Looking Out Looking In
Please use the Excel spreadsheet in this conference to record your answers. Write either T for True or F for False, or choose the letter from the multiple-choice items that corresponds to your selected option.
1. Chapter One indicates that effective...
form to an intensive one-on-one in-depth interview. With surveys, you can learn what your target audience is thinking, what motivates them and what’s important to them You can communicate with them to find out what they need or want and how they feel about something : (Schuman pg43) the term "survey" actually...
Frequently Used Shortcuts in Judging Others
We use a number of shortcuts when we judge others. Perceiving and interpret- ing what others do is burdensome. As a result, individuals develop techniques for making the task more manageable. These techniques are frequently valuable—they...
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Here is the website for the textbook, it has flashcards and crossword puzzles. I think it’ll be a lot more easier to use this than to create our own.
Decision making from cognitive or normative perspective can be defined as the process of selecting best logical choice from various available options and choices.
Majority of decisions in business are normative as they are based on logical decision making.
Dr. Yost describes decision making as a concept...
be Included on Exam 2
Chapter 3: Mass Communication, Propaganda and Persuasion:
Media and Emotional contagion
* The rapid transmission of emotions or behaviors through a crowd.
* Tylenol poisoning in Chicago
* Rodney King & LA riots
* Cluster suicides
maintained by our ability to imagine those goals before they happen
*Stimulus ( Image ( Behavior ( Goal
2) What is an image? Where do images reside? Howdo they influence behavior as
efference copies or search images?
Images: internal representations or descriptions of an external event
* Howdoyou decide you want to buy
* Other products you consider buying
* Gathering and evaluating info
* Where you buy
* Howdoyou pay for the product/purchase/transaction method
* Additional services (i.e. warranties)
* Howyou transport product home
The issue of bias in qualitative research is an important one, and demands special attention and discussion in any qualitative research methods class. This reflective paper, written in the tradition of teacher-research, presents an analysis of how my students and I, working in an online classroom...
testable and falsifiable Generated more exploration Applicable to life Hypotheses: the edited Theory. What constitutes a good theory? Have your theory; generated your hypothesis; now what? Laboratory approach Field approach
Controlled environment Natural environment Remember: correlational research does...
observation or the scientific method
What Do Psychologists Do?
Psychology is a broad field with many specialties, grouped in 3 major categories:
Teaching of Psychology
What Do Psychologists Do?
* Core topics include motivation, leader behavior and power, interpersonal communication, group structure and processes, personality, emotions, and values, attitude development and perception, change processes, conflict and negotiation, work design
* Systematic study – looking at relationships...
the probability of an event by how easy it is to think of examples because of the affect and availability heuristics. They tend to be swayed in making decisions because of the desire to avoid loss. And by avoiding loss and economic rationality you forgo the fairness bias. By believing that an outcome...
problems of bias and selection.
In this essay, I will examine whether it is possible to gain knowledge from different sources even with problems in today’s world such as bias and selection. In order to gain a better understanding of this topic, it is necessary to first define the terms "bias" and "selection"...
actions, or presence of people have on our attitudes, thoughts, feelings and behavior
The way people interpret the social environment. (Howdoyou construe someone's behavior? Is it polite, rude etc?)
aspects of personalities that makes people unique
Deliberative Decision Making Chen-Bo Zhong
University of Toronto
Research on ethical decision making has been heavily inﬂuenced by normative decision theories that view intelligent choices as involving conscious deliberation and analysis. Recent developments in moral psychology, however, suggest that moral...
decisions often seems easier. Yet, making your own decisions and accepting the consequences is the only way to stay in control of your time, your success, and your life. If you want to learn more on how to make a decision, here are some decision making tips to get you started.
A significant part of decision...
This is the story of you. It is a story that begins before you were born and won’t end until you die. It is a story that will make youthink and surprise you, make you laugh, and amaze you. Just like billions of other human beings, you are an ever-changing product of your story.
A Critical Book Review of Decisive: How to Make Better Choices in Life and Work
The Heath brothers wrote the book Decisive in order to help individuals make better decisions in their daily lives: at home, at work, everywhere. So that one can make better decisions, they must first be aware...