PSYCH 111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Group Conflict, David Buss, Illusory Correlation

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Psych 111 - lecture 22 - social psychology (cont"d) Diffusion of responsibility: when others are present the responsibility to help is divided among those present. Bystander effect: people are less likely to provide help when in groups. Bystander won"t help if they don"t notice. Take on responsibility: begin to question self-efficacy and confidence. Who we are more willing to help: People who are more similar to us. Women are more likely to be helped than men. Perceived responsibility: more likely to help those who we view as true victims . Gender, race, and class are all variables which impact altruism. What would you do? series explores social psychology research findings in the real world . Body shape: males as inverted triangles, female as hourglass. Matching hypothesis: people tend to opt for those at their same level of attractiveness. Gender differences found cross culturally; males place more emphasis on physical attraction;women on social status and financial resources; women more selective (buss)

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