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Social Influence (Chapter 8)

Social Influence (Chapter 8)

Social Influence (Chapter 8). The lighter side of conformity. And the darker side…. David Koresh. Reverend James Jones. Fundamental attribution error, redux. Critical issue: internalized vs. non-internalized influence. Three historic distinctions. Conformity Compliance Obedience.

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Social Psychology

Social Psychology

Social Psychology. Psychology 1107. Introduction. When we talked about personality we talked about similarities in behaviour between and within individuals Most social psychologists don’t dispute these individual differences but they realize the importance of the situation. Introduction.

By jana
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INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES

INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES

INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES. Interpersonal Influence and Group Behavior. Organizational Processes. The Individual. THE ORGANIZATION’S ENVIRONMENT. Group behavior and work teams Intergroup conflict and negotiations Organizational power and politics Communication. Skills & Abilities Perception

By Mercy
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Performance Appraisals

Performance Appraisals

Performance Appraisals. Evaluating how well employees are working. Performance Appraisals. What are Performance Appraisals (a.k.a. Evaluations)? What is the purpose of Performance Evaluations? Validation of Selection Training Requirements Employee Improvement

By jana
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Chapter 16: Social Behavior

Chapter 16: Social Behavior

Chapter 16: Social Behavior. Social Psychology. the branch of psychology concerned with the way individuals’ thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are influenced by others. Person Perception: Forming Impressions of Others. Effects of physical appearance:

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What is social psychology?

What is social psychology?

What is social psychology?. The scientific study of the ways in which the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors of an individual are influenced by the real or imagined behavior of others. Social Cognition. impression formation attribution interpersonal attraction. Impression Formation. schemata

By arleen
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What is Social Psychology?

What is Social Psychology?

Chapter 16 Social Thinking and Social Influence Humans are social animals. We live in a social world in which our thoughts, feelings, and behavior are profoundly influenced by the presence of others. What is Social Psychology?.

By jock
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Myers’ PSYCHOLOGY

Myers’ PSYCHOLOGY

Myers’ PSYCHOLOGY. Chapter 18 Social Psychology. Social Thinking. Social Psychology scientific study of how we think about, influence, and relate to one another Attribution Theory

By eamon
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Social Perceptions

Social Perceptions

Personal Growth. Social Perceptions. Social Perceptions. I. The Self A. Parts of the Self Physical Social Personal B. Relating to the world Schemas Functions. Social Perceptions. Functions of schemas 1) Organizing incoming information into an integrated knowledge structure

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Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. Introduction to CBT. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is based on the observation that cognition, emotion, and behavior are reciprocally related . Emotion. James-Lange Theory of Emotion Action or response precedes emotion I run, therefore I must be afraid.

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Behavior in Social and Cultural Context

Behavior in Social and Cultural Context

Behavior in Social and Cultural Context. Chapter 8. Behavior in Social and Cultural Context. Roles and rules Social influences on beliefs Individuals in groups Us versus them: Group identity Group conflicts and prejudice. Roles and Rules. Defining norms and roles The obedience study.

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Foundations of Individual and Group Behavior

Foundations of Individual and Group Behavior

Foundations of Individual and Group Behavior. Toward Explaining and Predicting Behavior. Organizational Behavior (OB) Defined: The study of the actions of people at work The Focus of OB Individual behaviors Personality, perception, learning, and motivation Group behaviors

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CHAPTER 3

CHAPTER 3

CHAPTER 3. PERCEPTION, ATTRIBUTION, AND JUDGMENT OF OTHERS. LEARNING OBJECTIVES. Define perception and discuss some of the general factors that influence perception. Explain some basic biases in person perception. Describe how people form attributions about the causes of behaviour.

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Fundamentals of Communication

Fundamentals of Communication

Fundamentals of Communication. Chapter 2 – Perception, Self, and Communication. What do you see?. Perception. Process of becoming aware from senses Active Perception Subjective Perception. Perception Test. Share your answers in groups and try to fill it out

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Enneagram Training

Enneagram Training

9. 1. 8. 2. 7. 6. 3. 5. 4. Enneagram Training. V5.01. What is the Enneagram?. A system for understanding differences among people A productivity tool An alternative to seeing everyone as a better or less well developed version of “me”.

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The Sociological View on Gender

The Sociological View on Gender

The Sociological View on Gender . To challenge everyday, taken-for-granted views of being female and male in society To move beyond the “fundamental attribution error” which explains behavior by invoking the personal and ignoring social structure and cultural context

By yvon
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Chapter 2 – Perception and Learning

Chapter 2 – Perception and Learning

Chapter 2 – Perception and Learning. Part 1: Perception January 27, 2009. Perception. Combining, integrating, & interpreting info – 3 stages 1. Selection – influenced by internal & external factors. Internal – implications? External – implications?

By leanna
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The fundamental attribution error

The fundamental attribution error

The fundamental attribution error. What is it Tendency to overestimate influence of dispositional factors when judging others Why you get it Selective exposure (again) Perceptual salience Different processes underlying attributions dispositional  automatic Situational  controlled .

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International Marketing

International Marketing

International Marketing. Trade policy Culture Consumer buying power Product strategies. Obstacles to Trade: Protectionism. Differing interests of consumers and manufacturers Benefits of trade tend to be more diffused than benefits to specific groups of protectionism .

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Sociocultural Level of Analysis: Sociocultural Cognition

Sociocultural Level of Analysis: Sociocultural Cognition

Sociocultural Level of Analysis: Sociocultural Cognition. Part I. Principles of the Sociocultural Level of Analysis . 1. Human beings are social animals and we have a basic need to “belong.”

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