Presentation on theme: "Social Psych Questions. Attribution & Attraction 1)How does our view of self influence the way we see the world? 2)Define attribute. Define situational."— Presentation transcript:
Attribution & Attraction 1)How does our view of self influence the way we see the world? 2)Define attribute. Define situational and dispositional sources for our behavior and give an example of each. 3)Define fundamental attribution error-give an original example not from text. Define self-serving bias- give an original example not from text. 4)List and briefly describe the 5 factors of attraction and why we choose our friends. Which is most important to you personally? 5)How do these 5 factors help support or refute the saying “opposites attract?”
Social Facilitations & Inhibitions in Groups 1)First, when you are assigned to a “group project”, does that excite you or get on your nerves? 2)Briefly describe Triplett’s cyclist study. What was the purpose and outcome? 3)What is meant by ‘co-action’? What is meant by a ‘passive spectator/audience’? 4)What is meant by the ‘dominant response’? 5)In your opinion and experiences, what sorts of behaviors might be improved with an audience? What behaviors might be impaired? 6)What is the relationship in this article between humans and cockroaches? 7)Briefly describe the experiment of Henchy and Glass. What was the purpose and outcome?
Types of Love 1)What 3 elements compose love? Briefly describe each. 2)What is the difference between compassionate and passionate love? 3)List and briefly describe Lee’s primary and secondary types of love. 4)Briefly describe the 3 components of Sternberg’s types of love. How does it differ than Lee’s?
Gordan Allport’s “The Nature of Prejudice 1)What are the 3 components of prejudice and briefly describe? 2)What are the 3 types of oppression? Briefly describe each and their possible consequences (infer from definitions) 3)What is meant by Antilocution? Give an original example. What is meant by Avoidance? Give an original example. 4)Describe briefly the steps in Allport’s scale of Prejudice and Discrimination.