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Psy 351

Megan C

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Across
1.Sub cultures; various distinguishment, etc. (2 Words)
4.Understanding, Prediction, and Description (3 Words)
5.Beliefs about what traits or characteristics tend to go together (3 Words)
8.memory, preferences, judgment etc. (2 Words)
12.Fleeting facial expressions lasting only a few tenths of a second (true feeling about something)
17.The level of interpretations we place on an action; low-level interpretations focus on the action itself while highier-level interpretations focus on its ultimate goals (2 Words)
22.The tendency to attribute positive outcomes to internal causes (e.g. one’s own traits or characteristics) but negative outcomes or events to external causes (e.g. chance, task, difficulty) (2 Words)
24.Communication between individuals that does not involve the consent of spoken language but relies instead on an unspoken language of facial expressions, eye contact, and body language (2 Words)
25.A form of eye contact in which one person continues to gaze steadily at another regardless of what the recipient does
26.Brain function, genes, chemistry, etc. (2 Words)
27.Effects produced by a particular cause that could not be produced by any other apparent cause (2 Words)
28.Instincts influence but so do other factors. Introduced us to experiments (2 Words)
29.The extent to which an individual responds to a given stimulus or situation in the same way on different occasions (i.e. across time)
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2.The tendency to overestimate the impact of dispositional cues on others behavior (3 Words)
3.A theory describing how we use others behavior as a basis for inferring their stable dispositions (2 Words)
6.The process through which we seek to identify the causes of others behavior and so gain knowledge of their stable traits and dispositions
7.The extent to which other people react to some stimulus or even in the same manner as the person we are considering
9.Temp, noise, airports, etc. (2 Words)
10.First textbook ‘Instinctual Behavior’ published in 1908 (2 Words)
11.The process through which we form impressions of others (2 Words)
13.The tendency to explain others actions as stemming from dispositions even in the presence of clear situational causes (2 Words)
14.Refers to a set of values (Accuracy, objectivity, skepticism, and open-mindedness) and a form of method (experimental methods) (2 Words)
15.The tendency to attribute our own behavior mainly to situational causes but the behavior of others mainly to internal (dispositional) causes (2 Words)
16.Cues provided by the position, posture, and movement of others bodies or body parts (2 Words)
18.Efforts by individuals to produce favorable first impressions on others (2 Words)
19.Aspects of speech apart from the meaning of the words employed (2 Words)
20.Difference between Correlational and Experimental
21.The extent to which an individual responds in the same manner to different stimuli or events
23.The process through which we seek to know and understand other people (2 Words)

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