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2. in Gibson and Walk, there are three beliefs about depth perception named...

  • nativisits, interactionalists and empericals
  • nativists, interactionalists and empericists
  • naturists, interactionalists and empericals

3. Asch thought that previous studies of conformity

  • lacked ecological validity
  • did not truly measure conformity as they were conduced in ambigious, so lacked validity.
  • lacked validity as they were performed in unambiguous situations

4. Problems with previous studies for Rahe, mahan and arthur

  • were not reliable
  • lacked ecological validity and didn't measure stress in same ways
  • were done in ambiguous situations

5. Gibson and Walk's aims were

  • to see if conformity is affected by social pressure from other people
  • to see if depth perception is innate or learned using animals and humans
  • to see if levels of obedience are affected by an authoritive figure


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