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Literature Review: The Misinformation Effect and the Type of Misinformation: Objects and the Temporal Structure of an Episode Aamisha Kini Westhill High School Yuhwa Han. (2017). The Misinformation Effect and the Type of Misinformation: Objects and the Temporal Structure of an Episode. The American Journal of Psychology, 130(4), 467-476. doi:10.5406/amerjpsyc.130.4.0467 In the article, it explains the misinformation effect and suggests that there is a relationship between the effect and temporal misinformation.
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n Mini Habits, Stephen Guise talks about his personal experience with his first mini habit, “the golden push-up” (Stephen Guise, 2013, p.13). This book is structured into seven major parts that will help you “permanently add healthy, habitual behaviors to your life” (Guise, 2013, p.4) using one simple step at a time. This paper will review my explanation of book selection, identification of motivational topics, professional corroboration or contradiction, and my personal impact. Book Selection There is no specific explanation for my book selection.
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On a quiet early morning in 1964, Kitty Genovese was brutally stabbed and sexual assaulted. Thirty – eight of her neighbors heard her cries, screams for help and/or witnessed the attack from their windows and only one of her neighbor’s called the police; a half hour later. The fact that not one person intervene in a timely manner to save Kitty Genovese lead John Darley and Bibb Latane to conduct their own study “ The Bystander Apathy Effect”.
The Holocaust is one of the world's greatest tragedies to ever occur in the existence of all of mankind. Millions of Jews, killed, attacked, assaulted and left to fight a war they could not win by themselves. All while this was happening, millions of bystanders just watched and watched like the crowd at a football game. These bystanders had a chance at stopping the genocide of a whole religion, yet they didn't, why? The fear of being the spark rather than the flame that follows.
For our group and our shared love of food we figured that a social norm that had something to do with that would be perfect for us. We decided that the norm to drive through a drive thru needed to be tested. Why should cars be the only ones with the fast access to fast food at their convenience? We believed that people should be able to walk through the drive thrus if it is more convenient for them.