for each of the next six slides, write down what you think is the occupation of each individual
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For each of the next six slides, write down what you think is the occupation of each individual. Slide 2 Slide 3 Slide 4 Slide 5 Slide 6 Slide 7 Slide 8 Studying the way people relate to others. Attitude Attraction Aggression Group Behavior Slide 9 Physical Appearance Judgments frequently made based on appearance- more positive qualities to those better looking WHY? Beauty is more than just in the eye of the beholder; people do judge & treat others with whom they interact based on attractiveness (Langlois et al. 2000) 1977 Study- Impact of Beauty & Its Self-Fulfilling Nature Slide 10 5 Factors of Attraction Slide 11 Physically attractiveness predicts dating frequency (they date more). Matching Hypothesis 1990 Study of Average Faces http://www.faceresear ch.org/demos/average http://www.faceresear ch.org/demos/average Slide 12 Slide 13 Obesity is so revered among Mauritania's white Moor Arab population that the young girls are sometimes force-fed to obtain a weight the government has described as "life-threatening". Slide 14 Geographic nearness Mere exposure effect: Repeated exposure to something breeds liking. Slide 15 You are more likely to like someone who likes you. Why? Slide 16 Opposites do NOT attract. Birds of the same feather do flock together. Similarity breeds content. Slide 17 Tries to explain how people determine the cause of the behavior they observe. It is either a. Situational Attribution (external) Dispositional Attribution (Internal) Slide 18 Tries to explain how people determine the cause of the behavior they observe. It is either a. Situational Attribution Dispositional Attribution And Stable Attribution Unstable Attribution Slide 19 Fundamental Attribution Error Self-Serving Bias Individualistic V. Collectivistic Cultures Slide 20 Stereotype: Overgeneralized idea about a group of people; type of social schema Prejudice: Biased attitude; Ethnocentrism is an example of a prejudice. Discrimination: Biased action. Slide 21 1. Thought-saving device 2. Operant Conditioning 3. Observational Learning 4. Just World Phenomenon- world is just and people deserve what they get 5. In-Group versus Out- Groups; In-Group Bias A class divided Slide 22 Self-Fulfilling Prophecy A prediction that causes itself to be true. Slide 23 Contact Theory Contact between hostile groups will reduce animosity if they are made to work towards a superordinate goal.