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  1. 1. SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY FINAL PROJECT DATING EXPERIENCE
  2. 2. Stereotype First Impression Accommodation Intrinsic Motivation Self Fulfilling Prophecy Counterfactual Thinking Compassionate Love CONCEPTS APPLIED
  3. 3. CONCEPT #1 STEREOTYPE
  4. 4. STEREOTYPE ➔ General belief about a group of people ➔ Leads to social categorisation ➔ Differs from prejudice ➔ Can be positive, negative or neutral
  5. 5. STEREOTYPE Sarah generalized all the white guys as obnoxious people who only know how to party, drink and smoke due to her negative stereotype.
  6. 6. CONCEPT #2 FIRST IMPRESSION
  7. 7. FIRST IMPRESSION ➔ Initial mental image formed of someone ➔ First encounter ➔ Not deliberate but can be instantaneous ➔ Can be formed within 10 seconds
  8. 8. FIRST IMPRESSION Sarah’s first impression of Jackson is that he is a flirty player. She got pretty annoyed and thought of him as a “jerk” while Jackson was only trying to have a friendly chat with her.
  9. 9. CONCEPT #3 ACCOMMODATION
  10. 10. ACCOMMODATION ➔ Modification of existing schemas ➔ To accommodate new stimulus ➔ Happens when the existing schema does not work and needs to be changed ➔ If modification does not work, a new schema will be formed.
  11. 11. ACCOMMODATION Sarah who initially made stereotypical judgement towards the White guys had gone through a cognitive accommodation when she realized that some of them are actually kind and friendly. The beliefs that she used to have towards the Whites have changed.
  12. 12. CONCEPT #4 INTRINSIC MOTIVATION
  13. 13. INTRINSIC MOTIVATION ➔ For the sake of enjoyment ➔ Driven by internal rewards ➔ Leads us to be more fully engaged ➔ Can be increased by curiosity
  14. 14. INTRINSIC MOTIVATION Sarah decided to go on a date with Jackson because she was driven by the intrinsic motivation to be with someone that she likes whereby she felt happy having to meet up with her partner.
  15. 15. CONCEPT #5 SELF-FULFILLING PROPHECY
  16. 16. SELF-FULFILLING PROPHECY ➔ Belief that leads to their own fulfilment ➔ Affect our behavior ➔ Behave in a manner consistent with those beliefs ➔ Prediction or expectations come true THEIR PREDICTION COMES TRUE WHEN BOTH OF THEM KEEP ON THINKING THAT IT IS GOING TO BE A BAD DATE.
  17. 17. SELF-FULFILLING PROPHECY Sarah was preoccupied with the thoughts that she would screw up the date. She caused her own predictions to come true when she was behaving pretty awkward and making easy conversation difficult.
  18. 18. CONCEPT #6 COUNTERFACTUAL THINKING
  19. 19. COUNTERFACTUAL THINKING ➔ Thinking counter to the fact ➔ Attempts to imagine alternative outcomes of past events ➔ Engaged in the thought of “what might have been” ➔ Can impact our emotions WHAT IF PHELPS DID NOT SMOKE WEED, PROBABLY HE WILL NOT BE BANNED FOR COMPETITION.
  20. 20. COUNTERFACTUAL THINKING Sarah imagined how things would have turned out entirely different if she was able to stay calm and be natural.
  21. 21. CONCEPT #7 COMPASSIONATE LOVE
  22. 22. COMPASSIONATE LOVE ➔ Affection that a person has for someone whom their lives are deeply intertwined ➔ Calm and stable ➔ Marked by deep sense of trust ➔ Characterized by shared values and life experiences
  23. 23. COMPASSIONATE LOVE Sarah and Jackson have developed a calm and stable relationship in which their commitment and love for each other remain strong even after 20 years together.
  24. 24. THANK YOU

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