Social Participation: Involvement in community activities or programs.Psychology, Social: The branch of psychology concerned with the effects of group membership upon the behavior, attitudes, and beliefs of an individual.Canes: Sticks used as walking aids. The canes may have three or four prongs at the end of the shaft.Social Support: Support systems that provide assistance and encouragement to individuals with physical or emotional disabilities in order that they may better cope. 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This contrasts with LONGITUDINAL STUDIES which are followed over a period of time.Residence Characteristics: Elements of residence that characterize a population. They are applicable in determining need for and utilization of health services.Quality of Life: A generic concept reflecting concern with the modification and enhancement of life attributes, e.g., physical, political, moral and social environment; the overall condition of a human life.Health Status: The level of health of the individual, group, or population as subjectively assessed by the individual or by more objective measures.Disability Evaluation: Determination of the degree of a physical, mental, or emotional handicap. The diagnosis is applied to legal qualification for benefits and income under disability insurance and to eligibility for Social Security and workmen's compensation benefits.Questionnaires: Predetermined sets of questions used to collect data - clinical data, social status, occupational group, etc. The term is often applied to a self-completed survey instrument.Socioeconomic Factors: Social and economic factors that characterize the individual or group within the social structure.Social Isolation: The separation of individuals or groups resulting in the lack of or minimizing of social contact and/or communication. This separation may be accomplished by physical separation, by social barriers and by psychological mechanisms. In the latter, there may be interaction but no real communication.Logistic Models: Statistical models which describe the relationship between a qualitative dependent variable (that is, one which can take only certain discrete values, such as the presence or absence of a disease) and an independent variable. A common application is in epidemiology for estimating an individual's risk (probability of a disease) as a function of a given risk factor.Longitudinal Studies: Studies in which variables relating to an individual or group of individuals are assessed over a period of time.Social Perception: The perceiving of attributes, characteristics, and behaviors of one's associates or social groups.Health Surveys: A systematic collection of factual data pertaining to health and disease in a human population within a given geographic area.Life Style: Typical way of life or manner of living characteristic of an individual or group. (From APA, Thesaurus of Psychological Index Terms, 8th ed)Social Class: A stratum of people with similar position and prestige; includes social stratification. Social class is measured by criteria such as education, occupation, and income.Patient Participation: Patient involvement in the decision-making process in matters pertaining to health.Stroke: A group of pathological conditions characterized by sudden, non-convulsive loss of neurological function due to BRAIN ISCHEMIA or INTRACRANIAL HEMORRHAGES. Stroke is classified by the type of tissue NECROSIS, such as the anatomic location, vasculature involved, etiology, age of the affected individual, and hemorrhagic vs. non-hemorrhagic nature. (From Adams et al., Principles of Neurology, 6th ed, pp777-810)Odds Ratio: The ratio of two odds. The exposure-odds ratio for case control data is the ratio of the odds in favor of exposure among cases to the odds in favor of exposure among noncases. The disease-odds ratio for a cohort or cross section is the ratio of the odds in favor of disease among the exposed to the odds in favor of disease among the unexposed. The prevalence-odds ratio refers to an odds ratio derived cross-sectionally from studies of prevalent cases.Consumer Participation: Community or individual involvement in the decision-making process.Social Adjustment: Adaptation of the person to the social environment. Adjustment may take place by adapting the self to the environment or by changing the environment. (From Campbell, Psychiatric Dictionary, 1996)Sex Factors: Maleness or femaleness as a constituent element or influence contributing to the production of a result. It may be applicable to the cause or effect of a circumstance. It is used with human or animal concepts but should be differentiated from SEX CHARACTERISTICS, anatomical or physiological manifestations of sex, and from SEX DISTRIBUTION, the number of males and females in given circumstances.Social Dominance: Social structure of a group as it relates to the relative social rank of dominance status of its members. (APA, Thesaurus of Psychological Index Terms, 8th ed.)Age Factors: Age as a constituent element or influence contributing to the production of a result. It may be applicable to the cause or the effect of a circumstance. It is used with human or animal concepts but should be differentiated from AGING, a physiological process, and TIME FACTORS which refers only to the passage of time.Social Media: Platforms that provide the ability and tools to create and publish information accessed via the INTERNET. Generally these platforms have three characteristics with content user generated, high degree of interaction between creator and viewer, and easily integrated with other sites.Social Work: The use of community resources, individual case work, or group work to promote the adaptive capacities of individuals in relation to their social and economic environments. It includes social service agencies.Hierarchy, Social: Social rank-order established by certain behavioral patterns.Social Sciences: Disciplines concerned with the interrelationships of individuals in a social environment including social organizations and institutions. 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*  Self and Society : A Symbolic Interactionist Social Psychology 8th Edition | 9780205303632 | eCampus
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*  clothing | Social Psychology Eye
clothing. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Disclaimer. Tag Archives: clothing Keynote Lecture – ‘What is the Human Mind Designed for. By Roy F. Baumeister Posted on. Leave a comment. Professor Roy F. Baumeister. Professor Baumeister s Keynote lecture ‘ What is the Human Mind Designed for. Roy F. Baumeister is currently the Eppes Eminent Professor of Psychology and head of the social psychology graduate program at Florida State University. in social psychology from Princeton in 1978 and did a postdoctoral fellowship in sociology at the University of California at Berkeley. You can view his keynote at http://compassconference.wordpress.com/2009/10/27/baumeister/. Leave a comment Posted in Emotion and Motivation, Personality Tagged clothing, Conference, cookery, culture, Human Nature, Mind, money, Psychology, sociology, virtual, Virtual Communities. Social Psychology Eye Blog. Disclaimer. Compass Journals Issue Information September 28, 2015. Positive illusions in romantic relationships If First You...
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*  Galapagos | Social Psychology Eye
Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Featured Journals. Darwin s finches. Posted on. Leave a comment. Just over 174 years ago, on September 17, 1835, the HMS Beagle landed on San Cristóbal Island in the Galápagos. But of all the bizarrely tame birds, he wrote in The Voyage of the Beagle that the finches “form a most singular group … related to each other in the structure of their beaks, short tails, form of body and plumage.” The variation in Darwin’s finches was to be significant for his concept of natural selection. For evolutionary psychology, this story marks an odd union between the biological and the social. Today in the Galápagos, evolution in the form Darwin observed is being crowded by the social world—a reminder, perhaps, that humans are not exempt from change. Leave a comment. Posted in Critical Social Psychology, Social Cognition. Tagged Darwin's finches, evolutionary psychology, Galapagos, natural selection. Social Psychology Eye. Subscribe to Social Psychology Eye by Email. Positive ill...
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*  17 | July | 2009 | Social Psychology Eye
July. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Featured Journals. Appearance Matters. July 17, 2009. What advice would a tourist board give to the local community when the tourist numbers drop. Smile. The Paris tourist board concluded that appearance matters. The tourist board proceeded to request that the residents of Paris smile. After conducting a travelers survey it was found that among the high cost of travel, tourists experience included the perception of unpleasantness. The tourist board concluded that the impressions people form about Parisians affect the overall tourist economy. Montepare, 2008, explain why first impressions start with looking at a persons face and how people make judgments about others. Read more: Reuters article on Paris smile campaign. Montepare, J.M 2008 Social Psychological Face Perception: Why Appearance Matters. Posted in Emotion and Motivation, Social Cognition. Tagged Emotion, Neuropsychology, Perception, Physiological Psychology, Prejudice, Psychology, Social Cognition...
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*  moral reasoning | Social Psychology Eye
moral reasoning. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. California’s Prop 19 Strikes Fear in the Hearts of Squares. Or, and more likely the case, is it simply a social convention that has been turned into a moral convention See Turiel, 2007 by, well, you squares. I’ve been searching the blogs and articles and the best argument I’ve found in opposition only apposes some of the rational behind Prop 19, but does little damage to the argument of legalization overall. In other words, keep your social and moral conventions—convictions—to yourself, and to quote Jack Nicholson in As Good As It Gets, “Go sell crazy somewhere else. Turiel 2007 on Morality. Psychology Today Article Does Marijuana Impair Cognition. Posted in Critical Social Psychology, Culture and Diversity, Group/Intergroup Processes, Health, Social Cognition, Uncategorized. Tagged Attitudes, culture, Discrimination, Ganja, joint, legalization of Marijuana, Marijuana, moral reasoning, morality, pot, Prop 19, Psychology, reefer, social convention,...
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*  unhealthy relationships | Social Psychology Eye
unhealthy relationships. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Tag Archives: unhealthy relationships. Some research has demonstrated that marital relationships are linked to a number of both long and short-term physical health issues as well as emotional problems. According to Slatcher 2010, in a review of some of the research on marital relationships and physical health, there are two independent factors in marriage effecting health: marital strain leading to negative health effects and marital strength which can have a positive impact on health . Marriage has been linked to numerous physical responses including cardiovascular functioning, neuroendocrine output, and immunity; and marriage can even impact mortality rates. Although there is a great deal of research linking marriage to both positive and negative changes in physical health, the author argues that there is too little research explaining exactly what psychological processes occur in order to explain those changes. B 2010 . Marital Function...
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*  pain medication | Social Psychology Eye
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*  fantasy play | Social Psychology Eye
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*  Villain | Social Psychology Eye
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Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Kevin Betts. I started reading a book this weekend titled, “The Perfect Swarm: The Science of Complexity in Everyday Life.” Author Len Fisher’s central idea is that understanding swarm intelligence can help us make better decisions. As a student of social psychology, one particular question that Fisher asks caught my attention. Real life examples of such situations include the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon in 2001 as well as the nightclub fires in Rhode Island in 2003 and Moscow in 2009. It is known that in emergency situations where many people are present, people often fail to provide assistance because they either do not notice the incident, fail to interpret it as an emergency, or fail to assume responsibility. In the case of the 2001 terrorist attacks or the nightclub fires, it is probably the failure to assume responsibility which discourages helping the most. Yet, as Fisher makes apparent, other situations exist where the best way...
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vaccine. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Disclaimer. Featured Journals. Self-Serving Biases Influence Preventative Health Behaviors. Posted on. September 9, 2009. Leave a comment. The upcoming cold and flu season promises to be a trying one. In addition to dealing with the usual aches, pains, and discomfort associated with illness this time of year many are becoming anxious over the resurgence of the swine flu. Research has shown that while most people were biased in thinking that their health was superior to others, those who expressed the intention to get inoculated among other things expressed lower levels of health bias Larwood, 2006. Self-serving biases are associated with a variety of positive and negative outcomes for the self, but in this case overconfidence could be deadly. Swine Flu: A Field Study of Self-Serving Biases. Leave a comment. Posted in Health, Uncategorized. Tagged cold, flu, self-serving bias, swine flu, vaccine. Social Psychology Eye. Disclaimer. An Economic Geography Per...
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*  Terminator | Social Psychology Eye
Terminator. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Disclaimer. Terminator Masculinity. Posted on. Leave a comment. Once again in Terminator Salvation, Skynet and its army of Terminators threaten humanity with extinction. Set in post–apocalyptic 2018, the heroes of the film are not surprisingly both men John Connor and Marcus Wright – who are fighting predominantly male-body inspired Terminators. Hollywood’s use of men as action heroes is nothing new e.g. Sylvester Stallone, John Wayne, but what is particularly concerning is its continued fascination with idealized forms of men and masculinity. Read more about idealised masculinities. Leave a comment. Posted in Uncategorized. Tagged Alternative Masculinities, Gender, Hegemonic Masculinity, Heterosexuality, Idealised Masculinity, John Connor, Marcus Wright, Masculinity, Men, Skynet, Terminator, Terminator Salvation. Social Psychology Eye. Disclaimer. An Economic Geography Perspective September 28, 2015. Subscribe. Subscribe to Social Psychology Eye by Em...
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*  Issues in Social Psychology | Social Psychology Eye
Issues in Social Psychology. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. During a recent visit with my boyfriend’s mother, she asked me the following question: So, what exactly are you researching for your PhD? As a PhD student, I am quite used to answering this question and replied with a generic response about my investigation into the role non-native accents play in the relationship between native and non-native speakers. She asked me a few more questions and then looked at me quizzically: “Isn’t a lot of what you are researching pretty obvious?” she asked. “Why are people funding you to do research about something we already know?”. A recent article in the Los Angeles Times addresses this very issue. Its author, Eryn Brown, explains that while critics argue that funding “obvious” research is a waste of taxpayer money, experts claim that such research is essential for influencing public perceptions Brown uses the example of cigarette smoking. While it may seem that it has been well established that cigar...
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*  .. Familiarize With Social Psychology .. Steps To Finance Home Construction .. Removing Ingrown Hai
Familiarize With Social Psychology Career in Social psychology. Before venturing into a career in social psychology, you need to understand what is social psychology. Posted on. Categories what is social psychology Tags Doctoral degree in social psychology, what is social psychology. Leave a comment. construction loan rates available. Construction loans are specific loans offering loans with various construction loan rates to finance the construction of a property. Posted on. Categories construction loan rates Tags construction loan rates, financing the project. Leave a comment. How to prevent ingrown hairs. Use tweezers to remove the ingrown hairs. Posted on. Categories Ingrown hair removal Tags how to get rid of ingrown hairs, improper shaving techniques. Leave a comment. What To Know Before Getting A Pet Insurance   About Pet Insurance Reviews. Before you go for a pet insurance policy, read some pet insurance reviews about the policy and make sure that the policy does cover the genetic diseases your petâ...
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*  Social Psychology, 3rd Edition, Tom Gilovich | Selackey Health Books with Free PDF Download
He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and a fellow of the American Psychological Society, the American Psychological Association, the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, the Society of Experimental Social Psychology, and the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry. He has taught social psychology for the past 18 years and is the recipient of the Distinguished Teaching Award for Letters and Sciences. He is a fellow of the American Psychological Association, the American Psychological Society, and the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. She has taught social psychology for the past fifteen years and is the recipient of the Distinguished Teaching Award from Berkeley’s Social Science Division. He is the recipient of the Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award of the American Psychological Association and the William James Fellow Award of the American Psychological Society and is a member of the National Academy of Sciences and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Amer...
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*  Fort Hood | Social Psychology Eye
Fort Hood. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Guns, race and evolution. The recent shooting of American soldiers by a Muslim American military psychiatrist at Fort Hood made many Muslim Americans fear that this single attack in Texas will undermine the progress that has been made in relations between Muslim and non-Muslim Americans. The social psychological literature on intergroup relations is rich and diverse. When intergroup relations are salient, people readily show prejudice against members of outgroups and find it easy to morally justify intergroup aggression and violence. Park offered another explanation that treated negativity toward outgroups as psychological tendencies –warfare and disease avoidance. Moreover, for people within any given culture, certain outgroups may appear especially foreign with respect to disease-relevant domains, such as food preparation and hygiene practices. Thus, the perception of outgroups, particularly those that are subjectively foreign, may activate disease av...
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*  19 | January | 2010 | Social Psychology Eye
January. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. January 19, 2010. Leave a comment. People go to great lengths to conceal bad odors or enhance pleasant ones. However, if the purpose of wearing perfume is to look favorably in other people’s eyes then according to research by Li, Moallem, Paller, and Gottfried 2007 people are taking the wrong approach. It appears that the best way to influence someone’s social preference is to wear perfume that is perceived outside of consciousness. The researchers found that pleasant odors presented unconsciously produced more favorable ratings of faces. Contrary to general perception, favorable ratings were not found when presenting pleasant scents consciously. Hear more: Russian perfume. Li, W., Moallem, I., Paller, K.A., Gottfried, J.A. Leave a comment. Posted in Emotion and Motivation, Social Cognition, Social Influence, Uncategorized. Tagged Aroma, Conscious, Perception, Perfume, Scent, Social Judgment, Unconscious. Social Psychology Eye. Disclaimer. An Economic Geo...
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*  bodybuilding | Social Psychology Eye
Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Tag Archives: bodybuilding Exercise and addiction Posted on. 1 comment According to the Daily Mail, neuroscientists from Tufts University, Boston suggest that exercise can be as addictive as heroin. Biologists direct our attention to adrenalin, endorphins and even a genetic disposition to addictive behaviours, whereas, as social psychologists we are interested in the social conditioning aspect of that behaviour. As social psychologists it is worth pausing for a moment to consider some of the gendered aspects of extreme exercise addiction. Exercise can be as addictive as heroin. Theory of Addiction. 1 Comment Posted in Culture and Diversity, Gender, Health, Social Influence Tagged addiction, anorexia athletica, bodybuilding, Daily Mail, Exercise, gender and addiction, steroid use, Theory of addiction. Social Psychology Eye Blog. Positive illusions in romantic relationships If First You Don t Succeed, Prophesize Again: In the Face of Dissonant Followers, Camping Sti...
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*  New York Times | Social Psychology Eye
New York Times. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Affirmative action for women in Iraq. A recent Human Rights Watch report outlines ways in which women’s rights became more limited in Iraq after the U.S.-led invasion in 2003. According to the report, women had a better place in politics and society during the 1970s than at present. In social psychology research, the study of attitudes about affirmative action has expanded to include gender inequality. A survey study conducted by Boechmann and Feather 2007 examined attitudes about affirmative action for women in Australia. For male participants, they found that unfair male advantage was negatively associated with a belief in women s entitlement to affirmative action. Gender, discrimination beliefs, group-based guilt, and responses to affirmative action for Australia women. At a crossroads: Human rights in Iraq eight years after the US-led invasion, Human Rights Watch, February 2, 2011. See Section I. Posted in Culture and Diversity, Gender, Group/I...
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*  prevention | Social Psychology Eye
prevention. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Disclaimer. Tag Archives: prevention. Are you aware of your partner’s secret STD. Posted on. Kevin Betts. Leave a comment. By Kevin R. Betts. Take HIV infection as an example. Fisher, Kohut, and Fisher 2009 point out that most research in the social sciences aimed at preventing the spread of HIV targets uninfected individuals. Meanwhile, research aimed at preventing high risk behaviors among infected individuals remains scarce. Yet it is infected individuals that are the greatest threat to the spread of this disease. Fisher et al. Many infected individuals remain willing to hide information about HIV and other contagious diseases from their partner s. Fisher et al. 2009 urge social scientists to refocus their efforts on preventing high risk behaviors among infected individuals. What should uninfected individuals take from this example. It is important that you speak with your partner s about sexually transmitted diseases. 8 tips for telling your partne...
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*  pharmaceutical companies | Social Psychology Eye
pharmaceutical companies. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Tag Archives: pharmaceutical companies The myth of mental illness. In discussing the development of the concept of madness as a consequence of the scientific rationality of the Enlightenment, it suggests that mental disorders should be viewed as a social construction rather than the medical condition they are typically seen as within contemporary Western society. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders DSM of the American Psychiatric Association typically lists large number of symptoms for any given condition, and it is only necessary to present a small number of these in order to be diagnosed. 1 Comment Posted in Critical Social Psychology, Health, History Tagged American Psychiatric Assocation, culture-bound syndrome, depression, Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, drapetomania, DSM, DSM-IV-TR, DSM-V, Enlightenment, female hysteria, Foucault, Freud, genital retraction syndrome, GRS, Happiness, homosexuality, insanity, i...
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*  Master of Arts in Community Social Psychology
... UMass Lowell. Current Students. Community. About UMass Lowell. About Lowell. Graduate Programs. Undergraduate. Transfer Students. Facilities on Campus. Life Outside Campus. Master of Arts in Community Social Psychology About Us. How to Apply. Graduate Certificates. Community Opportunities. Contact Us. Master of Arts in Community Social Psychology Home. Psychology. Graduate Programs. Master of Arts in Community Social Psychology. Graduate Certificates. Graduate Certificates. Students who apply to any of our certificate programs do not have to apply to our CSP Master's Degree Program although many eventually do. We offer four certificates, see the following UMass Lowell catalog links: Behavioral Intervention in Autism BIA offered fully online. Courses Each certificate program consists of four graduate-level courses 12 credits, offered through the Psychology Department or other UMass Lowell departments. The four courses must be completed within a five year period with a minimum of a 3.0 grade point average,...
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*  01 | October | 2010 | Social Psychology Eye
Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Daily Archives: October 1, 2010 Gendering responsibility for child obesity Posted on. Leave a comment The Daily Mail’s recent article ‘Has feminism killed the art of home cooking?’ serves as an example of the mediated discourses which hold feminist values and therefore women, as responsible for the so-called child obesity epidemic WHO, 2010. Therefore mothers are presumed to have primary responsibility for their children’s health. If children are overweight it is mothers and not fathers who are held accountable. The second way mothers are held accountable is through pregnancy. Scientists argue that ‘diet, exercise and women’s attentiveness before and during pregnancy are linked to specific disabilities, to childhood health generally and, more recently, to childhood obesity’ Maher, Fraser and Wright, 2010. It is these mediated discourses that hold mothers specifically responsible for the battle of the bulge, but more generally they argue ‘it’s feminism we have to th...
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*  Bereavement | Social Psychology Eye
Bereavement. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Phil. Phil died of a massive stroke at the untimely age of 53 on February 9 th, 2010, while tapping the latest season of the hit series Deadliest Catch . While I enjoyed the series, I wouldn’t consider myself a die-hard fan; I just learned of Cpt. But during last night’s show, learning about the man through the stories told by his closest friends, it was like reliving my own father’s death and listening to his friends tell similar stories. While their personal habits may be seen to some as crude or even selfish—in the sense that their habits lead to their untimely deaths—those who were closest to them seemed to admire their rebel spirits. While I admire these men, I also remember that they were fathers who left their loved ones behind far to early. Though I can’t speak for the other sons in this story, I can speak for myself. 1 Comment Posted in Emotion and Motivation, Gender, Health, Personality, Social Influence Tagged Bereavement, Cpt. Phil Harris,...
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*  social constructionism | Social Psychology Eye
Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Furthermore, McKinnon has been diagnosed by autism expert Professor Simon Baron-Cohen, cousin of the comedian Sacha Baron-Cohen, as suffering from the mental disorder of Asperger s syndrome. Leave a comment Posted in Critical Social Psychology, Health Tagged aliens, area 51, Asperger's syndrome, autism, Baron-Cohen, category bound activity, CBA, conspiracy, extradition, fast-track, hacker, Identity, kilodeltamike, MCA, McKinnon, Membership Categorisation Analysis, mental disorder, Sacks, social constructionism, terrorism, UFO, X files. Constructions of masculinity and their influence on men s well-being: a theory of gender and health. Leave a comment Posted in Critical Social Psychology, Gender, Health Tagged Connell, Courtenay, Gender, Health, International Men's Day, kilodeltamike, Masculinity, men's health, moustache, Movember, mustache, social constructionism. Although it may seem counter-intuitive in the age of Prozac, mental disorders are much less well defi...
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*  Deadliest Catch | Social Psychology Eye
Deadliest Catch. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Phil. Cpt. Phil died of a massive stroke at the untimely age of 53 on February 9 th, 2010, while tapping the latest season of the hit series Deadliest Catch . While I enjoyed the series, I wouldn’t consider myself a die-hard fan; I just learned of Cpt. But during last night’s show, learning about the man through the stories told by his closest friends, it was like reliving my own father’s death and listening to his friends tell similar stories. While their personal habits may be seen to some as crude or even selfish—in the sense that their habits lead to their untimely deaths—those who were closest to them seemed to admire their rebel spirits. While I admire these men, I also remember that they were fathers who left their loved ones behind far to early. So I must ask myself, should we me, my brother, Joe Jr., and Phil’s sons, josh and Jake live like our fathers who we loved and admire dearly, or change. Though I can’t speak for the other sons in t...
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*  upward counterfactuals | Social Psychology Eye
upward counterfactuals. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Olympic expectations gone awry: Plushenko conforms to silver medalist syndrome. Had Plushenko won the gold, as he expected, he would have been the first man to win back-to-back Olympic gold medals since 1952. Psychologists explain this silver medalist syndrome as an effect of upward counterfactual thinking. According to Medvec, Madey, and Gilovich 1995, bronze medalists are often happier than silver medalists – they smile more on the podium at the medal ceremony – because they focus on the alternative of winning no medal, whereas the silver medalists focus on the alternative of winning gold. Decision Affect Theory DAT extends this line of research to integrate the added effects of expectation: although good outcomes feel better when unexpected than when expected, bad outcomes bite extra hard when unexpected than when expected. Adding it all up, high expectations for success + losing by a little more than a point + upward counterfactual thin...
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*  False-Hope Syndrome | Social Psychology Eye
False-Hope Syndrome. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Tag Archives: False-Hope Syndrome. March 9, 2010. According to Human Kinetics, the premier publisher for sports and fitness, almost 50% of people who made New Year’s resolutions to lose weight and get into shape stopped going to the gym by March 1 st. And yet every year, we typically make the very same resolution: to go the gym, lose weight, tone up, get healthy, and then some – even though most of us repeatedly fail by March and that’s if we’re relatively persistent. They say that individuals persist in attempting to change themselves despite repeated failure due to an overconfidence that includes feelings of control and optimism e.g., the twin beliefs that losing weight is easy and fast, and expectations for an unrealistically high payoff from triumphant self-change e.g., the assumption that changes in weight loss will catalyze major rewards in other, unrelated areas of life. Researchers therefore advise that, in order to create real hope in...
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*  Len Fisher | Social Psychology Eye
Len Fisher. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Benefits of the bystander effect. Kevin Betts. Leave a comment. I started reading a book this weekend titled, “The Perfect Swarm: The Science of Complexity in Everyday Life.” Author Len Fisher’s central idea is that understanding swarm intelligence can help us make better decisions. As a student of social psychology, one particular question that Fisher asks caught my attention. Real life examples of such situations include the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon in 2001 as well as the nightclub fires in Rhode Island in 2003 and Moscow in 2009. Fisher’s solution to this problem caught my attention because it promotes safety by discouraging helping behavior. It is known that in emergency situations where many people are present, people often fail to provide assistance because they either do not notice the incident, fail to interpret it as an emergency, or fail to assume responsibility. In the case of the 2001 terrorist attacks or the...
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*  area 51 | Social Psychology Eye
Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Tag Archives: area 51 Asperger s, Aliens, America Posted on. Leave a comment Last-ditch attempts by British citizen Gary McKinnon to prevent his extradition to the United States US for the biggest military computer hack of all time have recently been rejected by the home secretary. This will make McKinnon the first person in the world to be extradited to the US for computer misuse. Furthermore, McKinnon has been diagnosed by autism expert Professor Simon Baron-Cohen, cousin of the comedian Sacha Baron-Cohen, as suffering from the mental disorder of Asperger s syndrome. Consequently, the extradition decision is widely seen as further misuse of the fast-track extradition treaty with the United States that was signed in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. From a social psychology perspective, this case is interesting as it hinges on competing constructions of identity, with McKinnon being on one hand positioned as a terrorist hacker carrying out evil actions, and...
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*  lose weight | Social Psychology Eye
Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Designers will no longer be able to hire models with a body mass index that is deemed dangerously low because the Australian fashion industry is preparing to ban skinny models from catwalks and magazines. There is now growing empirical support for the proposition that idealized portrayals of women in the Western media have a negative impact upon how adolescent girls and adult women see themselves. Body image is central to adolescent girls’ self-definition, because they have been socialized to believe that appearance is an important basis for self-evaluation and for evaluation by others. For example, the body size of women in the media is often more than 20% underweight—exceeding a diagnostic criterion for anorexia nervosa of 15% underweight DSM-IV-TR: American Psychiatric Association, 2000. Using an experimental method, Clay et al 2005 tested the impact of viewing ultra-thin and average-size female magazine models on body image and self-esteem among adolescent gir...
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*  Medical Xpress - social psychology
... Home social psychology. News tagged with social psychology. 1 day. Last day. 1 week. 1 month. Last day. 1 week. 1 month. Last day. 1 week. 1 month. Psychology & Psychiatry. Why do people with :schizophrenia misinterpret social cues. A new study from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience IoPPN at King's College London sheds light on why people with schizophrenia misinterpret social cues in others, often leading to unpleasant paranoid ... Psychology & Psychiatry. Telling other people about good things that have happened to you, and feeling socially connected, can make you happier, according to new research from Victoria University of Wellington. Psychology & Psychiatry. Patients with immediate medical needs tend to perceive doctors as emotionless, study finds. Psychology & Psychiatry. Perfectionism linked to burnout at work, school and sports, research finds. Concerns about perfectionism can sabotage success at work, school or on the playing field, leading to stress, burnout and potential ...
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*  evolution | Social Psychology Eye
Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Leave a comment Posted in Group/Intergroup Processes, Social Influence, Uncategorized Tagged Ali Fedotowsky, alliances, backstabbing, competition, evolution, gossip, ostracism, Reality TV, rivals, rose ceremony, spreading gossip, spreading rumours, status enhancement, The Bachelor, The Bachelorette. 2 Comments Posted in Group/Intergroup Processes, History Tagged Dictator, evolution, fairness, market integration. Leave a comment Posted in Culture and Diversity, Gender, History, Social Cognition, Social Influence Tagged Discrimination, evolution, evolutionary psychology, morality, Psychology, Social Psychology. Moreover, for people within any given culture, certain outgroups may appear especially foreign with respect to disease-relevant domains, such as food preparation and hygiene practices. Leave a comment Posted in Culture and Diversity, Group/Intergroup Processes, Social Influence Tagged aggression, disease avoidance, evolution, Fort Hood, infrahumanize, ingroup...
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*  Sara Moeller | Social Psychology Eye
Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Posted on. Leave a comment. Leave a comment. Posted in Personality. Tagged athletes, extreme sports, olympics, Personality, risk, sensation seeking, sports. The Look of Young Hollywood. Posted on. 1 comment. This month Vanity Fair magazine released their Young Hollywood issue, featuring celebrities that they proclaim are the new wave in Hollywood. European Journal of Social Psychology. European Journal of Social Psychology. 1 Comment. Posted in Culture and Diversity, Gender. Posted on. Leave a comment. While endorsement of negative in-group stereotypes may seem problematic to some, the social psychological literature can help us to understand why people might engage in this process. Social and Personality Psychology Compass. Leave a comment. Posted on. Leave a comment. Tagged Christmas, Music, Personality, Preferences, Social Perception. In all studies, they found that while both groups were made up of people strongly committed to their goals, it was people who ke...
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*  self-identity | Social Psychology Eye
Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. The Situation with The Jersey Shore. Leave a comment. The Jersey Shore, a reality show on MTV that experienced high ratings and a great deal of media attention, wrapped up its first season last week and the cast is already negotiating salaries for a second season. Much research has shown that negative stereotypes can have detrimental effects on stigmatized individuals, including losses of self-esteem and poor test performance. Italian-American Group Angered over Jersey Shore. Social and Personality Psychology Compass. Leave a comment. Posted in Culture and Diversity, Group/Intergroup Processes. Tagged Reality TV, Self-Esteem, self-identity, stereotypes, stigma, The Jersey Shore. Why Harry Potter. Leave a comment. Not just pleasures, Harry Potters series provide important fantasy and illusions to our children. They question whether the dichotomized view of good and evil presented in such fantasy story are in fact stereotypes that far from enlarging children’s const...
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*  celebrities | Social Psychology Eye
celebrities. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Posted in Emotion and Motivation, Social Cognition. Tagged behavior, breakups, celebrities, dissolution, Emotion, reconciliation, relationships, romantic, Social Psychology, uncertainty. Act your age: young people will like you more. The authors argue that older people posing as younger threaten the social identities of young people. So, those celebrities constantly trying to look younger than they are, may in fact be losing more fans than those who have staunchly said no to surgery and yes to aging naturally and gracefully. Posted in Group/Intergroup Processes, Health, Intrapersonal Processes. Tagged aging, anti-aging, appear younger, celebrities, getting old, getting older, look young, look younger, looking young, plastic surgery, social identity threat, social status. Relationships between body-shape discrepancies with favored celebrities and disordered eating in young women. Posted in Gender, Health, Social Influence. Tagged Anorexia, body image, ...
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*  26 | November | 2009 | Social Psychology Eye
Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. While 72% of parents believe that their children are getting enough exercise, according to the survey, only one in ten children actually get the recommended amount of exercise per day. A recent study by Clark, Slate, and Viglietti 2009, found that children who were severely overweight had significantly worse marks in all subjects than students who were not obese. However, the results were only found among white students; weight was not significantly correlated with grades for students in other ethnic categories. It is impossible to say that obesity causes low grades when it could very well be the other way around or other factors may influence both grades and weight. Regardless, the study is interesting because it highlights that the issue of obesity may be worrisome not just because of its ill effects on physical health. Children who are overweight might suffer from low self-esteem or become victims of bullying or social exclusion, all of which could impact their...
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*  disease avoidance | Social Psychology Eye
disease avoidance. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. The recent shooting of American soldiers by a Muslim American military psychiatrist at Fort Hood made many Muslim Americans fear that this single attack in Texas will undermine the progress that has been made in relations between Muslim and non-Muslim Americans. Furthermore, people have a specific stance with respect to outgroups and intergroup situations. When intergroup relations are salient, people readily show prejudice against members of outgroups and find it easy to morally justify intergroup aggression and violence. Moreover, for people within any given culture, certain outgroups may appear especially foreign with respect to disease-relevant domains, such as food preparation and hygiene practices. Thus, the perception of outgroups, particularly those that are subjectively foreign, may activate disease avoidance responses. The evolutionary framework also makes various suggestions for interactions to improve intergroup relations, such as al...
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*  Full List of Downloadable Research Publications - Mark Rubin's Social Psychology Research
... Mark Rubin's Social Psychology Research. Social Groups Perceived Group Variability Winning Groups are Stereotyped More Group Status and Group Prototypicality Negative Intergroup Contact Counterstereotype Bias The Ingroup Overexclusion Effect Compensatory Favouritism. Social Class Meta-Analysis of Working-Class Social Exclusion at University Australia's Working-Class University Students Measuring Social Class Social Class Differences in Social Integration at University. The University of Newcastle's Social Psychology Laboratory. Harwood, J., Joyce, N., Chen, C-Y., Paolini, S., Xiang, J., Rubin, M. Publisher’s version. Morrison, T., Rubin, M. Publisher’s version. Rubin, M. Time and money explain social class differences in students’ social integration at university. Publisher’s version. Publisher’s free version. Self-archived version. Publisher’s version. Self-archived version. Publisher’s version. Self-archived version. Graf, S., Paolini, S., Rubin, M. European Journal of Social Psychology, 44, 536-547.. ...
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*  Master of Arts in Community Social Psychology
... Current Students. Graduate Programs. Connections for Faculty. Campus Recreation Center. Master of Arts in Community Social Psychology About Us. Community Opportunities. Master of Arts in Community Social Psychology Home. Psychology. Graduate Programs. Master of Arts in Community Social Psychology. There are a variety of research opportunities available to our students including thesis, project, and involvement in faculty research in a variety of capacities. Thesis and Project Options To earn the 36 credits needed for the Master's degree, matriculated students in Community Social Psychology have the option, in consultation with a faculty member of completing either a thesis or a project. Note that neither the thesis nor project are required nor are they guaranteed options. The project may also be a piece of research, though narrower in scope and more focused than a thesis e.g., a pilot study or a program evaluation. Completion of a thesis is not appropriate for all students, but might be a good choice for...
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*  genetic | Social Psychology Eye
genetic. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Obesity has been rated as the No.1 health problem for American children, according to a 2009 poll conducted by C.S. Up to one out of every five children in the U.S. Obesity places children at risk of developing chronic diseases such as heart disease and diabetes later in life. The most common causes are genetic factors, lack of physical activity, unhealthy eating patterns, or a combination of these factors. Although factors associated with and possible causes of obesity are complex, a child s total diet and activity level play an important role in determining a child s weight. Reducing the prevalence of childhood obesity is a public health challenge, and schools and parents have the potential to play a powerful role in diminishing this serious health crisis. Obesity Is Biggest Health Problem for Kids WebMD News. A., Bray, M.A., Kehle, T.J. Introduction to the special issue: Childhood obesity. Posted in Health, Social Influence. Tagged children, chronic di...
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*  quiting smoking | Social Psychology Eye
quiting smoking. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Tag Archives: quiting smoking RIP Cpt. Phil. Phil died of a massive stroke at the untimely age of 53 on February 9 th, 2010, while tapping the latest season of the hit series Deadliest Catch . While I enjoyed the series, I wouldn’t consider myself a die-hard fan; I just learned of Cpt. But during last night’s show, learning about the man through the stories told by his closest friends, it was like reliving my own father’s death and listening to his friends tell similar stories. While their personal habits may be seen to some as crude or even selfish—in the sense that their habits lead to their untimely deaths—those who were closest to them seemed to admire their rebel spirits. While I admire these men, I also remember that they were fathers who left their loved ones behind far to early. So I must ask myself, should we me, my brother, Joe Jr., and Phil’s sons, josh and Jake live like our fathers who we loved and admire dearly, or change. Though I c...
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*  motivation to quite smoking | Social Psychology Eye
motivation to quite smoking. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Tag Archives: motivation to quite smoking RIP Cpt. Phil died of a massive stroke at the untimely age of 53 on February 9 th, 2010, while tapping the latest season of the hit series Deadliest Catch . While I enjoyed the series, I wouldn’t consider myself a die-hard fan; I just learned of Cpt. But during last night’s show, learning about the man through the stories told by his closest friends, it was like reliving my own father’s death and listening to his friends tell similar stories. While I admire these men, I also remember that they were fathers who left their loved ones behind far to early. So I must ask myself, should we me, my brother, Joe Jr., and Phil’s sons, josh and Jake live like our fathers who we loved and admire dearly, or change. Though I can’t speak for the other sons in this story, I can speak for myself. 1 Comment Posted in Emotion and Motivation, Gender, Health, Personality, Social Influence Tagged Bereavement, Cpt. P...
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*  08 | September | 2010 | Social Psychology Eye
September. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Reasons for love. September 8, 2010. Kevin Betts. For me, the most interesting part of this article was that the author was able to identify these reasons. Can one have reasons for love. Should one have reasons for love. Although many laypersons may be unaware of the reasons they fell in love with their past and present partners, reasons do exist. Robert Solomon attempted to capture some of these reasons in a 2002 article entitled, “ Reasons for Love ” I borrowed the title. When we consider the possibility of falling in love, we may justify the positive emotions we experience with our beloved with reasons for those emotions. One may also fall in love because of properties of the beloved. Properties may include things like attractiveness as described above, but they may also include things like a sense of humor, wit, or charm. What is interesting to me is not the specific reasons why love comes to fruition, but rather that reasons exist. Can you identify...
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*  Diagnostic and Statistical Manual | Social Psychology Eye
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Tag Archives: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual The myth of mental illness. In discussing the development of the concept of madness as a consequence of the scientific rationality of the Enlightenment, it suggests that mental disorders should be viewed as a social construction rather than the medical condition they are typically seen as within contemporary Western society. Although it may seem counter-intuitive in the age of Prozac, mental disorders are much less well defined medical conditions than they may first appear. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders DSM of the American Psychiatric Association typically lists large number of symptoms for any given condition, and it is only necessary to present a small number of these in order to be diagnosed. 1 Comment Posted in Critical Social Psychology, Health, History Tagged American Psychiatric Assocation, culture-bound syndrome, depression, Diagnostic and Statist...
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*  insanity | Social Psychology Eye
Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Although it may seem counter-intuitive in the age of Prozac, mental disorders are much less well defined medical conditions than they may first appear. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders DSM of the American Psychiatric Association typically lists large number of symptoms for any given condition, and it is only necessary to present a small number of these in order to be diagnosed. Furthermore, a culture-bound syndrome such as koro, or genital retraction syndrome GRS, which occurs in parts of Africa and south-east Asia and involves the belief that one s external genitals are disappearing, may appear strange and somewhat unlikely to those used to Western disorders. 1 Comment Posted in Critical Social Psychology, Health, History Tagged American Psychiatric Assocation, culture-bound syndrome, depression, Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, drapetomania, DSM, DSM-IV-TR, DSM-V, Enlightenment, female hysteria, Foucault, Freud, genital retraction synd...
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*  Ethan Zell
... Social Psychology Network Maintained by Scott Plous, Wesleyan University. SPN on Facebook. Listserv Message Center. Social Media Directory. Search. All Links Books Journals Articles Software Courses People Organizations. Partner Sites Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Society of Experimental Social Psychology. Social Psychology Pages Social Psychology Topics. Online Psychology Studies. Ethan Zell. Files. Institution University of North Carolina at Greensboro Current Position Assistant Professor Highest Degree Ph.D. in Social Psychology from Ohio University, 2010 My research examines self and social perception. Specifically, I am interested in the effect of social comparison information on self-evaluation, and whether some comparisons have a greater influence than others. Primary Interests: Group Processes Interpersonal Processes Motivation, Goal Setting Person Perception Self and Identity Social Cognition. Note from the Network : The holder of this profile has certified having all necessary ...
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*  Intrapersonal Processes | Social Psychology Eye | Page 2
Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Fetterman s posts here. 1 Comment Posted in Culture and Diversity, Emotion and Motivation, Intrapersonal Processes, Personality Tagged Adam K. Friends and Facebook: Online social behavior- not that different from the real world. Symbolic immortality and atheism. 3 comments By, Adam K. 3 Comments Posted in Critical Social Psychology, Culture and Diversity, Emotion and Motivation, Group/Intergroup Processes, Intrapersonal Processes, Uncategorized Tagged Adam K. Fetterman, Atheism, Christopher Hitchens, death, death anxiety, Death Thoughts, Esophageal Cancer, Existential Issues, existential terror, Existential threat, Immortality, Jacob Juhl, Literal Immortality, Mortality Salience, New Atheism, Self-sacrifice, suicide, Symbolic Immortality, Terror Management Theory, terrorism, TMT. 4 Comments Posted in Critical Social Psychology, Culture and Diversity, Emotion and Motivation, Group/Intergroup Processes, Intrapersonal Processes, Personality, Social Influence Tagged A...
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*  European Journal of Social Psychology - Wiley Online Library
... Skip to Main Content. Password. Forgotten Password. Social Psychology. Social Psychology. European Journal of Social Psychology. JOURNAL TOOLS. Get New Content Alerts. JOURNAL MENU. Journal Home. FIND ISSUES. Current Issue. All Issues. Virtual Issues. FIND ARTICLES. Early View. OnlineOpen. Submit an Article. ABOUT THIS JOURNAL. Permissions. Contact. SPECIAL FEATURES. Call for Papers for Special Issue. Call for Papers for Special Section. European Journal of Social Psychology. John Wiley Sons Ltd. ISI Journal Citation Reports Ranking: 2014: 26/62 Psychology Social. Online ISSN: 1099-0992. Recently Published Issues. Current Issue: August 2015. Volume 45, Issue 5. Volume 45, Issue 4. Volume 45, Issue 3. March 2015. Volume 45, Issue 2. Volume 45, Issue 1. Winner of Early Career Best Manuscript Award. Early Career Best Manuscript Award. 2013 Winner Barbora Nevicka. M Van Vianen and Femke S. Ten Velden Uncertainty enhances the preference for narcissistic leaders August, 2013. 2012 Winner Elaine M. Boucher Elia...
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*  List of social psychology theories
... Rather than seeking global theories of human behavior, as are frequently found in personality theory, social psychology utilizes a wide range of specific 'theories' for various kinds of social and cognitive phenomena. Cognitive dissonance – was originally based on the concept of cognitive consistency, but is now more related to self-concept theory. Elaboration likelihood model – maintains that information processing, often in the case of a persuasion attempt can be divided into two separate processes based on the "likelihood of cognitive elaborations," that is, whether people think critically about the content of a message, or respond to superficial aspects of the message and other immediate cues. 2001 'Journal of Economic Surveys' '15' 5 :589–611 Observational learning social learning – suggests that behaviour can be acquired by observation and imitation of others, unlike traditional learning theories which require reinforcement or punishment for learning to occur. Extrinsic self perceptions can lead to...
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*  Applying social psychology research on why people intervene to our work | National Sexual Violence R
Applying social psychology research on why people intervene to our work. National Sexual Violence Resource Center NSVRC. Skip to main content. About Us Contact Us My Account. Log In. Search form. Search this site. HOME RESOURCES. News Projects Publications Organizations Experts Library. CONNECT. Conference Calendar Opportunities Blogs Podcasts xCHANGE. eLEARNING. Campus Browse Portal Search Portal Submit Tool. LIBRARY STORE Donate to NSVRC. HOME. CONNECT. XCHANGE FORUM. Bystander Intervention program models. Applying social psychology research on why people intervene to our work. Applying social psychology research on why people intervene to our work. 1 post / 0 new. Topic locked. 04/09/2011. #1. vbanyard. Offline. Last seen: 4 years 5 months ago. Applying social psychology research on why people intervene to our work. We know from social psychology research that a number of factors make it more likely that someone will intervene:. 1 They notice the problem and label it as a problem along the continuum of sex...
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*  Existential threat | Social Psychology Eye
Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Tag Archives: Existential threat Symbolic immortality and atheism. 3 Comments Posted in Critical Social Psychology, Culture and Diversity, Emotion and Motivation, Group/Intergroup Processes, Intrapersonal Processes, Uncategorized Tagged Adam K. Fetterman, Atheism, Christopher Hitchens, death, death anxiety, Death Thoughts, Esophageal Cancer, Existential Issues, existential terror, Existential threat, Immortality, Jacob Juhl, Literal Immortality, Mortality Salience, New Atheism, Self-sacrifice, suicide, Symbolic Immortality, Terror Management Theory, terrorism, TMT. Similar to atheism, Terror Management Theory TMT would explain that vegetarians/vegans may come to be derogated by meat-eaters because they challenge a long held world-view that animals are to be eaten. And, according to research on TMT, death thoughts lead to out-group derogation Greenberg Kosloff, 2008. Therefore, it is possible that when vegetarians/vegans are eating with meat-eaters, the meat-eaters...
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*  Sam Harris | Social Psychology Eye
Sam Harris. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Tag Archives: Sam Harris Free will is the new god. The fact that Sam Harris and Jerry Coyne with largely science-minded and atheist followings have had to write numerous blog posts to continue arguing against free will, speaks to prevalence of the belief in free will. Sam Harris blog posts. Morality without free will. Fetterman s posts here. 5 Comments Posted in Critical Social Psychology, Culture and Diversity, Emotion and Motivation, Methods and Philosophy Tagged Adam K. Fetterman, Arguments, Atheism, cross-cultural psychology, Determinism, Free will, god, Jerry Coyne, religion, Sam Harris, science, THe Mind. Another researcher arguing that religion is not the ultimate source of morality and pro-social behavior is Sam Harris. 1 Comment Posted in Culture and Diversity, Emotion and Motivation, Intrapersonal Processes, Personality Tagged Adam K. Fetterman, anger, Atheism, Atheist Billboard, Atheists, Christian, Christianity, Christmas, god, holiday, mor...
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*  behavioral economics | Social Psychology Eye
behavioral economics. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. The Psychology of the Soda Tax. And, here in New York, one suggestion to generate revenue is to implement a soda tax on sugary beverages. New York governor for now David Patterson has proposed a soda tax and a recent study in the New England Journal of Medicine backs him up. The study argues that a penny-per-ounce tax on sugary beverages would simultaneously raise revenue and reduce consumption. The beverage industry, however, counters that the two indulgences are not comparable. Both sides have their advocates and talking points, but what can psychology tell us about why soda taxes and other taxes aimed at junk food can be effective. we have an obesity epidemic. therefore we should reduce consumption of sugar. therefore the overall consumption of sugary drinks will decrease. sugar consumption will decrease. healthcare costs associated with obesity will decrease. If you want to know more about the research behind each step the Rudd Center for...
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*  shooting | Social Psychology Eye
Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Leave a comment By, Adam K. Leave a comment Posted in Emotion and Motivation, Social Cognition, Social Influence Tagged Adam K. Fetterman, Arizona, Arizona Shooting, Blame, Gabrielle Giffords, guns, Hindsight Bias, Jared Loughner, mental health, motivation, Predictability, Randomness, shooting, violence. Did intergroup threat act as a precursor to the Arizona shooting rampage. At a past political event, he asked Giffords questions along the lines of “What do you think of these people who are working for the government and they can’t describe what they do?” and “What is government if words have no meaning?” Loughner’s political leanings are unclear, but friends say he expressed dissatisfaction with Giffords and her views. Could perceptions of threat posed by the views of Giffords and her constituents have contributed to Loughner’s violent rampage. Leave a comment Posted in Group/Intergroup Processes Tagged Arizona, Gabrielle Giffords, intergroup threat theory, Jare...
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*  12 | March | 2010 | Social Psychology Eye
Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. The Psychology of the Soda Tax. And, here in New York, one suggestion to generate revenue is to implement a soda tax on sugary beverages. New York governor for now David Patterson has proposed a soda tax and a recent study in the New England Journal of Medicine backs him up. The study argues that a penny-per-ounce tax on sugary beverages would simultaneously raise revenue and reduce consumption. The beverage industry, however, counters that the two indulgences are not comparable. Both sides have their advocates and talking points, but what can psychology tell us about why soda taxes and other taxes aimed at junk food can be effective. we have an obesity epidemic. therefore we should reduce consumption of sugar. therefore the overall consumption of sugary drinks will decrease. as these drinks gain more market share our dependence on soda will decrease and we ll naturally change our behavior to consume more healthy alternatives. sugar consumption will decrease. heal...
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*  stereotype | Social Psychology Eye
Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. 1 Comment Posted in Critical Social Psychology, Culture and Diversity, Emotion and Motivation Tagged Angry atheists, Arrogant Atheists, Atheism, belief, Christopher Hitchens, Daniel Dennett, Existential threat, god, Mortality, New Atheism, Prejudice, religion, reputation, Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, stereotype, Terror Managment Theory, Worldview. September 2, 2009. Girls internalized their gender role during the process of socialization. The relations among feminist identity development, gender-role orientation, and psychological well-being in women. 1 Comment Posted in Culture and Diversity, Emotion and Motivation, Gender, Personality, Social Influence Tagged communication, confidence, courage, cross cultural differences, feminine, gender role, masculine, self-concept, socialization, stereotype. 1 Comment Posted in Culture and Diversity, Group/Intergroup Processes, Intrapersonal Processes Tagged Austria, Borat, Brüno, breach studies, cinema, comedy, controversy,...
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*  rumination | Social Psychology Eye
rumination. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Skip to content. Home. About. Disclaimer. Featured Journals. News Editors. Tag Archives: rumination. What makes us happy on Valentine’s Day. Posted on. February 14, 2011. by. rachelraysteele. 1 comment. Cut-out book of Valentines circa 1940. Valentine’s Day was established in honor of three early Christian martyrs named Saint Valentine, but today people celebrate romantic love or love more generally. Since romance is so salient on this holiday, people who are single can feel ostracized and sometimes motivated to support an anti-love mantra. I wonder if the second biggest Hallmark holiday is really worth the hype either for or against. Is love or a partner really what makes people happy in life. Perhaps one of the answers can be found by looking at one of the current hot topics in social psychology research: the intersection of emotion regulation and well being. A quick look at the latest program from the annual meeting of the Society for Personality an...
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*  | from Psychology: An Introduction | in Chapter 15: Social Psychology | Table of Contents | in Cha
from Psychology: An Introduction. in Chapter 15: Social Psychology. Table of Contents. in Chapter 15: Social. from Psychology: An Introduction by Russ Dewey. Psych Web home page. Psychology: An Introduction Table of Contents. Next page Copyright 2007-2011 Russ Dewey. Chapter 15: Social Psychology. Part One: Group Influences. Conformity Sherif 1936 : Group Norms and Conformity Asch 1951 : Conformity Obedience: Milgram 1963 Was Milgram's Research Ethical. Persuasion and Attitude Change Hovland's Analysis of Persuasion The Elaboration Likelihood Model The Sleeper Effect The Power of Fear Brainwashing Inoculation and Forewarning Cognitive Dissonance Attitude-Discrepant Behavior Summary: Group Influences. Part Two: Organizations and Movements. Organizations and Movements Initiation Rituals Charismatic Movements Demonizing the Enemy Dealing with Deviants Industrial/Organizational Psychology Personnel Psychology Consumer Psychology Human Factors Psychology Organizational Psychology Summary: Organizations and Movemen...
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*  Service | Social Psychology Eye
Service. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Skip to content. Home. About. Disclaimer. Featured Journals. News Editors. Tag Archives: Service. When Perspective Taking Counts. Posted on. February 7, 2010. by. Andres Olide. Leave a comment. A BBC news correspondent wrote a piece about living in Paris. The theme focused on equality between service providers and their patrons at times leaving the reader aghast. For example the writer tells of taxi drivers ignoring her because of the inconvenience of carrying crutches because of a broken foot. And when the patron asked the taxi driver for accommodation the taxi sped away. Drawing a sharp contrast the correspondent notes that one would not find that type of service in London, or the U.S. Yet before the reader gets a chance to make dispositional attributions about the service workers the writer introduces some perspective. The writer introduces the idea that service workers are asserting themselves and want to be treated as equals. Had the readers been lef...
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*  Social Influence | Social Psychology Eye | Page 5
Social Influence. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Category Archives: Social Influence Older posts Newer posts. 1 comment By: Erica Zaiser. 1 Comment Posted in Culture and Diversity, Group/Intergroup Processes, Social Cognition, Social Influence Tagged 2008, 2012, black voters, candidates, Christian, confederate flag, conservative, democrat, election, liberal, obama, Political Psychology, politics, presidential election, race, racism, republican, south, voters, Voting Behavior, white voters. Leave a comment By Erica Zaiser. Leave a comment Posted in Critical Social Psychology, Emotion and Motivation, Group/Intergroup Processes, History, Social Influence Tagged Affect, budget cuts, Camilla, car attack, collective action, fees increase, London students, mass protesting, non-normative action, Prince Charles, protest, protesters, Psychology, Royal family, social identity, student riots, tuition increase, UK protests, violence. 1 Comment Posted in Culture and Diversity, Personality, Social Influence T...
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*  James Coan (University of Virginia, Charlottesville) on ResearchGate - Expertise: Social Psychology,
James Coan University of Virginia, Charlottesville on ResearchGate - Expertise: Social Psychology, Emotion, Clinical Psychology. For full functionality of ResearchGate it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Here are the instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser. James Coan. University of Virginia, Charlottesville. Social Psychology, Emotion, Clinical Psychology. PhD. 34.63. Connect. Overview. Contributions. Info. Stats. James Coan has. 77. Publications. 9k. Reads. 2,714. Citations. 186.97. Impact Points. View stats. Featured publications. View all. Article:. Spatial Bayesian variable selection and grouping for high-dimensional scalar-on-image regression. Fan Li. Tingting Zhang. Quanli Wang. Marlen Z. Gonzalez. Erin L. Maresh. James A. Coan. 4 Reads. 0 Citations. Source Available from: Tsachi Ein-Dor. Article:. Sugarcoated isolation: Evidence that social avoidance is linked to higher basal glucose levels and higher consumption of glucose. Tsachi Ein-Dor. James A Coan. Abira Reizer. Elizabeth B G...
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*  negative affect | Social Psychology Eye
negative affect. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. What is it about groups that promotes aggression. For example, hostile cognitions and negative affect are known to promote aggression among individuals. 2007 suggest that in group contexts, both hostile cognitions and negative affect are more likely to emerge and therefore promote aggressive reactions. There are many situational factors that promote disinhibition, and thus aggression, among individuals e.g., alcohol. 2007 supports the notion that groups are more likely than individuals to react aggressively given a competitive or aggressive context, and identifies situational elements that promote aggression among groups. Hostile cognitions, negative affect, disinhibition, and other factors likely influenced the protestors in Egypt, the passengers angry over baggage fees, and the shooters at Youngstown State University. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 1, 298-312. Posted in Group/Intergroup Processes. Tagged aggression, Airlines, anti-go...
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*  Jerry Suls
... Social Psychology Network Maintained by Scott Plous, Wesleyan University. SPN on Facebook. Listserv Message Center. Partner Sites Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Social Psychology Pages Social Psychology Topics. Online Psychology Studies. SPN User Policy. Jerry Suls. Files. in Social Psychology from Temple University, 1973 Online Media Facebook Page LinkedIn Profile ResearchGate Profile. Professor Suls has research interests in social comparison, health psychology, stress, reactivity, and personality. Specific projects concern the effects of multiple social comparisons, the above/below average effect, assimilation-contrast effects, and social norms. Primary Interests: Health Psychology Interpersonal Processes Judgment and Decision Making Person Perception Personality, Individual Differences Persuasion, Social Influence Self and Identity. Note from the Network : The holder of this profile has certified having all necessary rights, licenses, and authorization to post the files listed below. ...
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*  parenting | Social Psychology Eye
Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Tag Archives: parenting Despite claims, children of same-sex parents doing no worse than other children Posted on. Erica Zaiser. Leave a comment By Erica Zaiser. Read More: Children of Lesbian and Gay Parents. Leave a comment Posted in Gender, Social Influence Tagged adoption, behaviour, child, child development, Discrimination, family, gay, gay parenting, gays, homosexual agenda, homosexual parents, lesbian, lgbt, marriage, Mexico, parenting, society, Supreme Court, well adjusted. Erica Zaiser. In other words, baby carriers offer more physical contacts between infants and their parents which were considered as crucial to develop secure attachment relationship according to attachment theory. 5 Comments Posted in Emotion and Motivation, Health, Social Influence Tagged attachment, attachment theory, autonomy-support., baby carrier, Bowlby, explore, infant, maternal sensitivity, parenting, parents, physical contact, secure, secure base, stroller. Erica Zaiser. By Eri...
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*  24 | August | 2009 | Social Psychology Eye
24. August. 2009. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Skip to content Home. About. Disclaimer. Featured Journals. News Editors. Daily Archives: August 24, 2009 Exercise and addiction Posted on. August 24, 2009. by. Matthew Hall. 1 comment According to the Daily Mail, neuroscientists from Tufts University, Boston suggest that exercise can be as addictive as heroin. Apparently mild exercise such as jogging or bike riding can turn into triathlons and 100-mile bike rides. Biologists direct our attention to adrenalin, endorphins and even a genetic disposition to addictive behaviours, whereas, as social psychologists we are interested in the social conditioning aspect of that behaviour. Addictive behaviour then, is described in terms of its ability to resolve ego deficiencies or other psychological deficits—brought on, for example, by fear of social ridicule. With much of society now focused on obesity and with an abundance of media images and articles describing how one can get the perfect body, it is ha...
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*  16 | October | 2009 | Social Psychology Eye
16. October. 2009. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Skip to content. Home. About. Disclaimer. Featured Journals. News Editors. Daily Archives: October 16, 2009. Alternative Pain Medicine: A Loved One s Picture. Posted on. October 16, 2009. by. Andres Olide. Leave a comment. Been to the doctor for a painful medical procedure lately. How about overexerted yourself over the weekend during a ballgame with your buddies. In either case, over the counter pain medication, or analgesics if you prefer, will do. An overwhelming number of pharmaceutical companies have some sort of chemical concoction waiting to be picked up at the local pharmacy. Recent findings however may change the way people think about mitigating pain. Evidently the mere mental representation of a partner is enough to mitigate experienced pain Master et al., 2009. Not surprisingly holding the hand of one’s partner during a painful procedure is better than holding a strangers if both were to stand behind a curtain. Would you guess that t...
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*  analgesics | Social Psychology Eye
analgesics. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Skip to content. Home. About. Disclaimer. Featured Journals. News Editors. Tag Archives: analgesics. Alternative Pain Medicine: A Loved One s Picture. Posted on. October 16, 2009. by. Andres Olide. Leave a comment. Been to the doctor for a painful medical procedure lately. How about overexerted yourself over the weekend during a ballgame with your buddies. In either case, over the counter pain medication, or analgesics if you prefer, will do. An overwhelming number of pharmaceutical companies have some sort of chemical concoction waiting to be picked up at the local pharmacy. Recent findings however may change the way people think about mitigating pain. Evidently the mere mental representation of a partner is enough to mitigate experienced pain Master et al., 2009. Not surprisingly holding the hand of one’s partner during a painful procedure is better than holding a strangers if both were to stand behind a curtain. Would you guess that the picture of o...
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*  Cosmetics | Social Psychology Eye
Cosmetics. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Skip to content Home. About. Disclaimer. Featured Journals. News Editors. Tag Archives: Cosmetics Ageing, beauty and women’s bodies Posted on. July 27, 2009. by. Matthew Hall. Leave a comment The recent article in the Daily Mail newspaper ‘No longer the bees knees: Should any woman show her legs after 40?’ tells us much about the social expectations of feminine identities. In Western societies femininity is presented, in various media discourses e.g. film, newspapers, in opposition to hegemonic masculine identities. Although media discourses constitute ‘ideal’ femininities, many women act upon and determine their own individual identities in relation to them. ‘Ideal’ femininity typically encompasses aspects of beauty, slenderness and stylishness, which are commonly linked to the youthful body. The individual can attempt to gain or maintain those aspects of femininity by consuming a myriad of anti-ageing and grooming products, cosmetics and various diet ...
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*  Asperger’s syndrome | Social Psychology Eye
Asperger s syndrome. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Skip to content Home. About. Disclaimer. Featured Journals. News Editors. Tag Archives: Asperger s syndrome Asperger s, Aliens, America Posted on. December 7, 2009. by. :-. . Leave a comment Last-ditch attempts by British citizen Gary McKinnon to prevent his extradition to the United States US for the biggest military computer hack of all time have recently been rejected by the home secretary. This will make McKinnon the first person in the world to be extradited to the US for computer misuse. McKinnon, however, insists that his actions were simply a misguided attempt to uncover evidence of UFO technology that he believed was being concealed by the US government, rather than a maliciously motivated attempt to cause deliberate damage. Furthermore, McKinnon has been diagnosed by autism expert Professor Simon Baron-Cohen, cousin of the comedian Sacha Baron-Cohen, as suffering from the mental disorder of Asperger s syndrome. This condition can res...
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*  Social Psychology, Calamities, and Sports Law by Michael McCann :: SSRN
Social Psychology, Calamities, and Sports Law by Michael McCann :: SSRN. http://ssrn.com/abstract=919310. Download This Paper Open PDF in Browser. If you have any problems with this purchase, please contact us for assistance by email: Support@SSRN.com or by phone: 877-SSRNHelp 877 777 6435 in the United States, or +1 585 442 8170 outside of the United States. Social Psychology, Calamities, and Sports Law. Michael McCann. This Article examines the role of situational pressures, fundamental attribution errors, and legal frameworks in how professional sports actors respond to the threat and occurrence of calamities. Such threats may include catastrophic weather, natural disasters, terrorist attacks, and communicable disease pandemics. In response to these threats, professional sports leagues, professional athletes, fans, and media might engage in unprecedented behavior. These phenomena beg an obvious question for legal scholars: Can the law be used to mollify the cognitive distortions and situational influences ...
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*  12 | August | 2009 | Social Psychology Eye
12. August. 2009. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Skip to content. Home. About. Disclaimer. Featured Journals. News Editors. Daily Archives: August 12, 2009. It s all in the attitude. Posted on. August 12, 2009. by. Courtney Ignarri. Leave a comment. Preventative care and aggressive follow-up treatment may not be the only things one needs to combat maladies like heart disease and cancer. Optimism could also be critical for recovery and general well-being. This week the BBC highlighted a study in which optimistic women had lower risks of suffering from heart disease and death over an eight year period Tindle Steinbaum, 2009. While this study links optimism and longevity, positive outlook is also associated with better health Kamen Seligman, 1987, greater achievement Seligman, Nolen-Hoeksema, Thornton, and Thornton, 1990, persistence in achieving high-priority goals Geers, Wellman, Lassiter, 2009, lower levels of stress Crosno, Rinaldo, Black, Kelley 2009, and better emotional health Matthews Cook...
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*  flu | Social Psychology Eye
flu. Social Psychology Eye. Social Psychology Eye. Skip to content. Home. About. Disclaimer. Featured Journals. News Editors. Tag Archives: flu. Self-Serving Biases Influence Preventative Health Behaviors. Posted on. September 9, 2009. by. Courtney Ignarri. Leave a comment. The upcoming cold and flu season promises to be a trying one. In addition to dealing with the usual aches, pains, and discomfort associated with illness this time of year many are becoming anxious over the resurgence of the swine flu. Symptoms that normally would not cause fear or panic are likely to be over scrutinized sending an abundance of patients to hospitals, clinics, and doctor’s offices over the next few months. While vaccines will be available in mid-October, psychologists have an interesting take on who is most likely to take advantage of them. Research has shown that while most people were biased in thinking that their health was superior to others, those who expressed the intention to get inoculated among other things expresse...
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*  Steve Sailer: iSteve: Social Psychology & Priming: Art Wears Off
... skip to main. skip to sidebar. Steve Sailer: iSteve. February 5, 2013. Social Psychology & Priming: Art Wears Off. One of the most popular social psychology studies of the Malcolm Gladwell Era has been Yale professor John Bargh's paper on how you can " prime " students to walk more slowly by first having them do word puzzles that contain a hidden theme of old age by the inclusion of words like "wrinkle" and "bingo." The primed subjects then took one second longer on average to walk down the hall than the unprimed control group. Isn't that amazing. Here's Gladwell's description of Bargh's famous experiment in his 2005 bestseller Blink. This finding has electrified the Airport Book industry for years: Science proves you can manipulate people into doing what you want them to. Why you'd want college students to walk slower is unexplained, but that's not the point. The point is that Science proves that people are manipulable. Now, a large fraction of the buyers of Airport Books like Blink are marketing and ad...
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*  Steve Sailer: iSteve: Social Psychology & Priming: Art Wears Off
... skip to main. skip to sidebar. Steve Sailer: iSteve. February 5, 2013. Social Psychology & Priming: Art Wears Off. One of the most popular social psychology studies of the Malcolm Gladwell Era has been Yale professor John Bargh's paper on how you can " prime " students to walk more slowly by first having them do word puzzles that contain a hidden theme of old age by the inclusion of words like "wrinkle" and "bingo." The primed subjects then took one second longer on average to walk down the hall than the unprimed control group. Isn't that amazing. Here's Gladwell's description of Bargh's famous experiment in his 2005 bestseller Blink. This finding has electrified the Airport Book industry for years: Science proves you can manipulate people into doing what you want them to. Why you'd want college students to walk slower is unexplained, but that's not the point. The point is that Science proves that people are manipulable. Now, a large fraction of the buyers of Airport Books like Blink are marketing and ad...
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*  Steve Sailer: iSteve: Social Psychology & Priming: Art Wears Off
... skip to main. skip to sidebar. Steve Sailer: iSteve. February 5, 2013. Social Psychology & Priming: Art Wears Off. One of the most popular social psychology studies of the Malcolm Gladwell Era has been Yale professor John Bargh's paper on how you can " prime " students to walk more slowly by first having them do word puzzles that contain a hidden theme of old age by the inclusion of words like "wrinkle" and "bingo." The primed subjects then took one second longer on average to walk down the hall than the unprimed control group. Isn't that amazing. Here's Gladwell's description of Bargh's famous experiment in his 2005 bestseller Blink. This finding has electrified the Airport Book industry for years: Science proves you can manipulate people into doing what you want them to. Why you'd want college students to walk slower is unexplained, but that's not the point. The point is that Science proves that people are manipulable. Now, a large fraction of the buyers of Airport Books like Blink are marketing and ad...
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*  Self-knowledge (psychology)
Self-knowledge psychology. Self-knowledge psychology. The social world. As cited in, C., & Brewer, M. 'Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 35' 9,677-688 Patients with Alzheimer's who have difficulty recognizing their own family have not shown evidence of self-knowledge. Self-knowledge of an amnesia patient: Toward a neuropsychology of personality and social psychology. 'The self.' USA: McGraw-Hill There are three considerations which underlie this need: Brown, J. 'Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 62,'392-401 We feel more comfortable and secure when we believe that others see us in the same way that we see ourselves. Two particular processes are important: ' Social Comparison Theory ' 'Reflected Appraisals'. 'Psychological Bulletin', '106', 231-248 Complications of the social comparison theory. 'Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 21,'1200-1209 the need to feel good about ourselves affects the social comparison process. There are three processes that influence how people acquir...
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List of social psychology theoriesAssistive cane: An assistive cane is a walking stick used as a crutch or mobility aid.Genetics of social behavior: The genetics of social behavior is an area of research that attempts to address the question of the role that genes play in modulating the neural circuits in the brain which influence social behavior. Model genetic species, such as D.Interpersonal reflex: Interpersonal reflex is a term created by Timothy Leary and explained in the book, Interpersonal Diagnosis of Personality: A functional theory and methodology for personality evaluation (1957).Bristol Activities of Daily Living Scale: The Bristol Activities of Daily Living Scale (BADLS) is a 20-item questionnaire designed to measure the ability of someone with dementia to carry out daily activities such as dressing, preparing food and using transport.The Ayurvedic Trust: The Ayurvedic Trust (AVT), founded in 1950, is a health-related trust in India. It is headquartered at Coimbatore, the second largest city of Tamil Nadu in India.Multiple disabilitiesClimate change in Sweden: The issue of climate change has received significant public and political attention in Sweden and the mitigation of its effects has been high on the agenda of the two latest Governments of Sweden, the previous Cabinet of Göran Persson (-2006) and the current Cabinet of Fredrik Reinfeldt (2006-). Sweden aims for an energy supply system with zero net atmospheric greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.Neighbourhood: A neighbourhood (Commonwealth English), or neighborhood (American English), is a geographically localised community within a larger city, town, suburb or rural area. Neighbourhoods are often social communities with considerable face-to-face interaction among members.Time-trade-off: Time-Trade-Off (TTO) is a tool used in health economics to help determine the quality of life of a patient or group. The individual will be presented with a set of directions such as:Self-rated health: Self-rated health (also called Self-reported health, Self-assessed health, or perceived health) refers to both a single question such as “in general, would you say that you health is excellent, very good, good, fair, or poor?” and a survey questionnaire in which participants assess different dimensions of their own health.International Disability and Development Consortium: The International Disability and Development Consortium (IDDC) is a global consortium of disability and development related organisations. The aim of IDDC is to promote inclusive development internationally, with a special focus on promoting human rights for all disabled people living in economically poor communities in lower and middle-income countries.Closed-ended question: A closed-ended question is a question format that limits respondents with a list of answer choices from which they must choose to answer the question.Dillman D.Fritz Heider: Fritz Heider (February 19, 1896 – January 2, 1988)American Psychologist., "Fritz Heider (1896 - 1988)".Relative index of inequality: The relative index of inequality (RII) is a regression-based index which summarizes the magnitude of socio-economic status (SES) as a source of inequalities in health. RII is useful because it takes into account the size of the population and the relative disadvantage experienced by different groups.Patient participation: Patient participation, also called shared decision-making, is a process in which both the patient and physician contribute to the medical decision-making process. Under this operating system, health care providers explain treatments and alternatives to patients in order to provide the necessary resources for patients to choose the treatment option that most closely aligns with their unique cultural and personal beliefs.List of kanji by stroke count: This Kanji index method groups together the kanji that are written with the same number of strokes. Currently, there are 2,186 individual kanji listed.Age adjustment: In epidemiology and demography, age adjustment, also called age standardization, is a technique used to allow populations to be compared when the age profiles of the populations are quite different.Brendan Gahan: Brendan Gahan is an American social media marketer, public speaker, and YouTube marketing expert. He is the former Director of Social Media for the creative agency Mekanism where he was responsible for creating viral campaigns for clients including Pepsi, Virgin Mobile, Axe, and 20th Century Fox.Urban Services Department: Urban Services Department () was a government department in Hong Kong. It carried out the policies and managed the facilities of the former Urban Council.Anglo-Saxon royal genealogies: Anglo-Saxon royal genealogies refer collectively to the genealogies of the pre-Viking Anglo-Saxon kingdoms of Britain. These trace the royal families through legendary kings and heroes and usually an eponymous ancestor of their clan, and in most cases converge on the god-hero of the Anglo-Saxon peoples, Woden.Vinnytsia Institute of Economics and Social Sciences: Vinnytsia Institute of Economics and Social Sciences – structural unit of Open International University of Human Development “Ukraine” (OIUHD “Ukraina”).Social history of England: The social history of England evidences many social changes the centuries. These major social changes have affected England both internally and in its relationship with other nations.Okurigana: are kana] suffixes following [[kanji stems in Japanese written words. They serve two purposes: to inflect adjectives and verbs, and to force a particular kanji to mean a specific idea and be read a certain way.Swadeshi Jagaran Manch: The Swadeshi Jagaran Manch or SJM is an economic wing of Sangh Parivar that again took the tool of Swadeshi advocated in India before its independence to destabilize the British Empire. SJM took to the promotion of Swadeshi (indigenous) industries and culture as a dote against LPG.

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