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Chapter 14 test

Studies social variables and cognitions Social psychology
acceptable for members' attitudes & behaviors social norms
adopt the behaviors, attitudes, and opinions conformity
ondition of conflict or anxiety cognitive dissonance
emphasize internal causes and ignore external reassures. fundamental attribution error
negative attitude toward an individual prejudice
negative action taken against individual discrimination
increase in an individual's performance social facilitation
credit for success;denies failure self serving bias
decrease in performance from grouping social loafing
lose sense of personal identity, responsibility deindividuation
similar but not identical views group polarization
excessive tendency to seek concurrence group think
set of beliefs and feelings. attitude
dilution or weakening group member's obligation diffusion of responsibility
disorder characterized by overwhelming anxiety social phobia
set expectations held by society gender roles
generalized belief about particular group stereotype
practice concern for welfare others altruism
facial expressions have effect emotional experience. facial feedback hypothesis
simple fact prediction was made self fulfilling prophecy
failure reach certain desired goal frustration aggression hypothesis
attributing feelings, beliefs, intentions them. attribution
change opinions, judgments, or actions obedience
Hostile, destructive behavior or actions. aggression
Created by: elegaspi203
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