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Chapter Overview 16.1
Social Thought and Behavior
Groups Core Social Motives CONCEPT LEARNING CHECK 16.1 Describing

16.3

Attribution: The Person or the Situation?
Fundamental Attribution Error Actor-Observer Bias Defensive Attribution Self-Serving Bias

Social Roles

16.2

Person Perception
Social Categorization Physical Appearance Stereotypes Subjectivity Culture and Person Perception

CONCEPT LEARNING CHECK 16.3 Explaining

Attributional Biases

16.4

Attitudes and Social Judgments
Components of Attitudes Relieving Cognitive Dissonance Influencing Attitudes: Persuasion
The Foot-in-the-Door Technique Role Playing Affects Attitudes

CONCEPT LEARNING CHECK 16.2 Person

Perception and Musical Tastes

Culture and Attitudes CONCEPT LEARNING CHECK 16.4 Explaining

Persuasion

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Learning Objectives

Social Psychology

16.1 16.2 16.3 16.4 16.5 16.6 16.7

Define social psychology. Compare and contrast social cognition, social influence, and social norms. Describe the core social motives. Illustrate social categorization. Discuss how stereotypes and subjectivity impact personal perception. Explain the various types of attribution. Describe the components of attitudes. Illustrate the different ways to influence attitudes. Differentiate between conformity, obedience, and compliance. Describe the biological, psychological, and sociocultural aspects of prejudice, aggression, and attraction. Discuss the pros and cons of group influence on an individual.

16.5

Conformity and Obedience
Conformity The Power of the Situation: The Stanford Prison Experiment Obedience
Milgram’s Experiment

Media Impact: The Impact of TV, Movies, Music, and Videogames

Group Polarization

Groupthink
Individual Influence

Factors in Attraction
Competence Proximity Physical Attractiveness Similarity Reciprocity

CRITICAL THINKING APPLICATION…...

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