AQA AS Psychology B Social Psychology Studies

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Michaels et al (1982)
Investigated the presence of an audience on the performance of average and below average pool players
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Henchy and Glass (1968)
Investigated whether concern about being evaluated us becessary to produce dominant responses- Typing task in 4 conditions
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Sanders et al (1978)
Investigated whether distraction would result in social facilitation on a simple task and social inhibition on a complex task- Digit- copying task
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Sherif (1935)
Investigated whether people would be influenced by others in a situation where the answer is not clear- Point of light in a darkened room
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Asch (1951)
Investigated whether people would conform to the judgements of others in situations where such judgements were clearly wrong- Length of 3 lines
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Baron, Vandello and Brunsman (1996)
Investigated if conformity would increase when being right is important- Identifying the 'suspect' in the line-up
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Milgram (1963)
Investigated how far people would be prepared to go in obeying an authority figure- Electric shock experiment
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Gamson et al (1982)
Investigated whether groups of people would defy an unjust authority
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Triplet (1898)
Observed that cyclists rode faster when racing together than when alone
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