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PSYC20009 - Personality and Social Psychology

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Behavioural sciences Psychology Group processes Behavior Social identity theory In-group favoritism Out-group homogeneity Ingroups and outgroups Group dynamics Self-categorization theory Social psychology Intergroup anxiety
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Behavioural sciences Psychology Group processes Behavior Social identity theory In-group favoritism Out-group homogeneity Ingroups and outgroups Group dynamics Self-categorization theory Social psychology Intergroup anxiety
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Signature moral response (SMR) ● Serious, wrong bad, punishable, authority independent, universal,, appeals to harm ● If harm then SMR Signature conventional response (SCR) ● Authority dependent, local, no appeals to harm Authority dependent Local in scope ________________ Moral Foundations Theory ● Harm - concerns about suffering of others ● Fairness - norms of equality ● Authority - obligations related to hierarchical relations ● Ingroup - obligations related to group membership ● Purity - moral ideal of living, purity of body, mind and soul WEIRD country moralize harm and fairness, others moralize all Increase SES decrease moralizing community and purity Politics ● Liberal moralizing more Harm and Fairness ● Conservative moralizing all about same Moral judgments Moral reasoning ● Conscious mental activity that make...
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