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- 1. The M AGICIANS ONSTERS &
- 2. Group Members Jacquelyn Vanessa Tan Jingwei Deong Khai Keat Nabila Hanim Chan Tian Ji
- 3. Social Facilitation
- 4. Social Facilitation Definition: The tendency of performing better in the presence of others.
- 5. How is Social Facilitation portrayed? The 3 students formed a group together knowing that they will perform better with each others presence. Outcome: They fulfilled the lecturers requirement by making a tree with the help of each other s powers.
- 6. Fear-Based Appeal
- 7. Fear-Based Appeal Definition: A persuasive message that attempts to arouse fear in order to divert behavior through the threat of impending danger or harm.
- 8. How is Fear-Based Appeal portrayed? A monster appears 2 of the boys are ready to defeat it but the girl is hesitant due to her fears. 1 of the boys attempts to persuade her to fight. Outcome: Girl is successfully persuaded and agrees to fight the monster.
- 9. Self-Verification Theory
- 10. Self-Verification Theory Definition: People want others to see them as they see themselves.
- 11. How is Self-Verification Theory portrayed: The boy believe in himself that they can defeat the monster. But the girl is not confident with his belief. The guy kept persuading the girl that they can defeat the monster as what he believed. Outcome: The girl finally agreed to follow the other two guys to defeat the monster.
- 12. Persuasion
- 13. Persuasion Definition: Something meant to get you to do or believe something. If youre not sure you want to go somewhere, your friend might use persuasion to talk you into it.
- 14. How is Persuasion portrayed? The monster appear Character A decide to defeat the monster, but Character B cant do it. Character A persuade character B by threaten her with her family. Character A is successfully persuaded Character B to fight the monster.
- 15. Stereotype
- 16. Stereotype Definition: a widely held but fixed and oversimplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thing.
- 17. How is Stereotype portrayed? A monster appear The three characters think that the monster is evil They successfully defeated the monster and bound it up They realised that the monster is not evil as they though and they released it.
- 18. Upward Counterfactual Thinking
- 19. Upward Counterfactual Thinking Definition: The tendency to imagine better possible outcomes for events that have already happened.
- 20. How is Upward Counterfactual Thinking portrayed? The moment they realized it was not an evil monster, they felt a sense of remorse for their actions. They thought if only we did not do that, we would have been good friends and that worsened their mood a little bit. Outcome: Monster does not feel offended and all four of them become good friends.
- 21. Social Interaction
- 22. Social Interaction Definition: A process of reciprocal stimulation or response between two or more people. It develops competition, interaction, influences social roles and status and people for social relationships.
- 23. How is Social Interaction portrayed? A battle with the monster that appeared. They won the war and successfully bound up the monster. The monster started to explain that he does not like hurting people, and that he is only travelling around. Therefore, they apologized and made friends with the monster.
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