PSYA2 Social

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  • Social
    • Conformity (Majority)
      • Types
        • Complicance
          • Changing behaviour only
        • Internalisation
          • Changing behaviour and attitudes
      • Why?
        • Normative
          • Changing behaviour to be liked by the group and fit in
        • Informational
          • Not knowling how to behave so looking to others to copy them
    • Obedience
      • Hofling (1966)
        • Rank and Jacobson (1975)
      • Why?
        • Gradual Commitment, Agentic Shift, Legitimate Authority, Authoritarian Personality, Presence of Buffers
          • Evaluation
            • Mandel (1998)
            • Obedience Alibi
            • Real Life: Abu Ghraib
      • Milgram (1963)
        • 65% of PPTs went to 450V
    • Independent Behaviour
      • Locus of Control
        • Perceived control over events in your life
          • High Internal > High External
        • High internal LOC = Remain independen
        • Twenge et al. (2002)
      • Resisting Conformity
        • Presence of Allies
          • Asch (1951)
        • Desire of individuation
        • Prior Commitment
          • Deutsch and Gerard (1955)
      • Resisting Obedience
        • Disobedient role model
        • Feeling responsible and empathetic
    • Social Change
      • Obedience
        • Dictators can bring about social change
      • Minority Influence
        • How?
          • Drawing attention to the issue
          • Consistency
          • The role of conflict (mental)
          • The augmentation principle
        • The snowball effect
        • Social Cryptomnesia
        • 3 features
          • Non-dogmatic
          • Consistent
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