude
implicit association test (IAT)
role
foot-in-the-door-phenomenon
a favorable or unfavorable evaluative reaction toward somethi…
a computer-driven assessment of implicit attitudes. the test…
a set of norms that defines how people in a given social posi…
the tendency for people who have first agreed to a small requ…
attitude
a favorable or unfavorable evaluative reaction toward somethi…
implicit association test (IAT)
a computer-driven assessment of implicit attitudes. the test…
74 terms
Social Psychology Ch. 4-5
Erikson's Psychosocial Theory
Gender and Sexual identity
Self-esteem
Narcissistic Self
8 stages through which a developing person passes through fro…
Sexual Identity- Parts that your born with... Gender Identity- F…
Degree to which the self is perceived positively or negatively
The idea that everyone is like us or is similar to us in some…
Erikson's Psychosocial Theory
8 stages through which a developing person passes through fro…
Gender and Sexual identity
Sexual Identity- Parts that your born with... Gender Identity- F…
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social psychology 4
prejudice
prejudice
ingroup/outgroup
ingroup/outgroup
an unjustifiable, and usually negative, attitude toward a gro…
pre, before... going into a relationship with preconceived notio…
us and them, people who share a common identity and people wh…
people are in, or out of the group. with us, or against us
prejudice
an unjustifiable, and usually negative, attitude toward a gro…
prejudice
pre, before... going into a relationship with preconceived notio…
219 terms
Social Psychology 1-4
As a result of random assignment, the…
The variable being measured in an expe…
Asking students to come to a laborator…
You have just participated in a resear…
are more likely to be about the same in every way.
dependent
laboratory research
debriefing
As a result of random assignment, the…
are more likely to be about the same in every way.
The variable being measured in an expe…
dependent
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Social Psychology week 4
attribution theory
fundamental attribution error
attitude
peripheral route persuassion
when your judging someone when they re cheeping
when you oversaw the reasons of why you cheated
feelings influenced by our beliefs, in a particular way to ob…
someone is good looking and you are influenced by them
attribution theory
when your judging someone when they re cheeping
fundamental attribution error
when you oversaw the reasons of why you cheated
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Psychology; Topic 4; Social Psychology
Social Psychology
Social Group
Norms
In-Groups
Study of how groups influence individuals attitudes and behav…
Two or more people sharing common goals and interests interac…
Either implicit or explicit rules that govern the behavior of…
Groups to which belong and tend to favor
Social Psychology
Study of how groups influence individuals attitudes and behav…
Social Group
Two or more people sharing common goals and interests interac…
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4: Social Psychology- Attitudes
Social Psychology
Consistency based persuasion
Front-in-the-door
Reciprocity based persuasion
examines the influence of social processes on the way people…
exploiting people's desire to behave consistently
tendency for people who have first agreed to a small, trivial…
exploits the tendency to return favors, even those we did not…
Social Psychology
examines the influence of social processes on the way people…
Consistency based persuasion
exploiting people's desire to behave consistently
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Social Psychology Ch. 4
social perception
mind perception
attribution theory
personal attribution
A general term for the processes by which people come to unde…
The process by which people attribute human-like mental state…
A group of theories that describe how people explain the caus…
Attribution to internal characteristics of an actor, such as…
social perception
A general term for the processes by which people come to unde…
mind perception
The process by which people attribute human-like mental state…
15 terms
Social Psychology: Week 4
social facilitation
Yerkes-Dodson Law
conformity
informational social influence
when already doing something that you're good at, will do it…
the more arousal the better (for simple tasks) <- autopilot…
change in behavior without explicit request
other people know things that we don't ... -can be helpful
social facilitation
when already doing something that you're good at, will do it…
Yerkes-Dodson Law
the more arousal the better (for simple tasks) <- autopilot…
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Social Psychology Vocabulary 4
In Group
Out Group
In Group Bias
Realistic Conflict Theory
"us" - people with whom one shares a common identity
"them" - those perceived as different than ones in group
the tendency to favor one's own group
competition for limited resources fosters prejudice
In Group
"us" - people with whom one shares a common identity
Out Group
"them" - those perceived as different than ones in group
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