Social Psychology, Individual Differences and Developmental Psychology

What does the term "individual differences" mean?
Where people have different identities which are affected by things such as age, gender, ethnicity, religion, education and economic status.
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What does the term "developmental psychology" mean?
How we change over time depending on our environment and how we're raised.
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What 3 things can affect individual differences?
Culture, authoritarian personality, right-wing authoritarian personality.
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What 3 things can affect developmental psychology?
Individualist/collevtivist cultures, upbringing, gender norms.
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What theories support individual differences and developmental psychology?
Agency theory, social impact theory, social identity theory, realistic conflict theory.
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What studies support individual differences and developmental psychology?
Milgram's study, Sherif's Robbers Cave study.
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