What are loves 3 components?
3 additional qualities of love
What is a secure base in a romantic relationship?
Why should you ride rollercoasters with your girlfriend?
Who falls in love more quickly? Who falls out of love slower
How is love like a drug?
How could the cooling off of passionate love be natural and adaptive?
How does someone with a secure attachment to his partner behave in a romantic relationship?
why do we help according to the social exchange theory?
when do we help according to the social exchange theory?
2 possible external rewards for helping?
2 internal awards for helping
Why would it benefit me to have a mirror in the room when I am asking for donations?
Why would it be beneficial to have someone break something or lie before donating?
2 costs of helping
If I help because I feel I owe you, what norm is affecting my behavior?
How may being helped make someone feel bad about themselves?
What norm do you follow if you feel you need to help those who need help
what is the catch in individualistic cultures?
How is helping behavior in individualistic cultures closely tied to attributions?
Who is more likely to help, men or women?
what circumstances are men more likely to help than women?
In what circumstances are women most likely to help than men
Who is most likely to seek and receive help? Why?
helping from an evolutionary response almost doesn't make sense.. why?
helping behavior makes sense for 2 reasons..what are they?
Why are we more likely to help those who are similar to us?
why do parents often make huge sacrifices for their children?
why would you help your brother in a time of need more than your cousin
Why would I give my life to save your child?
Why is helping behavior most likely in small schools, towns, churches, etc?
What is the bystander effect?
3 reasons why bystander effect occurs
describe darley and batson good samaritan study
Would you be most likely to help an older black man wearing jeans and a tshirt or a middle aged white woman wearing a business suit?
jenna or chelsea?
does altruism actually exist?
mere exposure effect?
How can mere exposure facilitate friendships?
What is the matching phenomenon?
How does the matching phenomenon facilitate healthy friendships?
How do you explain a really attractive person with someone average looking?
Do birds of a feather flock together?
Why is it true that likeness produces liking?
What effect did her mimicking their body language have?
What is false consensus bias?
Why do straight men often dislike gay men while straight women do not?
What is attitude alignment?
What are the certain conditions under which we are likely to like someone that expresses a liking for us
define affiliation motive
2 ways ostracism can be used as punishment
How can chronic ostracism lead to violence?
What is the proximity effect?
How does proximity facilitate friendships
Where are the neural systems in the brain that facilitate aggression?
What are 2 ways that genetics contribute to aggressiveness?
What part of the brain is 14% less active than normal in the brains of serial killers?
3 biochemical influences on aggressiveness?
What does the original frustration aggression hypothesis state?
We sometimes engage in something other than retaliation, what is it?
What is displacement?
2 problems with the original frustration-aggression hypothesis?
What does the revised frustration-aggression hypothesis state?
How can aggression be learned through operant conditioning?
Name 2 rewards of aggression
describe Bandura Bobo Doll study
Briefly explain how aggressiveness does not have to be inherited genetically
What did Azrin discover about aggression and pain?
Describe Berkowitz study
What effect could global warming have on aggression?
Explain the schachter 2 factor theory of emotion
Describe one study conducted by Shachter, supporting his theory of emotion.
Being physically aroused can intensify aggression. Give an example
What is institutional discrimination?
What kind of discrimination can come from a source other than prejudice?
What are stereotypes?
How can stereotypes support or perpetuate prejudices?
How can stereotypes actually help us in certain social situations?
What does it mean to say that some prejudices are implicit?
which tend to last longer, explicit or implicit prejudices?
Explain the Clark & Clark study on racist attitudes in children.
What is modern racism?
What is benevolent sexism?
Distinguish between stereotypes & prejudices
2 examples of subtle gender discrimination
2 social sources of prejudice
How do social inequalities contribute to prejudice?
What does it mean to say that someone is high in social dominance orientation?
How do high social dominance orientation people view their social world?
How can socialization contribute to prejudice?
How does porn contribute to aggression?
What does it mean to say that someone is ethnocentric?
What does the correlation of porn watched and acceptance of the rape myth mean?
What does it mean to say that someone is ethnocentric?
What does it mean to say that someone has an authoritarian personality?
What % of popular tv programs contain violence?
Explain how prejudice can arise from a need for acceptance...
Does viewing violence increase violence?
2 motivational sources of prejudice
Name 2 ways media violence increases violent behavior
What is scapegoating?
How is prejudice displaced agression when referring to scapegoating?
What does the realistic group conflict theory state?
Describe the sherif study
define social scripts
How did sherif resolve the issues with the boys?
What is the ingroup bias?
How does media violence influences us via social scripts?
The ingroup bias is the result of 2 natural tendencies. What are they?
Why is prejudice often greater among those of low status?
What are peripheral group members?
Why is prejudice toward outgroup members often greatest among peripheral group members?
Describe why everyone has some form of prejudice.
How is agression different from anger?
difference between hostile agression & and instrumental agression.
why does data suggest that the death penalty does not reduce homicides?
difference between direct and indirect aggression
Which gender is direct more common? and indirect?
the theory of instinctive aggression fails to account for what variations in aggression?