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    • 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Webster Psych Dept. We all do it the same This always happens… My fault… kind of
    • A given social position that is governed by a set of norms for proper behavior
    • role
    • Rules that regulate social life, including explicit laws and cultural conventions.
    • Norms
    • A summary impression of a group, in which a person believes that all members of the group share a common trait or traits
    • Stereotype
    • The process by which members of minority groups come to identify with and feel part of the mainstream culture.
    • Acculturation
    • What IAT stands for…
    • Implicit Association Test
    • I “shocked” my subjects.
    • Stanley Milgram
    • I watched people beat up a Bobo doll.
    • Albert Bandura
    • I put smart kids in prison.
    • Philip Zimbardo
    • I watched people get EASY questions WRONG, all because of conformity.
    • Solomon Asch
    • My study took place at Robbers Cave.
    • Muzafer Sherif
    • I’m not going to say how I truly feel since that may upset the others. I’ll just nod and go along with it.
    • Groupthink
    • Disguised in the body paint of the colors of my favorite team, I felt invulnerable shouting obscenities about the players’ family members. This demonstrates…
    • Deindividuation
    • He yawns. I yawn. She tilts her head. I tilt mine. This is the ___________ effect.
    • Chameleon
    • Going along with a right answer of a person or group—as in the Asch study—is an example of a ________________ social influence.
    • Informational
    • Standing backwards in an elevator because those around you do is a ________________ social influence.
    • Normative
    • I was picking up acorns in the front yard. Bored. Then I noticed my dad watching out of the front window. It was still boring—I mean—really boring. But I found myself picking the acorns up faster. This is an example of…
    • Social facilitation
    • So we were in these groups, right? Anywho, Gus McNerd is in my group, and that dude knows everything—everything. So I just kind of sat there and watched. Didn’t do much. This is an example of…
    • Social loafing
    • A woman’s car was broken down at the side of the road. Dozens of cars passed by. I did too. I’m sure someone else stopped. This illustrates the concept of…
    • Bystander effect Footnote: She’s still waiting by her car at the side of the road.
    • I thought discussion would bring us together, but when we left the meeting, those wanting to keep the school mascot as the Tiger were adamant in their stance. And those wanting to change the mascot to the Prancing Princesses bonded together even more. This is…
    • Group polarization
    • I played hockey and spent the better portion of a small country’s GDP on equipment. So even though I didn’t really like the sport…I felt that I had to play. This is…
    • entrapment
    • “ He stole the bag of Funions ® because he was starving.” Is this situational or dispositional attribution?
    • Situational attribution
    • According to the fundamental attribution error, we tend to blame the negative actions of others on… the situation or the person’s disposition?
    • Disposition
    • The self-serving bias shows that we tend to attribute our good actions to… The situation or our disposition?
    • Our disposition
    • The tendency to believe that bad things will eventually happen to those who do bad things—rob banks, steal babies’ pacifiers, don’t put the seat down on the toilet—illustrates the _______________ hypothesis/phenomenon.
    • Just world
    • An observer of a post-game celebration which resulted in looting, crazy shenanigans, and other acts of tomfoolery would be more likely to explain the behavior of the participants as… Situational or dispositional?
    • Dispositional