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Social Psychology: Chapter 8
passion
intimacy
decision/commitment
factor analysis
factor on love scales composed of items tapping romantic attr…
factor on love scales composed of items tapping feelings of c…
factor on love scales composed of items tapping decision that…
a statistical technique for sorting test items or behaviors i…
passion
factor on love scales composed of items tapping romantic attr…
intimacy
factor on love scales composed of items tapping feelings of c…
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Social Psychology (Chapter 8)
Social Action
Social Facilitation
Yerkes-Dodson Law
Deindividuation
conscious behavior we perform because others are around
people perform better when they know they're being watched
being in the presence of others (arousal) hinders our ability…
people behave differently in groups than when alone; can lead…
Social Action
conscious behavior we perform because others are around
Social Facilitation
people perform better when they know they're being watched
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Social Psychology Chapter 8
Group
Co-actors
Social Facilitation
Evaluation Apprehension
Two or more people who, for longer than a few moments, intera…
Co-participants working individually on a noncompetitive acti…
(1) Original meaning: The tendency of people to perform simpl…
Concern for how others are evaluating us
Group
Two or more people who, for longer than a few moments, intera…
Co-actors
Co-participants working individually on a noncompetitive acti…
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Social Psychology- Chapter 8
In a variation on his original experim…
In a series of studies by Solomon Asch…
One of the major concerns about the Mi…
It is likely that participants in Stan…
informational influence.
normative social influence was at work.
there were several major ethical concerns.
informational social influence
In a variation on his original experim…
informational influence.
In a series of studies by Solomon Asch…
normative social influence was at work.
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Social Psychology Chapter 8
A false impression of what most other…
The relationship between group size an…
Which one of the following is NOT an e…
Which of the following comments is mos…
pluralistic ignorance
positive
(D) deindividuation
(A) "We have been in agreement on matters in the past and I h…
A false impression of what most other…
pluralistic ignorance
The relationship between group size an…
positive
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social psychology chapter 8
Conformity
Complience
Obedience
2 types of conformity
changing your behavior, belief, or attitude because of the re…
a form of conformity that is a conscious result of a direct r…
acting in direct response to a command or order
informative and normative
Conformity
changing your behavior, belief, or attitude because of the re…
Complience
a form of conformity that is a conscious result of a direct r…
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Social Psychology Chapter 8
conformity
informational social influence
private acceptance
public compliance
a change in one's behavior due to the real or imagined influe…
the influence of other people that leads us to conform becaus…
conforming to other people's behavior out of a genuine belief…
conforming to other people's behavior without necessarily bel…
conformity
a change in one's behavior due to the real or imagined influe…
informational social influence
the influence of other people that leads us to conform becaus…
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Introduction to Social Psychology Chapter 8
Door-in-the-face technique
Foot-in-the-door technique
Legitimization-of-paltry-favors techni…
Low-ball technique
Persuasion technique that involves beginning with a large req…
Persuasion technique that involves making a small request fol…
A persuasion technique that involves making a very small cont…
A persuasion technique involving an initial, reasonable reque…
Door-in-the-face technique
Persuasion technique that involves beginning with a large req…
Foot-in-the-door technique
Persuasion technique that involves making a small request fol…
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Social Psychology: Chapter 8
Group
Co-actors
Social Facilitation
Evaluation Apprehension
Two or more people who, for longer than a few moments, intera…
Co-participants working individually on a noncompetitive acti…
Original meaning: the tendency of people to perform simple or…
Concern for how others are evaluating us.
Group
Two or more people who, for longer than a few moments, intera…
Co-actors
Co-participants working individually on a noncompetitive acti…
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Social Psychology - Chapter 8
Group: Set of individuals that have at…
Group cohesiveness
Social facilitation
Social loafing:
- Direct interactions with each other over a period of time.…
The extent to which forces push group members closer together…
A process whereby the presence of others enhances performance…
A group-produced reduction in individual output on easy tasks…
Group: Set of individuals that have at…
- Direct interactions with each other over a period of time.…
Group cohesiveness
The extent to which forces push group members closer together…
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Social Psychology Chapter 8
Conformity
Informational Social Influence
Private Acceptance
Public Compliance
A change in one's behavior due to the real or imagined influe…
The influence of other people that leads us to conform becaus…
Conforming to other people's behavior out of genuine belief t…
Conforming to other people's behavior publicly without necess…
Conformity
A change in one's behavior due to the real or imagined influe…
Informational Social Influence
The influence of other people that leads us to conform becaus…
38 terms
Social Psychology Chapter 8
Group
interdependence
two principle functions of groups
Temporal model of group membership
Several independent people who have emotional ties and intera…
members depend on each other to achieve goals and also events…
accomplishing tasks & dealing with emotional and social relat…
A theory of group membership describing the changes that occu…
Group
Several independent people who have emotional ties and intera…
interdependence
members depend on each other to achieve goals and also events…
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Social psychology chapter 8
Chameleon effect
Compliance
Conformity
Descriptive norms
the nonconscious mimicry of the postures mannerisms facial ex…
a form of social influence involving direct requests from one…
a type of social influence in which an individual changes his…
how people typically behave in a given group or situation.
Chameleon effect
the nonconscious mimicry of the postures mannerisms facial ex…
Compliance
a form of social influence involving direct requests from one…
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Social Psychology Chapter 8
Group
Co- actors
Social facilitation
Evaluation apprehension
Two or more people who, for longer than a few moments, intera…
Co participants working individual on a noncompetitve activity.
1) original meaning: the tendency of people to perform simple…
concerns for how others are evaluating us.
Group
Two or more people who, for longer than a few moments, intera…
Co- actors
Co participants working individual on a noncompetitve activity.
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Social Psychology Chapter 8
Group
Group Cohesiveness
Social Facilitation
Mere Presence
A set of individuals who interact over time and have shared f…
The extent to which forces push group members closer together…
Process whereby the presence of others enhances performance o…
The proposition that the mere presence of others is sufficien…
Group
A set of individuals who interact over time and have shared f…
Group Cohesiveness
The extent to which forces push group members closer together…
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Social Psychology Chapter 8
Utilitarian Function
Value-expressive function
Reference groups
Knowledge functions
One of the functions of the attitudes. It serves to alert peo…
Another function of the attitude.... Attitudes help people expre…
Groups whose opinion matter to a person and that affect the p…
Another function of the attitude.... Attitudes help to organize…
Utilitarian Function
One of the functions of the attitudes. It serves to alert peo…
Value-expressive function
Another function of the attitude.... Attitudes help people expre…
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Social Psychology Chapter 8
Passion
Intimacy
Decision/Commitment
Factor Analysis
Factor on love scales composed of items tapping romantic attr…
Factor on love scales composed of items tapping feelings of c…
Factor on love scales composed of items tapping decision that…
A statistical technique for sorting test items or behaviors i…
Passion
Factor on love scales composed of items tapping romantic attr…
Intimacy
Factor on love scales composed of items tapping feelings of c…
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Social Psychology- Chapter 8
group
co-actors
social facilitation
evaluation apprehension
two or more people who, for longer than a few moments, intera…
co-participants working individually on a noncompetitive acti…
(1) original meaning: the tendency of people to perform simpl…
concern for how others are evaluating us
group
two or more people who, for longer than a few moments, intera…
co-actors
co-participants working individually on a noncompetitive acti…
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Social Psychology Chapter 8
agenda control
attitude inoculation
central (systematic) route
ego-defensive function
Efforts of the media to select certain events and topics to e…
Small attacks on people's beliefs that engage their attitudes…
A persuasive route wherein people think carefully and deliber…
An attitudinal function that enables people to maintain cheri…
agenda control
Efforts of the media to select certain events and topics to e…
attitude inoculation
Small attacks on people's beliefs that engage their attitudes…
Social Psychology Chapter 8
Elaboration-Likelihood Model (ELM)
Heuristic-Systematic Model (HSM)
Central (Systematic) Route
Peripheral (Heuristic) Route
A model of persuasion maintaining that there are two differen…
A model of persuasion maintaining that there are two differen…
A route to persuasion wherein people think carefully and deli…
A route to persuasion wherein people attend to relatively eas…
Elaboration-Likelihood Model (ELM)
A model of persuasion maintaining that there are two differen…
Heuristic-Systematic Model (HSM)
A model of persuasion maintaining that there are two differen…
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Social Psychology: Chapter 8
Group
Co-actors
Social Facilitation
Evaluation Apprehension
Two or more people who, for longer than a few moments, intera…
Co-participants working individually in a noncompetitive acti…
(1) Original meaning: the tendency of people to perform simpl…
Concern for how others are evaluating us.
Group
Two or more people who, for longer than a few moments, intera…
Co-actors
Co-participants working individually in a noncompetitive acti…
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Chapter 8 Social Psychology
group
Social facilitation
better
sometimes the presence of others impro…
two or more people who, for longer than a few moments, intera…
strengthening of dominant (likely) responses in the presence…
Originally: tendency of people (and animals) to perform _____…
What is the conflicting evidence for social facilitation?
group
two or more people who, for longer than a few moments, intera…
Social facilitation
strengthening of dominant (likely) responses in the presence…
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Social Psychology Chapter 8
Normative Influence
Autokinetic Effect
Gorup Norms
Informational influence
Going along with the crowd in order to be liked and accepted
Illusion caused by very slight movement of the eye, that a st…
The beliefs or behaviors that a group of peope accepts as nor…
Going along with the crowd because you think the crowd knows…
Normative Influence
Going along with the crowd in order to be liked and accepted
Autokinetic Effect
Illusion caused by very slight movement of the eye, that a st…
13 terms
Social Psychology Chapter 8
Conformity
Informational social influence
private acceptance
Public compliance
A change in one's behavior due to the real or imagined influe…
The influence of other people that leads us to conform becaus…
conforming to other people's behavior out of a genuine belief…
conforming to other people's behavior publicly without necess…
Conformity
A change in one's behavior due to the real or imagined influe…
Informational social influence
The influence of other people that leads us to conform becaus…
13 terms
Social Psychology: Chapter 8
Group
Temporal Model of Group Membership
Expectation States Theory
Social Loafing
Several interdependent people who have emotional ties and int…
A theory of group membership describing the changes that occu…
A theory that the development of group status is based on mem…
Group-induced reduction in individual output when performers'…
Group
Several interdependent people who have emotional ties and int…
Temporal Model of Group Membership
A theory of group membership describing the changes that occu…
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Chapter 8 Social Psychology
social facilitation
evaluation apprehension
distractions
groupthink
the strengthening of dominant responses in the presence of ot…
concern for how others are judging us, which might then cause…
such as wondering how the audience is evaluation us, cause ar…
illusion of unanimity ... stereotyped view of opponent... self-cens…
social facilitation
the strengthening of dominant responses in the presence of ot…
evaluation apprehension
concern for how others are judging us, which might then cause…
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Social Psychology, Chapter 8, Conformity
Conformity
Informational Social Influence
Private Acceptance
Contagion
A change in one's behavior due to the real or imagined influe…
The influence of other people that leads us to conform becaus…
Conforming to other people's behavior publicly without necess…
The rapid spread of emotions or behaviors through a crowd
Conformity
A change in one's behavior due to the real or imagined influe…
Informational Social Influence
The influence of other people that leads us to conform becaus…
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social psychology chapter 8
2 types of social influence
normative influence
informative influence
pluralistic influence (informational i…
normative influence, informational influence
going along with the crowd in order to be liked and accepted
going along with the crowd because you think the crowd knows…
looking to others for cues on how to behave when they are als…
2 types of social influence
normative influence, informational influence
normative influence
going along with the crowd in order to be liked and accepted
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Chapter 8: Social Psychology
Social psychology
Social influence
Conformity
Groupthink
The scientific study of how a person's thoughts feelings and…
The process through which the real or implied presence of oth…
Changing one's own behavior to match that of the other people
Kind of thinking that occurs when people place more importanc…
Social psychology
The scientific study of how a person's thoughts feelings and…
Social influence
The process through which the real or implied presence of oth…
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Social Psychology Chapter 8
group
co-actors
social facilitation
evaluation apprehension
two or more people who, for longer than a few moments, intera…
co-participants working individually on a noncompetitive acti…
(1) original meaning: tendency for people to perform simple o…
concern for how others are evaluating us
group
two or more people who, for longer than a few moments, intera…
co-actors
co-participants working individually on a noncompetitive acti…
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Chapter 8 social psychology
Social psychologists distinguish betwe…
Given Asch's line-judging studies on c…
In Asch's line-judging studies on conf…
Suppose that you are on a committee, d…
normative and informational
more often
there was a "dissenter" in the group who always gave the corr…
play "devil's advocate" and disagree with the majority view
Social psychologists distinguish betwe…
normative and informational
Given Asch's line-judging studies on c…
more often
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Chapter 8 Social Psychology
what is the Elaboration Likelihood Mod…
what is the central route?
what is the peripheral route?
whats the difference between central a…
a model of persuasion maintaining that there are two differen…
a route to persuasion wherein people think carefully and deli…
a route to persuasion wherein people attend to relatively eas…
the central is for careful thinking, and he peripheral is for…
what is the Elaboration Likelihood Mod…
a model of persuasion maintaining that there are two differen…
what is the central route?
a route to persuasion wherein people think carefully and deli…
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Psychology Chapter 8 Social Psychology
Social Psychology
Attribution Theory
internal disposition
external situation
the scientific study of how we think about, influence, and re…
the tendency to give casual explanations for someone's behavi…
attitude, personality, values
"about the situation" factors within a situation. "situationa…
Social Psychology
the scientific study of how we think about, influence, and re…
Attribution Theory
the tendency to give casual explanations for someone's behavi…
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Social Psychology, Chapter 8
utilitarian function
ego-defensive function
value expressive function
reference groups
attitudinal function that serves to alert people to rewarding…
attitudinal function that enables people to maintain cherishe…
attitudinal function whereby attitudes help people express th…
groups whose opinions matter to a person and that affect the…
utilitarian function
attitudinal function that serves to alert people to rewarding…
ego-defensive function
attitudinal function that enables people to maintain cherishe…
12 terms
Social Psychology Chapter 8
conformity
informational social influence
private acceptance
public compliance
a change in ones behavior due to the real or imagined influen…
the influence of other people that leads us to conform becaus…
conforming to other peoples behavior out of a genuine belief…
conforming to other peoples behavior publicly without necessa…
conformity
a change in ones behavior due to the real or imagined influen…
informational social influence
the influence of other people that leads us to conform becaus…
14 terms
Social Psychology - Chapter 8 - Conformity
Conformity.
Informational Social Influence
Private Acceptance
Public Compliance
A change in one's behavior due to the real or imagined influe…
Relying on other people as a source of information to guide o…
Conforming to other people's behavior out of a genuine belief…
Conforming to other people's behavior publicly without necess…
Conformity.
A change in one's behavior due to the real or imagined influe…
Informational Social Influence
Relying on other people as a source of information to guide o…
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Social Psychology Chapter 8
What is social influence?
Name the types of social influences.
Describe informational social influence.
Describe normative social influence.
efforts by one or more individuals to change the attitudes or…
conformity, obedience, compliance, and persuasion
seeking information, need to understand the world are us when…
seeking acceptance, fear of negative consequences of appearin…
What is social influence?
efforts by one or more individuals to change the attitudes or…
Name the types of social influences.
conformity, obedience, compliance, and persuasion
30 terms
Chapter 8 Social Psychology
Elaboration - likelihood model (ELM)
Heuristic- System model
Central (Systematic) route
Peripheral (hueristic) route
A model of persuasion maintaining that there are two differen…
A model of persuasion maintaining that there are two differen…
A route to persuasion wherein people think carefully and deli…
A route to persuasion wherein people attend to relatively eas…
Elaboration - likelihood model (ELM)
A model of persuasion maintaining that there are two differen…
Heuristic- System model
A model of persuasion maintaining that there are two differen…
37 terms
Social Psychology Chapter 8
Conformity
Informational Social Influence: The Ne…
Muzafer Sherif
Autokinetic Effect
A change in one's behavior due to the real or imagined influe…
The influence of other people that leads us to conform becaus…
someone is placed alone in a dark room and asked to focus the…
If you stare at a bright light in a uniformly dark environmen…
Conformity
A change in one's behavior due to the real or imagined influe…
Informational Social Influence: The Ne…
The influence of other people that leads us to conform becaus…
25 terms
Social Psychology Chapter 8
Conformity?
Asch's Conformity Studies:... - Private…
Asch's Conformity Studies:... - Public C…
Obedience?
A tendency to alter one's thinking or behavior in response to…
- Is a personal attitude change in which may or may not be ex…
- Public Compliance is the superficial, public and often tran…
- Behavior following the rules or instructions from those of…
Conformity?
A tendency to alter one's thinking or behavior in response to…
Asch's Conformity Studies:... - Private…
- Is a personal attitude change in which may or may not be ex…
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Social Psychology - Chapter 8
Passion
Intimacy
Decision/commitment
Factor analysis
Factor on love scales composed of items tapping romantic attr…
Factor on love scales composed of items tapping feelings of c…
Factor on love scales composed of items tapping decision that…
A statistical technique for sorting test items or behaviors i…
Passion
Factor on love scales composed of items tapping romantic attr…
Intimacy
Factor on love scales composed of items tapping feelings of c…
154 terms
Social Psychology Chapter 8
group
direct interactions, joint membership…
social integration
collectives
a set of individuals with at least one of the following chara…
3 characteristics that make a group
degree of attachments people have to social groups or to soci…
people engaging in a common activity but having little direct…
group
a set of individuals with at least one of the following chara…
direct interactions, joint membership…
3 characteristics that make a group
13 terms
Social Psychology Chapter 8
conformity
informational social influence
private acceptance
public compliance
a change in one's behavior due to the real or imagined influe…
the influence of other people that leads us to conform becaus…
conforming to other people's behavior out of a genuine belief…
conforming to other people's behavior publicly without necess…
conformity
a change in one's behavior due to the real or imagined influe…
informational social influence
the influence of other people that leads us to conform becaus…
19 terms
Social Psychology chapter 8
social normative influence
public compliance
contagion
social influence
need to be a part of group and conform with group
agreeing with the group
rapid spread of emotions or behaviors through a crowd
personal likes/dislikes on what society approves
social normative influence
need to be a part of group and conform with group
public compliance
agreeing with the group
12 terms
Chapter 8 Social Psychology
social facilitation
social loafing
groupthink
illusion of invulnerability
perform better in or with groups than alone
when individual performance is less when in groups
occurs in groups when individual thinking or individual creat…
group begins to believe its own hype and think they can do no…
social facilitation
perform better in or with groups than alone
social loafing
when individual performance is less when in groups
35 terms
Social Psychology Chapter 8
o Obedience to an order from an author…
o Compared to many cultures, Americans…
o The real or imagined influence of ot…
o When we believe that other people's…
Which of the following is the most direct and powerful exampl…
➢ Which of the following statements best captures the relatio…
➢ Conformity always includes:
➢ Informational social influence occurs:
o Obedience to an order from an author…
Which of the following is the most direct and powerful exampl…
o Compared to many cultures, Americans…
➢ Which of the following statements best captures the relatio…
25 terms
Social Psychology Chapter 8
Marvin Shaw
group
co-actors
dominant
what group dynamic expert argued that all groups have one thi…
two or more people who interact and who influence each other
co-participants working individually on a noncompetitive acti…
arousal facilitates ________________ responses
Marvin Shaw
what group dynamic expert argued that all groups have one thi…
group
two or more people who interact and who influence each other
16 terms
Social Psychology Chapter 8
Group
Co-Actors
Social Faciliation
Evaluation Apprehension
2 or more participants interacting for more than a few moments
co-participants working individually on a noncompetitive acti…
the tendency of people to perform tasks better when others ar…
concern for how others evaluate you
Group
2 or more participants interacting for more than a few moments
Co-Actors
co-participants working individually on a noncompetitive acti…
21 terms
Social Psychology Chapter 8
Elaboration Likelihood Model
Central route to persuasion
Argument
Peripheral route to persuasion
A theory of persuasion that proposes that persuasive messages…
A style of processing a persuasive message by a person who ha…
The true merits of the person, object, or position being advo…
A style of processing a persuasive message by a person who is…
Elaboration Likelihood Model
A theory of persuasion that proposes that persuasive messages…
Central route to persuasion
A style of processing a persuasive message by a person who ha…
Chapter 8: Social Psychology
Attribution theory
Dispositional attribution
Situational attribution
Fundamental attribution error (FAE)
The ways in which we explain the behavior of other people (He…
Behavior is due to internal disposition such as their persona…
Behavior is due to the context or other external, situational…
People have a strong tendency to make dispositional attributi…
Attribution theory
The ways in which we explain the behavior of other people (He…
Dispositional attribution
Behavior is due to internal disposition such as their persona…
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