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Psych ch 25

social psychology

person schema judgements about people's traits
role schema based on jobs people hold and their social position
event schema behaviors associated with familiar activities
self schema information about yourself
problems with schemas hard to change, restrict what we see
person preception face experiment
3 parts of person perception 1) physical appearance. 2) need to explain. 3) influence on your behavior
prejudices belief about a group of people
discrimination actions towards a group
internal attributions based on characteristics "that person is ignoring me, he's a jerk"
external attributions based on circumstances
fundamental attribution error attribute behavior to characterists of a person
actor-observer affect you=situation, other=the way they are
conformity behavio by group preassure w/o direct request
obediance pub. behavior in resp. to a direct response
Created by: foxychicka911