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LEARNING GOAL - Unit 14: Social Psychology (8-10 % of AP exam – 9-10 instructional days)Students will be able to:Describe the influences on social thinking in terms of attribution and error, attitudes and cognitive-dissonanceDiscuss social influence in terms of Asch’s conformity and Milgram’s obedience studies and our susceptibility to such influencesDescribe group dynamics in terms of how the presence of others facilitates or impedes individual actionsDescribe social relations in terms of emotional and cognitive factors that contribute to the persistence of cultural, ethnic, and gender prejudice and discriminationDiscuss aggression in terms of the impact of biological, aversive events and learning experiencesDiscuss the effects of viewing pornography and violence on social attitudes and behaviorDescribe interpersonal attraction in terms of physical attractiveness, proximity and similarity506666510096500Contrast passionate love with companionate love5400040113665GOAL00GOALSCALE & RUBRIC – Unit 14: Social PsychologyStudent can recognize and identify vocabulary terms associated with famous social psychology experiments and major concepts, such as social facilitation, social and cultural impact on group behavior, and cognitive-dissonance. Student can summarize each major social psychology study and illustrate the biopsychosocial approach to social psychology. Student can describe and discuss the components of social thinking, influence, and relations, relating each concept above to one of these categories. Student can evaluate historically important social experiments, analyze the components of social thinking, influence, and relations, including contrasting passionate love with companionate love.1234 ................
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