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Title: Social Psychology Jeopardy


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Social Psychology Jeopardy
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Groups Attribution Attraction Power Review
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400 400 400 400 400
500 500 500 500 500
Final Jeopardy
3
Groups for 100
The effect of another persons presence on ones
performance.  People usually perform simple or
well-learned tasks better in front of others and
difficult or unfamiliar tasks worse in front of
others.
What is social facilitation?
Jeopardy Page
4
Groups for 200
The tendency for members of a cohesive group to
reach decisions without weighing all the facts,
especially those contradicting the majority
opinion.
What is groupthink?
Jeopardy Page
5
Groups for 300
The tendency for people to work less on a task
the greater the number of people are working on
that task.
What is social loafing?
Jeopardy Page
6
Groups for 400
The tendency for members of a cohesive group to
make more extreme decisions due to the lack of
opposing views.
What is group polarization?
Jeopardy Page
7
Groups for 500
 A phenomenon where individuals do not offer help
in an emergency situation when other people are
present.
What is the bystander effect?
Jeopardy Page
8
Attribution for 100
The tendency to overestimate internal factors and
underestimate external factors when explaining
the behaviors of others.
What is the fundamental attribution error?
Jeopardy Page
9
Attribution for 200
This occurs when people attribute their successes
to internal or personal factors but attribute
their failures to situational factors beyond
their control. 
What is the self-serving bias?
Jeopardy Page
10
Attribution for 300
This theory states that a person tends to explain
his own behavior and the behavior of others by
assigning attributes to these behaviors. 
What is the attribution theory?
Jeopardy Page
11
Attribution for 400
In this type of attribution, people infer that an
event or a persons behavior is due to personal
factors such as traits, abilities, or feelings.
What is internal attribution (or dispositional
attribution)?
Jeopardy Page
12
Attribution for 500
Inferring that an event or behavior is due to
temporary factors.
What is unstable attribution?
Jeopardy Page
13
Attraction for 100
This is the most important (and most obvious)
factor in establishing attraction. We like those
who are close to us.
What is proximity (or closeness)?
Jeopardy Page
14
Attraction for 200
This reason for attraction states that people
tend to like others who like them back.
What is reciprocity?
Jeopardy Page
15
Attraction for 300
This reason for attraction maintains that people
tend to relate their opinions about other people
with their current state. For example, if a man
meets another person while in a bad mood, he may
have negative feelings toward the new person
because of his bad mood.
What is association?
Jeopardy Page
16
Attraction for 400
This theory states that people tend to like novel
stimuli more if they encounter them repeatedly.
What is the mere exposure effect?
Jeopardy Page
17
Attraction for 500
This theory states that people tend to pick
partners who are about equal in level of
attractiveness to themselves.
What is the matching hypothesis?
Jeopardy Page
18
Power for 100
The power to punish.
What is coercive power?
Jeopardy Page
19
Power for 200
This type of power results from experience and
education.
What is expert power?
Jeopardy Page
20
Power for 300
This type of power is granted by an authority
figure.
What is legitimate power?
Jeopardy Page
21
Power for 400
This type of power comes from admiration or
respect.
What is referent power?
Jeopardy Page
22
Power for 500
This type of power comes from the ability to
offer awards for behavior.
What is reward power?
Jeopardy Page
23
Review for 100
In this type of study, both the experimenter and
the participant do not know if the participant is
receiving the actual treatment or the placebo
treatment.
What is a double blind study?
Jeopardy Page
24
Review for 200
This parenting style focuses on setting
reasonable rules and expectations while
encouraging communication and independence.
What is authoritative parenting?
Jeopardy Page
25
Review for 300
This is a condition that occurs after a period of
negative consequences where a person begins to
believe he or she has no control. 
What is learned helplessness?
Jeopardy Page
26
Review for 400
This is another name for the sense of taste.
What is gustation?
Jeopardy Page
27
Review for 500
This portion of the brain contains the visual
cortex and plays a major role in the
interpretation of visual information.
What is the occipital lobe?
Jeopardy Page
28
Final Jeopardy
  • She was stabbed to death while being watched by
    38 people. Her story is a vivid example of the
    bystander effect.

Who is Kitty Genovese?
Jeopardy Page
29
Sources
  • Most information taken from http//allpsych.com/ps
    ychology101/
  • Information on the bystander effect, the
    self-serving bias, and Kitty Genovese taken from
    http//en.wikipedia.org/
  • Information on internal and unstable attribution,
    the matching hypothesis, and the mere exposure
    effect taken from http//www.sparknotes.com/psycho
    logy/psych101/socialpsychology/
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