1) Describe a time when social comparison theory may have occurred in your life or someone else's life. How did this inform your self-knowledge? Be sure to include specific examples of what types of comparison occurred and how that comparison guided your evaluation of self-concept.Your answer must be a minimum of 200 words in length.
2. Briefly describe the intuition thinking process and the logic thinking process. In your response, identify a key difference between the two, and give an example of when you have used each process.Your answer must be a minimum of 75 words in length.
3. Mental shortcuts can be both beneficial and costly. Identify one benefit and one disadvantage associated with the representativeness heuristic. Give a specific example from your life, the lives of people you know, or the media. After you describe the example and provide the benefit/disadvantage, discuss a better way of thinking about that particular situation.Your answer must be a minimum of 75 words in length.