Computational Modeling

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**To validate with a more detailed model a hypothesized process derived from actual lab data
**To validate with a more detailed model a hypothesized process derived from actual lab data
**To propose a theory and test it for things that are not currently observable or practical.
**To propose a theory and test it for things that are not currently observable or practical.
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==What are the different [[phenomena]] that investigators have modeled?==
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*Group decision making, jury decision making
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*[[Social influence]], development of [[norms]]
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*[[Attitudes]], attitude change
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*[[Causal attribution]]
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*[[Impression formation]]
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*[[Stereotypes|Stereotyping]], group impressions
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*Interpersonal processes ([[attachment]], couple dynamics)
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*[[Person Memory]]
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*[[Self-concept]]
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*[[Personality]], personality dynamics

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What is computational modeling?

Why would you want to use a computational model?

What are the different phenomena that investigators have modeled?

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