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Studying for Psychology 104 - Summary
These interactive flashcard sets help you quickly review and remember essential social psychology terminology and topics. The flashcards help you retain concepts including group psychology, social cognition, persuasion, ethics and more. Some of the concepts you can expect to study include:
- Intro to social psychology
- Persuasion and attitudes
- Close relationships and attraction
- Group psychology
- Ethics and research methods in psychology
- Social perception and cognition
- Applied social psychology
- Discrimination, prejudice and stereotypes
- The self
How They Work
Repeating psychology terms through flashcards is an effective method for reviewing and memorizing important concepts, psychologists and definitions.
- Open a flashcard set for the psychology topic you're studying.
- Identify the image, word, or concept on the flashcard.
- Click the button to flip the card and view the answer.
- Select whether you got it right or missed it to keep track of your progress.
- Click the Next arrow to proceed through the psychology flashcard set.
- Review the cards you missed or shuffle all cards back in and go through them again.
Social Psychology Introductory Flashcards
Check out these flashcards to brush up on your knowledge of introductory social psychology topics. Test you understanding of subjects such as the Bobo doll study or key individuals, such as Kurt Lewin, Jane Elliott, and Albert Bandura.
Research Methods & Ethics Flashcards
Find out how well you understand the ethics behind research methods by using these flashcards. You can review ideas such as bias, longitudinal research, and field studies.
Social Cognition & Perception Flashcards
As you get set to take the final exam in social psychology, review the Social Cognition and Perception chapter with these flashcards. You can study topics such as scripts and the Covariation Model of Attribution.
The Self in a Social Context Flashcards
To get the most out of your final exam preparation in social psychology, use these flashcards that focus on the self and social context. You will be reviewing terms like effort justification and environmental cues.
Attitudes & Persuasion in Psychology Flashcards
As you gear up for your exam, use this set of flashcards to review for the Attitudes and Persuasion chapter. You will examine the Theory of Planned Behavior, subliminal messages, attitude inoculation, and more.
Group Psychology Flashcards
See how well you understand group psychology with this flashcard set. You'll be reviewing ideas that include social loafing, norms and idiosyncrasies as well as important individuals involved in the study of group psychology, such as Stanley Milgram.
Attraction & Close Relationships Flashcards
As you get ready to take your exam for the attraction and close relationships chapter, take advantage of these flashcards to review concepts that include the propinquity effect and the equity theory of love.
Stereotypes, Prejudice, & Discrimination Flashcards
Before you begin your final exam in social psychology, try out these flashcards that take you through stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination. You will review topics that include Alfred Kinsey and contact hypothesis.
Applied Social Psychology Flashcards
Before you take the final exam, review what you have learned in social psychology with these flashcards. You can review terms such as the misinformation effect, perceived control, and source monitoring.
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