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  1. Describe it!

  2. piaget

  3. Nature vs. nurture

  4. Ecological model

  5. Id, Ego, super ego

  6. b.f. skinner

  7. watson

  8. Erik erikson

  9. What is Altruism/Prosocial Behaviour?

  10. Do a positive task without the expectation of a reward

  11. Milgram

  12. Emergent Norm Theory

  13. The standard behaviour that emerge from groups are: the lawless, suggestible, cautions, yielders, supportive, and resisters

  14. Propaganda

  15. Includes all efforts to persuade ppl to a point of view on an issue. • Examples-> media, education,

  16. What is Social Cognition?

  17. The way our thoughts are affected by our environment and the way our thoughts affect our behaviour

  18. What is Social Perception

  19. The way we interpret other people’s motives and intentions by observing their behaviour

  20. What is an Exchange Relationship?

  21. Based on equality-equal reward and cost.

  22. What is a Communal Relationship?

  23. Based on meeting the other persons needs. Ie. Parent-child relationship

  24. What is Lust?

  25. Acting impulsive or instinctively. Involves testosterone & estrogen

  26. What is Attraction?

  27. Addictive qualities of attraction-involves dopamine, norepinephrine and serotonin

  28. What is Attachment?

  29. Bonding, long term relationships-oxytocin, vasopressin

  30. Panic

  31. Action in a crowd, excited by the threat, uncontrolled and uncoordinated action.

  32. What is Group Think?

  33. Group members assume that their group has the correct answer • Involves->group can do no wrong, self-censorship, pressure to conform, unanimity (the illusion of consensus)

  34. Fad

  35. A trivial, short lived behaviour

  36. Anonymity (Mob Mentality)

  37. The idea that within a crowd ppl feel anonymous and free to behave unlawful

  38. Conformity

  39. Behaviour becomes influenced by others ideals

  40. Obedience

  41. Agree to act a certain way when ordered or instructed to do something • Includes social power/status of an authority figure

  42. Convergence Theory

  43. Crowd behaviour arises from the gathering together of people who share the same needs, impulses, dislikes and purposes

  44. Collective Behaviour

  45. startsspontaneously • is relatively unorganized • fairly unpredictable • planless in its course of development

  46. Stanford prison experiment

  47. prejudice

  48. Positive or negative attitude based on information or knowledge that is either illogical, unrelated to reality, a distorted fact • The feeling

  49. stereotype

  50. The beliefs that make up prejudice, simple often generalized