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Social Relations: Altruism, Attraction, & the Bystander Effect

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Altruism 0:10
    • Social Psychology
    • Altruism
    • Kitty Genovese Example
  • Bystander Intervention 1:38
    • Theory of Bystander Intervention
    • Notice the Incident
    • Interpret It As An Emergency
    • Assume Responsibility
    • Bystander Effect
  • The Bystander Effect 3:57
    • Someone Alone Is More Likely to Help Someone in an Emergency
    • Person in a Group is Less Likely to Help Someone in an Emergency
    • Diffusion of Responsibility
  • Social Exchange Theory 4:58
    • Defining the Social Exchange Theory
    • Helping is Intrinsically Rewarding for Most People
    • Reciprocity Norms
    • Social Responsibility Norms
  • Attraction 8:52
    • Factors That Strongly Impact Attraction
    • Proximity
    • Mere Exposure Effect
    • Physical Attractiveness
    • Similarity
    • Reward Theory of Attraction
  • Romantic Love 15:17
    • Romantic Love
    • Passionate Love
    • Companionate Love
  • Long Lasting Relationships 16:47
    • Equity
    • Self-disclosure
  • Conflict 19:14
    • Defining Conflict
    • Social Traps
    • View Other People and Nations as Untrustworthy and Evil
    • Mirror-Image Perceptions
  • Promoting Peace 24:44
    • Enemy Can Quickly Become an Ally
    • Four Conditions Contribute to Peacefulness
    • Contact
    • Cooperation
    • Communication
    • Conciliation