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Juxtacognition : Using the power of context and critical thinking to foster intercultural development Eric Haas Scottsdale Community College
Obstacles: Confirmation Bias Dominant U.S. Culture Worldview Backfire Effect Cognitive Dissonance
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Dominant U.S. Culture
Individualism vs. Collectivism
Fundamental Attribution Error
Tolerance of Ambiguity
Worldview Backfire Effect (Cook & Lewandosky, 2011)
Belief Polarization (Lord, Ross, & Lepper, 1979)
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Group Identity Cultural Cognition (Kahan, et al., 2010) Self-Affirmation (Cohen, et al., 2007) Self-Affirmation Reduces Stress Response (Sherman, et al., 2009)
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Social Psychology. Person perception Attribution processes Interpersonal attraction Attitudes Conformity and obedience Behavior in groups.
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Attribution Theory. Attribution On your sheet, highlight the reasons you gave in two different colours – Reasons that were due to the personality of the.
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© 2007 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Diversity & the Effects of Culture © 2007 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Social Psychology Study of how thoughts, feelings and behaviors are influenced by others ( Allport, 1968 ). A. Social Cognitions a. Impression formation.
A PRACTICAL GUIDE to accelerating student achievement across cultures
1 Dealing With Threats to The Self Part 2. 2 Motivated reasoning The tendency to interpret information in a way that favors pre-existing beliefs and desires.
AN INTRODUCTION SOCIAL STUDIES: GRADE 8 Our Worldviews.
Social Cognition The way we attend to, store, remember, and use information about other people and the world around us First impressions.
Experiments with Happiness A SATHYA SAI SPIRITUAL EDUCATION PRESENTATION 2013.
+ Do you remember Chapter 2?! Two elements of self concept? Difference between the two? What is attribution theory? Difference between sex and gender?
Social Behavior. Table of Contents Person perception Attribution processes Interpersonal attraction Attitudes Conformity and obedience Behavior.
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