Personality & Social Psychology
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Freud's personality component based on the pleasure principle-do what feels good. (inflexible and unrealistic)
Freud's personality component based on the reality principle-do what will get needs met effectively, efficiently, and without getting yourself hurt. (flexible and realistic)
Freud's personality component based on the morality principle-do what's right, and don't do what's wrong. (inflexible and unrealistic)
Act of exerting less effort when doing a task as part of a group than by oneself.
An individual performing better at a task when others are around.
Developing a liking for someone you run across frequently.
The shift toward more extreme attitudes when groups of people with similar views discuss an issue.
The tendency for people to conform to a large request after having already complied with a smaller request.
An unpleasant state of tension caused when our behavior is inconsistent with our attitudes or values.
When people are organized into a group, even at randome, they tend to favor those within their own group.
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