... Psychology of Aggression
Theories of Aggression:
Test 2 - Kellogg Community College
... a. physical aggression; relational aggression
b. instrumental aggression; emotional aggression
c. verbal aggression; physical aggression
d. None of these
Aggression, Attraction, and Conflict Resolution
... creates anger. If you are blocked from a
certain goal by something that seems unfair
or frustrating you might feel some aggression.
• Example: Vending machine eats your money
or the paper you spent all night working on
5. Youth and education: Nurturing social development When young
... When young people go through a troublesome social development, for instance involvement in
bullying, aggression, discrimination and risk behaviors, this does not only form a threat to youth in
the short run, but can also severely impair adjustment in adulthood. The social development of
young people ...
Social Behavior - Options
... which one matched the
“standard line,” a model to the
side of the diagram
• Participants were tested in a
group of other people (all in on
the experiment) who purposely
gave the wrong answer on some
of the tests
• 75% of participants conformed
to the group and gave the wrong
answer – they later admi ...
... – Promoting cooperation with self-interest
– Role of regulations, communication and
awareness of responsibility
2017 HRQ 14 4 Due April 10
... less likely to believe that women enjoy aggressive sexual treatment.
more likely to believe that rape is a serious crime.
more likely to interpret a woman's friendliness as sexual interest.
less likely to believe that rape occurs quite frequently in society.
less likely to be interesting in nonviole ...
Hormonal and Neural influences on aggression
... To overcome this problem, Mann studied 35 healthy, human participants. He concluded that those given a drug to
deplete serotonin levels scored higher on levels of hostility and aggression. This provides supporting evidence for the
view on serotonin. Mann found the drug to not affect females as sever ...
Ch. 21 Notes
... on wall) makes it more likely for people to be confused about their own
beliefs than in a serene setting
Buffers – when buffered, people more likely to follow hurtful, immoral
orders, than when personally confronted with recipient
Ex. Current military conflict often happens at distance, may be easie ...
AP_Ch. 18 Jeopardy Answers
... win by their football team. What is this called?
Self-fulfilling propheciesIf a teacher believes that boys will do better than girls in math and then treats
the boys in in a preferential way which leads them to do better…what does
this best illustrate?
Words and Terms
These are my Unit goals for Social Psychology
... cognitive dissonance (Festinger and Carlsmith)
• Identify important figures in social psychology (Asch, Milgram, Rosenthal, Festinger and Zimbardo)
• Describe the structure and function of different kinds of group behavior
reading guide Unit 14 File
... 1. Why are we more sensitive to the situation in our behavior changes than in others?
2. Give an example for peripheral route persuasion and central route persuasion. Which is more
likely to influence behavior? Why?
3. When will attitude likely affect behavior?
4. What did Zimbardo say regarding the ...
Chapter Summary/Lecture Organizer I. OUR THOUGHTS ABOUT
... Attribution is subject to several forms of error and bias. The fundamental attribution error
reflects our tendency to overestimate internal, personality influences and underestimate
external influences when judging the behavior of others. The saliency bias is the tendency to
focus on the most notice ...
... conflicts with parents than teens from individualist
... individual characteristics
histories of violent and aggressive behavior early as age 8
4. high activity levels
score low on standardized tests
do poorly in school
prior history of poor peer relationships
General Psychology: Social (II) - Educational Psychology Interactive
... – The fact that as the number of bystanders at an
emergency increases, the probability that the victim
will receive help decreases, and help, if given, is
likely to be delayed
– Diffusion of responsibility
• The feeling among bystanders at an emergency that the
responsibility for helping is shared b ...
Social Psychology - Solon City Schools
... • Discomfort we feel when
your thoughts are behaviors
• People want to have
consistent attitudes and
behaviors….when they are
not they experience
Skeletal Notes Social Psych
... o class setting: questions
o Confederates all gave obvious incorrect answer / individual would follow suit
30% of time (70% at least once during trials)
Likelihood of conformity does not increase with increase in group size
Milgram Experiment (1974)
Social Psychology- Last Chapter
... _________________________________________: Refers to improved performance on tasks in the presence of
others. Triplett (1898) noticed cyclists’ race times were faster when they competed against others than when
they just raced against the clock.
__________________________________-The tendency of an ...
Relational aggression, also known as covert aggression, or covert bullying is a type of aggression in which harm is caused by damaging someone's relationships or social status. Although it can be used in many contexts and among different age groups, relational aggression among adolescents in particular has received a lot of attention. The attention this form of aggression has gotten has been augmented by the help of popular media, including movies like Mean Girls and books like Odd Girl Out by R. Simmons (2003), Nesthäkchen and the World War by Else Ury (1916), and Queen Bees and Wannabes by R. Wiseman (2003). Relational aggression can have various lifelong consequences. Relational aggression has been primarily observed and studied among girls.