Social Psychology Revision

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  • Conformity
    • Types 1) Internalisation, 2) Identification, 3) Compliance
    • Explanations 1) ISI, 2) NSI
      • ISI Lucas :) Greater conformity to difficult maths Perrin and Spencer 28% students compared to 37%:( NSI McGee and Teevan - high affiliation. :I Work together?
    • Asch * 36.8% conformity. 75% conformed at least once. Variations - group size, unanimity, task difficulty.
    • Stanford prison experiment. + Control - emotionally stable. - lack of realism. - dispositional factors, - ethics. - BBC prison study.
    • Social Psychology
      • Obedience
        • Milgram 12.5% stopped at 300v. 65% went to 450V. - ethics. +84% pleased to have taken part. + game of death 80%. + Hoffling nurses. -Orne and Holland low iternal validity. + Perry - dogs. 100% women and 54% men.
          • Social/Psychological Agentic state, Autonomous state, Binding factors, legitimacy of authority, destructive authority. + Cross cultural explained by legitimacy.  Kilham and Mann - 16% Australia. Blass - p's blamed exptr. - Battalion 101
        • Situational variables. Proximity 40% in same room, location 47.5%, uniform 20% public.
          • Bickman + Internal validity - Cross culture Miranda Spain 90% + Obedience alibi -
        • Dispositions explanations. Authoritarian Personality. Adorno F scale. Correlation - education. - Doesn't explain Holocaust. - Methodological flaws.
      • Resistance, Locus of Control
      • Moscovici - Minority. Consistency, Wood Meta-analysis. Commitment. Flexibility, snowball. Artificial tasks. Martin - Dont change views if heard from minority.
      • Social change Minority. Attention, consistency, augmentation principle, snowball, social cryptoamnesia. The role of dissent. Normative - most people don't smoke. Obedience -Gradual commitment.
        • Minority indirect and delayed. -Majority can cause deeper processing if you don't share their views. Bashir - treehuggers.

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