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1. STORY OF MIKESLIFEPsychology Assignment 2 : Comic stripGroup Members:Lynette Law [0317761]Kiing Kiu Chun []William Goh []Janice Lee [0318695]Syed Aswad [] 2. PlotMike is a Thor fanatic. One day, he was watching the trailerof the latest Thor movie. He thinks its gonna be enjoyable.However, his brother who already watched the movie toldhim that the movie was not nice. Mike did not believe him asthe previous one was nice and exciting. The rating for it wasquite high too. So, he insisted to watch it with his friends.Before the movie started, his friends asked him to help themget some drinks but they didnt stated what they want. Mikeloved orange juice so he bought orange juice for all of them.However, not all of them liked it. Some of them liked pepsi,cola During the movie, Mike threw a candy wrapper on thefloor. His friends saw it but they kept quiet. After the movie,Mike realized the movie wasnt as nice as he expected. Heregretted that only he had listen to his brother, he wouldnthave wasted money and time on it. 3. 5 concept inside comic Intrinsic Motivation Confirmation Bias Upward counterfactualthinking 4. Intrinsic Motivation is taking a certain action for the sake ofenjoyment. It leads us to be more fully engaged andleads us to greater pleasure. After watching the trailer of the movie,Thor, he feels excited and thinks that it isgoing to be a very good movie accordingto the rating. That is why he plans towatch the movie tomorrow. 5. Confirmation Bias Mikes brother told him that the movie is really bad. Afterlistening to his brother, he feels annoyed. Mike decided toignore his brother statement about the movie. The nextday, he went to watch it with his friends. Confirmation bias towards the movie. He wants to watch itbadly no matter how others judge it to be bad. Confirmation Bias is a type of cognitive bias and asystematic error of inductive reasoning. We tend to payattention to information that supports our beliefs andignore and filter out the information that conflicts ourbelief. 6. False Consensus Effect His friend told Mike to get them some drinksfrom the juice bar without telling him whichspecific drink they want. And since Mikes favorite drink is orange juice,he assumed that his friend will also love orangejuice. Therefore, he bought orange juices for his friendand turn out, all of them hated orange juice. False Consensus is shown here because Mikeoverestimated his friends who think as alike ashe does. 7. Pluralistic ignorance Pluralistic ignorance is a situation which amajority of group members privately rejecta norm, but incorrectly assume that most ofothers accept it, therefore go along with it. Mikes friend saw Mike throwing the candywrapper on the theaters floor. Howeverthey chose to keep quiet because theyassumed that the others accept it, thereforethey go along with it and choose to ignorehis act. 8. Upward CounterfactualThinking Finally after the movie has ended, Mikeregretted watching the movie. He regrettedlistening to his brother advise and shouldnot watch the movie. If he had listened tohis brother, he will not waste his time andmoney. Upward counterfactual thinking is toimagine ONE outcome for an event that hasalready occurred and is to worsen onesmood. 9. The END