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Obedience
• D – Social Influence in response to direct order • E – Milgram “Study of Obedience” 1963 • I – Shows how good people do bad things • Holocaust, “Just following orders”.
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Rhetorical Psychology
D – Study of how social life consists of Rhetoric (argumentation). Define world one way or another. E – Gibson 2013, looked at Milgram study. I – Looks at studies diff perspectives, tussles between Experi & Parti, not standardised. Why behave
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Research Question
• D – carefully worded question stating precisely what a researcher is trying to find out in a study. • E – Koenigs et al., 2007. Moral dilemma arm break or bomb detonation – would you do y or z? Doesn’t allow for other options. • I -
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Groupthink
• D - A mode of thinking in which the desire to reach unanimous agreement overrides the proper, rational, decision-making procedures. • E – Janis 1982 termed Groupthink. Ie Bay of Pigs 1961. US invasion failed in Cuba – bad decision making. Didn’t co
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Group Polarisation
• D – Group members shift position to more extreme one after group discussion. • E - Termed Moscovici and Zavalloni 1969. Myers and Lamm (1976) as well as risk taking - jury decisions, ethical decisions, judgments, person perceptions and negotiati
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Implicit Prejudice
• D - A negative response towards members of other groups that operate outside of the individual's conscious awareness or intention. • E - Hugenberg and Bodenhausen (2003) black/white face time study. Using Implicit Association Test. Also fMri to det
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contact hypothesis
• D - The hypothesis that positive interaction between members of different groups tends to reduce intergroup prejudice. • E – Schools Linking Network demonstrates intergroup contact in promoting positive social change. Must be intimate, cooperativ
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Standard Deviation
• D - A descriptive statistic that represents the average amount by which individual values in the data differ (or deviate) from the mean. Most sensitive dispersion measure using interval data • E – used in statistic output in SPSS descriptive stats
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D – Study of how social life consists of Rhetoric (argumentation). Define world one way or another. E – Gibson 2013, looked at Milgram study. I – Looks at studies diff perspectives, tussles between Experi & Parti, not standardised. Why behave

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• D – carefully worded question stating precisely what a researcher is trying to find out in a study. • E – Koenigs et al., 2007. Moral dilemma arm break or bomb detonation – would you do y or z? Doesn’t allow for other options. • I -

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• D - A mode of thinking in which the desire to reach unanimous agreement overrides the proper, rational, decision-making procedures. • E – Janis 1982 termed Groupthink. Ie Bay of Pigs 1961. US invasion failed in Cuba – bad decision making. Didn’t co

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• D – Group members shift position to more extreme one after group discussion. • E - Termed Moscovici and Zavalloni 1969. Myers and Lamm (1976) as well as risk taking - jury decisions, ethical decisions, judgments, person perceptions and negotiati

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