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Describe it!. piaget. Nature vs. nurture. Ecological model. Id, Ego, super ego. b.f. skinner. watson. Erik erikson. What is Altruism/ Prosocial Behaviour? . Do a positive task without the expectation of a reward. Milgram. Emergent Norm Theory .
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Describe it! piaget Nature vs. nurture Ecological model Id, Ego, super ego b.f. skinner watson Erik erikson What is Altruism/Prosocial Behaviour? Do a positive task without the expectation of a reward Milgram Emergent Norm Theory
  • The standard behaviour that emerge from groups are: the lawless, suggestible, cautions, yielders, supportive, and resisters
  • Propaganda
  • Includes all efforts to persuade ppl to a point of view on an issue.
  • Examples-> media, education,
  • What is Social Cognition? The way our thoughts are affected by our environment and the way our thoughts affect our behaviour What is Social Perception The way we interpret other people’s motives and intentions by observing their behaviour What is an Exchange Relationship? by observing their behaviour Based on equality-equal reward and cost. by observing their behaviour What is a Communal Relationship? by observing their behaviour Based on meeting the other persons needs. by observing their behaviourIe. Parent-child relationship What is Lust? by observing their behaviour Acting impulsive or instinctively. Involves testosterone & by observing their behaviourestrogen What is Attraction? by observing their behaviour Addictive qualities of attraction-involves dopamine, norepinephrine and serotonin What is Attachment? norepinephrine and serotonin Bonding, long term relationships-oxytocin, vasopressin norepinephrine and serotonin Panic norepinephrine and serotonin
  • Action in a crowd, excited by the threat, uncontrolled and uncoordinated action.
  • What is Group Think? uncoordinated action.
  • Group members assume that their group has the correct answer uncoordinated action.
  • Involves->group can do no wrong, self-censorship, pressure to conform, unanimity (the illusion of consensus)
  • Fad uncoordinated action.
  • A trivial, short lived behaviour uncoordinated action.
  • Anonymity (Mob Mentality) uncoordinated action.
  • The idea that within a crowd uncoordinated action. ppl feel anonymous and free to behave unlawful
  • Conformity uncoordinated action.
  • Behaviour becomes influenced by others ideals uncoordinated action.
  • Obedience uncoordinated action.
  • Agree to act a certain way when ordered or instructed to do something
  • Includes social power/status of an authority figure
  • Convergence Theory something
  • Crowd behaviour arises from the gathering together of people who share the same needs, impulses, dislikes and purposes
  • Collective who share the same needs, impulses, dislikes and purposesBehaviour
  • starts who share the same needs, impulses, dislikes and purposesspontaneously
  • is relatively unorganized
  • fairly unpredictable
  • planless in its course of development
  • Stanford prison who share the same needs, impulses, dislikes and purposesexperiment prejudice who share the same needs, impulses, dislikes and purposes
  • Positive or negative attitude based on information or knowledge that is either illogical, unrelated to reality, a distorted fact
  • The feeling
  • stereotype knowledge that is either illogical, unrelated to reality, a distorted fact
  • The beliefs that make up prejudice, simple often generalized knowledge that is either illogical, unrelated to reality, a distorted fact
  • discrimination knowledge that is either illogical, unrelated to reality, a distorted fact
  • When stereotypes become actions or behaviour knowledge that is either illogical, unrelated to reality, a distorted fact
  • The DOING
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