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Social Psychology Definition Paper
October 28, 2013
Social Psychology Definition Paper
Social Psychology is the branch of psychology that would deal within the social interactions. This has to deal with where it came from (the origin) and how it affected or the effects on an individual. Many different social topics are covered in social psychology like group behavior, social perception, non-verbal behavior, leadership, aggression, conformity and prejudice. It is used to explain and understand how a thought, feeling or behavior of a person is influenced by actual other human beings. Research has been done to determine what is the best way to find out how others influence
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Social orientation is the recognition of human psychology and behavior. The emphasis on human thought, emotion, and behavior was to represent the thought, emotion, and behavior of members of a social group. Thomas Hobbes declared that the social groups are nothing more than a collection of individuals and that of social thought, emotion, and behavior, governed by the pursuit of pleasure and avoidance of pain (Greenwood, 2009).
Cognitive psychology represents the distinction amongst the human mind and a computer that suggest that humans have the ability to process information from around the world just as computer. Cognitive psychology is not old but the newest part of
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factors included with possible romantic interests are related to the factors in attraction because we like people who are similar to us.
While Sarah and her friend were at the party they witnessed an interaction between two guys consisting of yelling that quickly turned into a physical fight. Interactions with these characteristics are known as aggressive social interactions and hostile interactions. Aggressive and hostile interactions can affect the entire emotional environment surrounding it. When fights happen they typically ruin the mood and enjoyment everybody else was feeling; which is probably why many of the people attending the party decided to leave after the fight.
• Carter, K. & Seifert, C. (2013). Learn Psychology. Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning
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Social psychology is the division of psychology that studies the social structure that surrounds an individual and his interactions as a social being. At times social psychology is confused with other disciplines closely related. Sometimes overlapping does occur into other disciplines but social psychology keeps focus on social environment and how it affects one another. Social psychology is reinforced with scientific methods and research that helps to differ from other divisions of psychology and keeps its own focus on structure, terminology, methods, and goals.
Social psychology is about understanding individual behavior in a social environment and how it affects one
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Psych 555 Social Psychology
Feburary 24, 2014
University of Phoenix
Social psychology is about understanding individuals through scientific studies to see how they think, what influences their emotions and behaviors, as well as how they ultimately relate to one another. The key characteristics are defined in four ways; broad scope, cultural mandate, scientific methods, and search for wisdom. This paper expresses the concept of situationism, as well as the five core social motives in social psychology beginning with defining what social psychology is.
Definition of social psychology
According to its definition
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An Analysis of Social Psychology
People have been curious since the dawn of time and this curiosity has driven us to learn from and to understand the world around us. In order to fully understand our world, it was necessary for people to develop a method of study to explain what they experienced through the application of evaluation and analysis. Social psychology is the study of how people’s thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are influenced by other people (Kenrick, Neuberg & Cialdini, 2010). Social psychology is a division of psychology that analyzes the individual and their mental processes and how this can be applied to that persons interactions with society and also how
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Although Community Psychology and Public Health have many topics, theories, methods and values in common, they also differ greatly in certain aspects. In this assignment I will attempt to compare and contrast their approaches to social problems.
Community Psychology focuses on mental health issues while Public Health focuses on diseases and physical health. They both focus on prevention.
Instead of just addressing the problems, Community Psychology focuses on prevention of mental illnesses and behavioural issues both individually and as a community. It seeks to reduce the incidence of mental disorders of all types in the community, the duration of the disorders that do occur and the
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Critically discuss some of the main features of mainstream social psychology and critical approaches to social psychology.
The most widely recognised definition of social psychology is an effort â€œto understand and explain how the thought, feeling, and behaviour of individuals are influenced by the actual, imagined, or implied presence of othersâ€ (Allport).
One of the first modern social psychology was an experiment conducted by Norman Triplett on social facilitation. This experiment was based on â€˜social developments of the invention of the bicycle was increasing popularity of competitive sport' (pg 151).What Triplett noticed was that the observers of sport made assumptions that
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â€£ â€œMisogynyâ€- is the hatred of women.
â€£ In most dictionaries, there is NO corresponding word for
the hatred of men.
WHAT ARE THE SOCIAL SOURCES OF
â–¸ Social Inequalities
principle: â€œUnequal status breeds prejudice.â€
2 Culturally Universal Dimensions of Social
Perception: 1) Likability (warmth), 2) Competence
Social Dominance Orientation- a motivation to have
oneâ€™s group dominate other social groups.
the influence of family socialization appears in childrenâ€™s prejudices,
which often mirror those perceived in their mothers. Even childrenâ€™s
impicit racial attitudes reflect theor parentsâ€™ explicit prejudice.
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than sold. The last person was put into underconfident category for the same reason.
In the decision 3, 6 out of 12 were overconfident, one of them was underconfident because he traded less than 10 contracts. Another one was underconfident, as while he was sticking to one asset, he was buying more. 4 people didnt do anything because they either were pessimistic about the future or just were risk averse. 2 remaining people are put in the underconfident category because they were buying more than selling in a down market.
Conclusions and discussions
Aspects of investor psychology reading- relevant summary
Optimism- powerful bias with assymetric effects(most people have
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the basic processes of sensation, perception, learning, cognition, motivation, and abnormal behaviours. |
|Think critically about the interactive variables that determine their own and others’ behaviours, emotions and thoughts. |
|Be aware of how the study of Psychology impinges on daily life. |
|Be able to apply some principles to their health, academic skills, social interactions and inner life
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Chapter 1 – Psychology and Life
* Psychology research has immediate and crucial applications to important issues of every day experience, including your physical and mental health, your ability to form and sustain close relationships, and your capacity for learning and personal growth
* PSYCHOLOGY: The scientific study of the behaviour of individuals and their mental processes
* SCIENTIFIC METHOD: The set of procedures used for gathering and interpreting objective information in a way that minimizes error and yields dependable generalizations
* BEHAVIOUR: The actions by which an organism adjusts to its environments
* The subject matter of psychology
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PYC4811 COMMUNITY AND HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
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Student number: 46338462
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Index 1. Introduction 2. Historical background 3. Aims and approaches 4. Theories 5. Critiques 6. Conclusion 7. References 3 3 4 5 5 6 6
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Introduction According to Orford (1998:36) Community Psychology(CP) is about understanding people within their social worlds and using this understanding to improve people's well-being. Public Health (PH) is defined by The American Heritage Medical Dictionary (cited in Thefreedictionary, 2000) as “the science and
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Psycodynamic are the ones that caught my attention.
Cognitive is the study of mental processes such as attention, language use, memory perception, problem solving, and thinking because of some of the work derived from cognitive psychology it has been used for various other modern disciplines of psychological study with social, personality abnormal developmental and educational psychology. Some examples of cognitive theory are recognizing consequences of behavior. Cognitive theory is learning things early in life, for example if as a child you are introduced to a dog, you will see this dog and see a furry, four legged thing, that eats from a bowl and barks. You are then told that it is a dog, so
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. However, both articles listed the limitations associated with these types of studies and both indicated that more research needs to be conducted in this area. Despite the limitations, the shift is psychology in which resilience is being study aids in understanding the individual in a more holistic manner and thus making it a very important aspect of psychology.
Cleverley, K., & Kidd, S. A. (2011). Resilience and suicidality among homeless youth. Journal Of Adolescence, 34(5), 1049-1054. doi:10.1016/j.adolescence.2010.11.003
Reyes, J. A., & Elias, M. J. (2011). Fostering social–emotional resilience among Latino youth. Psychology In The Schools, 48(7), 723-737. doi:10.1002/pits.20580
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Stage 1: Infants learn to trust or mistrust their caregivers and the world based on whether their needs such as food, affection and safety are met. Ben Carson likely developed trust for this mother and father, although his mother was more nurturing then his father who left the family when he was 8 years old. Even though at times his mother had to work 3 jobs, she seen to it that he and his brother had enough food and safety.
Stage 2: If encouraged, toddlers learn to be independent. However, if they are not encouraged, they harbor shame and doubt. With limited information available on Carson’s childhood, we can speculate that Carson’s mother was very
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1. Kathy does not want to become a psychologist because she has no interest in analyzing emotionally disturbed people. Use your knowledge of psychology's perspectives and subfields to expand Kathy's limited understanding of career opportunities for psychologists.
Kathy seems to have little understanding of the wide range of disciplines and subfields psychology has to offer, most likely because a lot of the textbooks focus on psychological science. Kathy seems to believe a psychology is limited to clinical and counseling psychologists. There are many fields Kathy can choose including basic and applied research psychologists. Research psychologists include Biological psychologists who
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Social Psychology Notes:
Prejudice is an unjustified or incorrect attitude (usually negative) towards an individual based solely on the individual’s membership of a social group.
For example, a person may hold prejudiced views towards a certain race or gender etc. (e.g. sexist).
A prejudiced Vs. Discrimination: A prejudiced person may not act on their attitude. Therefore, someone can be prejudiced towards a certain group but not discriminate against them. Also, prejudice includes all three components of an attitude (affective, behavioral and cognitive), whereas discrimination just involves behavior.
Discrimination is the behavior or actions, usually
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Frustration results from the blocking or thwarting of goal-directed behavior resulting in an unpleasant state of tension, anxiety and heightened sympathetic activity. Therefore, any thwarting, interference or slowing down of goal-directed activity may result in frustration. It is something (or someone) unpleasant has interfered/blocked the ‘smooth sailing’ in achieving our goal in the past. It blocks or hinders us from reaching our goals. Frustrations situations may be social, non-social, personal or internal.
Sources of Frustrations
* Environment: The workplace environment and natural environment both may frustrate the employees. For example, there may be break down in machinery, no
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COLOR PURPLE: LIFE OF CELIE
Northshore Community College
April 14, 2014
The Color Purple is a novel that was written in 1982 by Alice Walker. It was later adapted into a film and musical of the same name. Taking place mostly in rural Georgia, the story
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* Personality psychology is a branch of psychology that studies personality and its variation between individuals.
* "Personality" is a dynamic and organized set of characteristics possessed by a person that uniquely influences their cognitions, emotions, motivations, and behaviors in various situations. It also refers to the pattern of thoughts, feelings, social adjustments, and behaviors consistently exhibited over time that strongly influences one's expectations, self-perceptions, values, and attitudes. It also predicts human reactions to other people, problems, and stress.
* Gordon Allport
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The study of psychology is complex, unique, diverse, and ever-changing. Psychology is defined as “the scientific investigation of mental processes and behavior” (Kowalski & Weston, 2009, p. 4). One of the many disciplines in the dynamic field of psychology is environmental psychology. As with all disciplines of psychology, environmental psychology has a variety of theoretical perspectives. Two such perspectives are evolutionary and behavioral. The following is an introduction to environmental psychology, a description of evolutionary and behavioral perspectives and their application in environmental psychology, as well as an examination of the importance of
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media is evident in the change that has occurred over the last few decades, changes seen in the cultural structure all over the world. People have become a part of smaller, segmented groups of interest. Like interest promoted by media, use has a cause and effect on the consumer. There is no need to leave home for entertainment because people have access to shows, movies and music at home. They socialize through their communication devices and on the Internet through Facebook and Twitter and other social pages on the internet. The changes in the economic structure influenced by the use of the media sources on has an impact on consumerism. As stated in Media Psychology: Why You Should Care
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attitude” and in so doing, has led it in a more liberatory direction.
The goal of this paper is to focus on some theoretical work of humanistic Psychology. Like I said on my proposal, Humanistic psychology was not as familiar to me as the other school of thoughts listed. I wanted to take on the challenge of finding out about it and learning as much as I can on it as possible. My goal is to accumulate social and historical theories about this school. I also want inform my reader about the applications of this theory.
What is Humanistic psychology? Well, Humanistic Psychology emphasizes on human strengths and positive aspiration. It supports the belief in the basic goodness present in and
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technology for the better result of changes in human behavior. The cognitive psychology addresses and provides perspective on the human psyche complete with its internal drives and processes. With its reputable scientific methods, cognitive psychology has found ways to make the traditionally unobservable observable. The new advance of neuroscience is to advance the technology in modern history.
Cacioppo, J. (2002). Social neuroscience: Understanding the pieces fosters understanding the
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What is Environmental Psychology?
October 3, 2011
Dr. Simone Senhouse
What is Environmental Psychology?
Environmental psychologist focus on how the environment affects one psychologically as far as behavior and social reactions. “Environment” was defined as the physical (rather than social) context, including both natural and built components.” (Clayton & Myers, 2009, p.6) Some people become anxious and nervous during storms and some relax during storms. Whenever the seasons change some become ill with allergies and sinuses as other feel better in different seasons. One may experience fear when thinking of a major drought in different parts of the world
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-traumatic stress disorder, and Alzheimer's disease. The third model is Sociocultural. Sociocultural is the culture and social effects and how a person perceives it. The media displays many positive and negative situations, these situations can trigger a person and how he or she sees him or herself and how he or she deal with social stressor.
* In conclusion, abnormal psychology encloses two paradigms of mental disorders psychological and biological. The acronym HIDES that stands for Help seeking, Irritability/ Dangerous , Deviance, Emotional distress and significant impairment is very help when dealing or examine an individual with abnormal behavior. It is interesting to
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Environmental psychology is the study of the environment’s affect on humans as well as the effect humans have on the environment (Clayton & Myers, 2009). The theories of evolutionary psychology and biophilia seek to explain the extremely complex relationship between humans and their natural environment. Environmental research within this discipline has obtained empirical evidence, which proves helpful in establishing guidelines by which humans can begin to fully understand their role in protecting and sustaining nature as nature, in turn, sustains survival for humans.
According to Clayton and Myers (2009), environmental psychology is “a specialty within
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Consumer psychology is a very broad subject and it is important to remember that most of a consumer decision to buy is emotional in aspect. Companies will hire experts or specialist to evaluate and study the consumer and their perceived value of their selections and purchased and this study will included everything from the packaging to the behavior of parents as consumers. In a 2005 study at Clemson University, Bryan Denham posted conclusions on Sage Journals Online about youth, society, and role of social status on sports participation among high school students and college athletes. The affects of personal social behavior and influences from environmental factors
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. WhileÂ counselingÂ andÂ psychotherapyÂ are common activities for psychologists, these applied fields are just one branch in the larger domain of psychology.Â Research and teaching comprise a major role among psychologists.
PsychologyÂ is theÂ scienceÂ ofÂ mindÂ andÂ behavior.Â Its immediate goal is to understand humanity by both discovering general principles and exploring specific cases. For many practitioners, one goal of applied psychology is to benefit society.Â In this field, a professional practitioner or researcher is called apsychologist, and can be classified as aÂ social scientist,Â behavioral scientist, orÂ cognitive scientist. Psychologists attempt to
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Mayo that emphasizes the importance of social factors in influencing work performance.
Industrial/Organizational Psychology Today and in the Future
First trend: The changing nature of work
Organizational downsizing refers to the strategy of reducing an organization’s workforce to improve organizational efficiency and/or competitiveness.
Second trend: Expanding focus on human resources
Competition for highly-skilled workers
Growing number of low-skilled workers in the service industry
Balance between work-life and home-life
Third trend: Increasing diversity in the workforce
Workforce is becoming more diverse
Women make up two thirds of all
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Analyse the contribution of humanistic psychology to the field of education
Education has a critical role to play in nurturing children’s development across a range of intelligences and skills, and in laying the foundations for successful participation in adult life. The objective of the education system in Ireland is to provide a broadly based inclusive, high quality education that will enable individuals to develop to their full potential and to live fulfilled lives, as well as contributing to Ireland’s social and economic development. Humanistic perspective believes the purpose of education is to create better human beings. To create better communities, societies, use their
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of a multi-disciplinary staff ranging from clinical social workers, psychiatrists and psychologists. They offer a variety of services to include group therapy for stress, emotional eating, parenting and socials skills as well as other psychological services but not limited to learning disabilities, couple counseling, family therapy and psychological testing.
On Thursday, February 21, 2010, this assignment led me to the office of Dr. Jennifer Richards, Psy.D who is the newest staff member at the INSIGHT Psychological Services. She recently moved here in January of this year and hopes to make Antigua her adopted home. An alumnus of The George Washington University she received her doctorate
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Assignment 1: Exploration of a Professional Journal Article in Psychology
Title: The Role and Influence of the Father on his Child
Cynthia D. Canady
Strayer University: South Raleigh Campus
Psychology: Human Adjustment
August 21, 2012
The Role and Influence of the Father on His Child
This research article reviews the effects of the father’s influence on his child. It involves interpretative phenomenological analysis of eight participants and the recurrence of information provided in case notes of three men and five women.
This research is based on philosophical discipline originated by Edmund Husserl (1913). Husserl developed the phenomenological method to make possible a
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remain "stuck" in this stage. For example, a person who is fixated at the oral stage may be over-dependent on others and may seek oral stimulation through smoking, drinking, or eating.
Erikson's Theory of Psychosocial Development:
Erik Erikson's theory of psychosocial development is one of the best-known theories of personality in psychology. Much like Sigmund Freud, Erikson believed that personality develops in a series of stages. Unlike Freud's theory of psychosexual stages, Erikson's theory describes the impact of social experience across the whole lifespan.One of the main elements of Erikson's psychosocial stage theory
is the development of ego identity. Ego identity is the
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In the field of Industrial/Organizational psychology, one of the most researched areas is the relationship between job satisfaction and job performance (Judge, Thoresen, Bono, & Patton,2001). In Judge et al. (2001), it was found by Brayfield and Crockett (1955) that there is only a minimal relationship between job performance and job satisfaction. However, since 1955, Judge et al. (2001) cited that there are other studies by Locke (1970), Schwab & Cummings (1970), and Vroom (1964) that have shown that there is at least some relationship between those variables. Judge et al. (2001) argued that there are seven different models that can be used to describe the job satisfaction and job
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solving problems. They understand the concepts of permanence and conservation by learning that volume, weight, and numbers may remain constant despite changes in outward appearance. These children should be able to build on past experiences, using them to explain why some things happen (Huitt & Hummel, 2003).
In terms of the psychosocial development Erik Erickson (1959-1980) has classified the 10-year-old child to a stage of industry versus inferiority. During this stage, school and social interaction plays an important role. The child begins to develop a sense of pride in their accomplishments and abilities. On this stage, a child becomes capable of performing increasingly complex
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that promotes differentness. Parents’ s encouragement of prosocial behaviour through acting as modellers for children to learn promotes increased prosocial behaviour on their children’s life. Children whose parents are high in prosocial behaviour are more likely to be prosocial not only because they learn from their parents, but because they have inherited it.
* CHILD DEVELOPMENT, Person International Edition, 08ed, Lavra E. Berk.
* DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY: Tutorial Letter 101/0/ 2012, UNISA Department of Psychology
PROSOCIAL BEHAVIOUR IS THE OUTCOME OF MUTIPLE FACTORS.
SOCIALISATION OF PROSOCIAL BEHAVIOR WITHIN THE FAMILY.
* Social experience and emotional understanding
* Observational learning
* Styles of child rearing
* Secure attachment
* Social referencing
* Understanding and responding to the emotions of others
THE CHILD’S INDIVIDUAL CHARETERISTICS
* Nature versus Nurture
* Temperament and prosocial development.
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sex reassignment and altered results in his paper. He also violated the rule without permissions doing surgery experiment on David. As result, David suffered severe depression and committed suicide.
#3 The main belief of Theme 3: â€œPsychology evolves in a sociohistorical contextâ€ from the book is that dense interconnections exist between what happens in psychology and what happens in society at large. Trends, issues, and values in society influence psychologyâ€™s evolution. Similarly, progress in psychology affects trends, issues, and values in the society. In the beginning of Stanford prison experiment, the prisoners began to suffer wide array punishments at the hands of the guards
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society, this will promote social progress. Conversely, if we only concentrate on negative effects of the media, and this will completely lost its inherent significance.
Discuss the impact media has on consumers’ buying behavior
In recent years, understanding the consumer’s psychology is very important for marketing. Consumer psychology is a study of how people relate to the goods and services they use in their daily lives. The marketer is essential to know how the consumers make the decision of buying thus set different marketing strategies to compete in the market place. In other words, analyzing the consumers’ behavior relate directly to the success of firms. Some businessmen use media
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Biological & Environmental
Genotype vs. Phenotype
- Genetic makeup
of the individual
- Directly observable
Genes: Basic unit of genetic information
Chromosomes: rod-like portions of DNA
which store/transmit genetic information
46 chromosomes in each cell (23 pairs)
DNA: deoxyribonucleic acid; chemical
substance that makes up genes,
DNA duplicates itself through mitosis
Permits a one-celled fertilized ovum to
develop into a human being
Gametes: sex cells (sperm
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PSYCHOLOGY - AGGRESSION JANUARY 2011 ; discuss evolutionary explanations of human aggression (8+16marks)
Aggression is behaviour directed towards another intended to harm (hostile) or as a means to an end (instrumental). The evolutionary theory explains aggression as an adaptive response to a series of threats to an individual’s survival and reproduction. Aggression is a way of tackling the threats posed to an individual, by eliminating them or reducing the level of their interference.
Mate retention is the act of guarding against mate poaching and maintaining a partner’s interest. This includes direct guarding and negative inducements. Direct guarding is when the male restricts his
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Asian societies: A cluster-analytic investigation. Contemporary Family Therapy, 28 (1), 131-151.
Bronfenbrenner, U., & Evans, G. W. (2000). Developmental science in the 21st century: Emerging theoretical models, research designs, and empirical findings, Social Development, 9, 115-125.
Brooks-Gunn, J., Berlin, L. J., & Sidle, A. (2000). Early childhood intervention programs: What about the family? Handbook of early childhood intervention, 2, 549-588.
Calzada, E. J., & Eyberg, S. M. (2002). Self-reported parenting practices in Dominican and Puerto Rican mothers of young children. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 31(3), 354-363.
Cauce, A. M. (2008). Parenting, Culture, and
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What is social psychology?
It is the scientific study of how a person’s behavior, thoughts and feelings are influenced by the real, imagined or implied presence of others.
Social influence: The process through which the real, imagined or implied presence of others can directly or indirectly influence the thoughts, feelings and behavior of others.
Types of Social Influence:
1. Conformity: Conformity is seen wherein a person changes his/her behavior to more closely match the behavior/actions of other people. For example, Solomon Asch’s an experimenter had studied on conformity by experimenting some participants on their behavior pattern. The participants in his
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To: Mrs Caroline Hatcher ∞ Human Resource Manager ∞ ABC Company
From: Mrs Chrisan Lewis ∞ Occupational Psychologist ∞ The British Psychological Society
Report: Efficient Recruitment
The ABC Company has been experiencing a high turnover of staff, (particularly with the Call Centre Staff), and is considering the development of an Assessment Centre. The ABC Company requires information which pertains to psychology in relation to psychometric testing. This report will identify individual differences, the supporting theories and the associated psychometric tests (which must be Objective, Standardized, Reliable, Predictive, and Non Discriminatory) for the purpose of
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likely to occur. |
75)NEGATIVE PUNISHMENT | Taking away a stimulus that weakens a response and makes it less likely to occur |
76) OBSERVATION LEARNING | Occurs by watching others and then imitating or modeling the observed behavior. |
77)RECALL | The use of a specific cue to retrieve a memory. For example, your psychology teacher you to write down everything you learned in last week’s lesson on operant conditioning. |
78)RECOGNITION | the use of a specific cue to retrieve a memory. for example , your psychology teacher asks you answer a multiple-choice question about negative negative reinforcement. |
79)serial position effect | information at the beginning and end of a list is
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, according to job performance a managers need to examine each employee to discover if characteristics are important to each worker. The third principle that Taylor mentioned each company should train their employees properly. The fourth and final principle is that each employee should have an extrinsic reward for his or her productivity which will cause high productivity in the workplace.
I/ O Psychology and other disciplines of psychology
Psychology is the scientific study of thinking and behavior, such as Abnormal psychology, Social psychology, Developmental psychology, and Experimental psychology. Industrial/Organizational psychology applies
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What is Environmental Psychology?
February 13, 2012
What is Environmental Psychology?
Environmental psychology became popular in the 1950s and 1960s, and has many aspects in psychology because of its relationship between human behavior and the environment that he or she lives in. Environment refers to an individual’s social setting, which is constantly changing. Social, educational, professional, and home settings may be different environments, and different behaviors can be seen in each environment. This paper will examine the discipline of environmental psychology while comparing two theoretical approaches to environmental psychology, and explain how
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Blood Volume Blood-Oxygen Saturation Gastric Motility Physical Responses to Music Muscular and Motor Responses Facial Gestures Body Movements Behavioral Responses Music and Exercise Music and Dance Music-Influenced Decision Making Gender Differences Musician/Non-musician Differences Concluding Statement Chapter 10. Music and Emotions The Cognitivist Position The Emotivist Position A Third Viewpoint Summary Chapter 11. Why Are We Musical? Rhythm, a Fundamental Life Process
Music Psychology for Musicians, p. 5 Biophony Mother-Infant Bonding The Acquisition of Language A Unique Mode of Knowing Social Organization Summary Chapter 12. The Musical Brain Brief Introduction to Cognitive