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Title: Jeopardy


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Jeopardy
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Soc psy
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Final Jeopardy
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This is a German word that means whole
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Gestalt
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200
This phenomenon describes the apparent motion of
lights as they blink
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200 Phi phenomenon
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300
Its difficult to see a camouflaged animal
because we cannot easily distinguish between
these two things.
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300
Figure and ground
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400
We tend to perceive those who dress the same as
being together. Which Gestalt principle?
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Grouping
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This concept allows us to judge distance Because
closer stuff is coarser or more detailed.
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500texture gradient
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100
This theory of emotion says we experience
emotion after a Physiological response.
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100James Lange theory
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This theory says we have a cognitive component
of emotion.
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200
Schacter Two Factor
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300
This part of our brain produces a fear response.
17
300 amygdala
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This theory says we experience the feeling of
emotion at the same time we have a physiological
response.
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400Canon Bard
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500
This is the fancy word for venting your emotions
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500 catharsis
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This is how developmental psychologists study
people. (2 methods)
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Cross-sectional studies and longitudinal studies
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200
According to Erikson, when a middle aged man
feels he isnt generating Something like his
career, he is ____________.
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200 stagnation
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300
According to Piaget, a child has this when they
think the amount of water changes when the shape
of the container changes.
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300 conservation of mass
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400
This is Erik Eriksons psychosocial stage for
teenagers.
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400
Identity vs. Role confusion
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500
Konrad Lorenz got baby geese to
attach Themselves to him. What is the fancy
word for this?
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500 Imprinting
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100
This is NOT our group. We view members of this
group in terms of negative stereotypes.
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Out group
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We commit this error when we overestimate the
influence of Dispositional (internal) attributes
and underestimate the situation
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Fundamental attribution error
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300
This term describes how we become the role that
we are given. (ex seniors getting senioritis)
37
300 Self fulfilling prophesy
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400
This term describes how people may not help you
if there is a crowd but might help if there is
nobody around.
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400Bystander effect
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These are the categories we place people in
(nerds, emos, jocks, cool Asians, sexually active
band geeks) Not stereotypes!
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Social Schemas
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Her Blue eyes, Brown eyes experiment demonstrated
how racism affects people
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Jane Elliot
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Stanley Milgrams experiment studied peoples
willingness to obey _________.
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Authority
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300
Phillip Zimbardo studied how situational factors
affect our behaviors in this experiment.
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Stanford Prison Experiment
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He studied the role of contact comfort using
monkeys.
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Harry Harlow
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The Little Albert experiment was designed by this
behaviorist.
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John Watson
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Final Jeopardy
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Final Jeopardy Answer
Who is Tolstoy? (The book is Kingdom of God)
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