Lecture Notes for PSYC 2606 - Social Psychology at Colorado (CU)

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Material Type:Study Guide
Class:PSYC 2606 - Social Psychology
University:University of Colorado - Boulder
  • Attachment Styles
  • Communal Relationships
  • Display Rules
  • Propinquity Effect
  • Controlled Processes
  • Actor/observer Difference
  • Representativeness Heuristic
  • Thought Suppression
  • Social Psych
  • Propinquity
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Social Psychology Midterm #2 Study Guide Fall 2001 Exam 2 is on Tues, 10/16. It will have the same format as exam 1. As with exam 1, this exam will cover material from both the book and lecture and will contain both factual and application questions. The study guide covers all the material you are responsible for. Also note that the first application paper is due on 10/18. There are no make-up papers allowed, so be sure you have your paper turned in by 9:30 that day and that you follow all formatting guidelines in the assignment. Chapter 3: Social Cognition I. What is a schema and what are 4 types that we are particularly concerned with in social psych? II. What 3 effects can schemas have? For each one, be able to recognize relevant experiments from class and the book that demonstrate the effect A. Why do we think schemas have the effects they do on memory? B. What are discounting and bolstering, and how do they contribute to schema-consistent memory advantages? C. What are memo...

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