Concept Matrix

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Social Psychology
Crystal Rene Johnson
Dr. Nicole S. Brown
Psychology 110
10/28/2013

Social Psychology Concept | Definition | Application to SocietyProvide Example | Application to Criminal JusticeProvide Example | Application to the IndividualProvide Example | Survey Research | Is a structured set of questions or statements given to a group of people to measure their attitudes, beliefs, values, or behavioral tendencies? | Insert text here. Use complete sentences and limit each cell to a maximum of 200 words. | Insert text here. Use complete sentences and limit each cell to a maximum of 200 words. | Insert text here. Use complete sentences and limit each cell to a maximum of 200 words. | Self-Esteem | A person’s evaluation of his or her self-concept. | | | | Self-Handicapping | Actions that people take to sabotage their performance and enhance their opportunity to excuse anticipated failure | | | | Hindsight Bias | The tendency, once an event has occurred, to overestimate out ability to have foreseen the outcome | | | | External Attribution | An attribution that locates the cause of an event to factors external to the person, such as luck, or other people, or the situation. | | | | Cognitive Dissonance | A feeling of discomfort caused by performing an action that is inconsistent with one’s attitudes. | | | | Media Persuasion | The process of consciously attempting to change attitudes through the transmission of some message. | | | |

Matrix Terms -- Key to Pages from Textbook

Franzoi, S. L. (2009). PSY 110: Social psychology: 2009 custom edition (5th ed.). New York:
McGraw-Hill Custom Publishing.

Term | Textbook Pages | Survey Research | 43-44 | Self-Esteem | 85-93 | Self-Handicapping | 81-85 | Hindsight Bias | 112-113 and 116 | External Attribution | 127 | Cognitive Dissonance | 162-168 | Media…...

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