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Transcript
Welcome to ABS
320
Applied Social
Psychology?
Activities Today
 Welcome
and Introduction
 Class Expectations (for one another)
 What is Social Psychology?
 Newspaper through the Lens of a Social
Psychologist
 Service Learning Option (guest – Patti
Gorman)
 Review Syllabus
Definition of social
psychology
The influence that people
have upon the beliefs and
behavior of others.
Situational and
Dispositional
Explanations

Situational explanations look to factors
outside of the person – in the environment,
when trying to explain behavior and attitudes.
 Dispositional explanations look to factors
within the person – personality, temperament
for example when trying to explain behavior
and attitudes.
People who do
crazy things are
not necessarily
crazy!
Concerns of social
psychology
 How
are people influenced?
 Why do people accept influence?
 What variables increase and decrease
the effectiveness of social influence?
 Is the effect permanent or transitory?
 Do the same principles apply to
everyone?
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