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Social Psychology

Social Psychology

Social Psychology. Chapter 1- Introduction to Social Psychology. A Brief History. Early Social Psychological Experiments Triplett (1897): Bicyclists and “nervous energy” Winding fishing reels- alone vs. side by side “Social Facilitation” Ringelmann (1880’s):

By daniel_millan
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Values

Values

Values. Name and define five values you believe are especially important for students in the 21st century. Support your proposal with research, theory, and statements the requirements of being successful in an information age economy. How would recommend educators go about teaching those values?.

By Albert_Lan
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The Authoritarian Personality

The Authoritarian Personality

The Authoritarian Personality. Tuesday, October 1st, 2002. Joyce S. Pang. The Authoritarian Personality (Adorno, Frenkel-Brunswik, Levinson, and Sanford, 1950), written in the aftermath of World War II, was initially an effort to understand the events of the war-

By paul
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Personality

Personality

Personality. Personality. Characteristic patterns of emotional responses, thoughts, and behaviors that are relatively stable over time and across situations . Thinking Feeling Behaving.  Need to consider enduring aspects of behavior…

By dugan
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Types vs. Traits

Types vs. Traits

Types vs. Traits. General Psych 2 Module 40 February 12, 2004 Class #6. Types. Carl Jung (1933) Are you introverted or extroverted??? We are a “type”…either one or the other, distinct and discontinuous Like male and female…can only be one

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Gordon Allport

Gordon Allport

Gordon Allport. 1897 - 1967. Gordon Allport - bio. Born in Indiana, grew up in Cleveland Attended Harvard – majored in Economics and Philosophy Taught English and Sociology in Constantinople, Turkey Meeting with Freud was a turning point

By udell
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JEROME BRUNER

JEROME BRUNER

JEROME BRUNER. Group 5. Anayensy Cárcamo. Pamela Ávila. Rocío Flores. Jerome Seymour Bruner was born on October 1, 1915 in New York. Bruner is currently a senior researcher fellow at the New York University School of Law.

By lilike
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Introduction to Psychology

Introduction to Psychology

Introduction to Psychology. Class 17: Personality 1 Myers: 429 to 456 July 17, 2006. Approaches. Social Psychology  WHAT IS THE EFFECT OF THE SITUATION ON YOUR BEHAVIOR? Personality  WHAT IS THE EFFECT OF YOUR PERSONALITY ON YOUR BEHAVIOR?

By tamera
(214 views)

Brain and behavior

Brain and behavior

Brain and behavior. Mind-body problem will not be solved through science; it is a matter for philosophy Modern physiological psychologists focus on examining the functioning of the brain and nervous systems and how these functions correspond to experience and behavior.

By johnda
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Theories of Personality Chapter 14

Theories of Personality Chapter 14

Theories of Personality Chapter 14. Personality. The totality of behavioral characteristics that set people apart from others. (feelings, motives, behaviors) Various theories we will discuss: Trait, Psychoanalytic, Learning, Humanistic, Sociocultural. The Trait Approach.

By cameo
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Is Psychological Science a STEM Discipline?

Is Psychological Science a STEM Discipline?

Is Psychological Science a STEM Discipline?. Field Attributes and Researcher Characteristics. Introduction. The recognized importance of the STEM disciplines (NSF/NRC): S cience T echnology E ngineering M athematics. Introduction. Where does psychology fit in?

By reece
(270 views)

IAS1162 – Human Personality & Team Building

IAS1162 – Human Personality & Team Building

IAS1162 – Human Personality & Team Building. Trait Approach. Scenario. You’ve just been assigned a new roommate whom you don’t know Both of you introduce one another What are the questions you might ask? How do you describe your personality? Do you:

By morty
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Personality

Personality

Personality. . . . kind of. Perspectives. Psychoanalytic Humanistic Trait Social-Cognitive. Trait Theory. Gordon Allport response to psychoanalytic theory Developed using factor analysis Hans Eysenck Introversion-extraversion Emotional stability-instability.

By hammer
(152 views)

Personality

Personality

Personality . Personality – patters of feelings, motives, and behavior that set people apart from each other. Trait – an aspect of Personality that is considered stable. Evaluation: never linked to biological traits (yet).

By lalo
(131 views)

Important Vocab.

Important Vocab.

Important Vocab. Traits: Aspect of personality that are relatively consistent Personality: An individual's characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling, and acting

By erna
(65 views)

THE HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY

THE HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY

Why do we care how people act, think and learn? Can we predict how people act, think and learn? Major theories and thinkers http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBbUjqm-Tq0&feature=related&safety_mode=true&persist_safety_mode=1. THE HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY. WHY STUDY PSYCHOLOGY.

By ivi
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Personality  Theories: Trait/Dispositional Perspectives

Personality Theories: Trait/Dispositional Perspectives

Personality Theories: Trait/Dispositional Perspectives. Definition. A trait is any readily-identifiable, stable quality that characterizes an individual from other individuals Traits serve three major functions: To summarize, predict, and explain a person’s conduct. Basic Assumptions.

By walterweaver
(16 views)


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