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PSYCHO COMIC SLIDES

PSYCHO COMIC SLIDES

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PSYCHO COMIC SLIDES

  1. 1. Synopsis • Calvin and Tosh • Discussion of result of examination • Expression of thoughts • Prosocial behavior • Persuasion towards attending a concert
  2. 2. Downward Social Comparison • Use others as a standard • Judgement made towards ourselves • Against people who are incompetent • Enhance self-esteem
  3. 3. Downward Social Comparison • Tosh felt better with a sense of relieved when he found out that Calvin scored a lower grade than he did in the exams.
  4. 4. Counterfactual Thinking • Tendency to create possible alternatives to life events that have already occurred Epitomized by the phrase “what might have been” Is usually associated with bad/negative events
  5. 5. Counterfactual Thinking • Upward counterfactual thinking – "What if..." – Tosh thought of how he could have done better in the exams if he had worked harder for it.
  6. 6. Counterfactual Thinking • Downward counterfactual thinking – "atleast I..." – Although Calvin has got a grade 'C' in the exams but he felt satisfied enough by thinking that atleast he did not failed the exams.
  7. 7. Altruism • Any behavior that is designed to increase another person’s welfare Done for selfless reason
  8. 8. Altruism • Calvin had kindly offer a hand to Crystal when he noticed that she was carrying a handful of heavy books. • Calvin helps without seeking for any potential rewards.
  9. 9. Observational Learning • Learning that occurs through observing the behaviors of others
  10. 10. Observational Learning • Calvin learnt to be helpful to the others as a result of what he has observed from her aunt who acts as a role model for him.
  11. 11. Cialdini's Six Weapon of Influence - Scarcity • Things become more attractive and valuable when their availability is limited. Or when we stand to lose the opportunity to acquire them on favorable terms. Scarcity tactics : "limited-number technique" “deadline technique”
  12. 12. Cialdini Six Weapon of Influence - Scarcity • Tosh persuaded Calvin to go to a concert by telling him that the tickets are selling out soon.
  13. 13. THANK YOU !
  14. 14. REFERENCES • Duff, K. (2012). Think social psychology. Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon/Pearson. Fraser-Thill, R. (2015). Downward Comparisons. About.com Parenting. Retrieved 29 May 2015, from http://tweenparenting.about.com/od/physicalemotionalgrowth/a/Downwar d-Comparisons.htm Mindtools.com,. (2015). Cialdini's Six Principles of Influence: Convincing Others to Say. Retrieved 29 May 2015, from http://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/six-principles-influence.htm Sites.google.com,. (2015). Chapter 7: Scarcity - Revised - 724e Cialdini wiki. Retrieved 29 May 2015, from https://sites.google.com/site/724ecialdiniwiki/tyrone-dixon--scarcity- summary Stangor, C. (2012). Social Psychology Principles (1st ed., p. 753). Andy Schmitz. Retrieved from http://2012books.lardbucket.org/pdfs/social-psychology- principles.pdf

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