Evaluation within Social Influence

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  • Created on: 09-05-17 08:47
Evaluate Asch's line experiment
Child of its time, artificial situation and task, limited application of the findings, findings only apply to certain situations and ethical issues
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Evaluate Zimbardo's prison experiment
It had high control, it lacked realism, dispositional influences, lacks of research support and ethical issues
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Evaluate the situational variables
research support, lack of internal validity, cross-cultural replications, control of variables
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Evaluate the types and explanations for conformity
Research support for ISI, individual differences in NSI, ISI and NSI working together
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Evaluate Milgram's study
low internal validity, good external validity, supporting replication (game of death) and ethical issues
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Evaluate the agentic state
Research support ( Blass and schmit) and it is a limited explanation ( does not explain why some of milgram's participants did not conform0
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Evaluate the legitimacy of authority
cultural differences
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Evaluate the authoritarian personality
Research support, limited explanation, political bias and no cause and effect just corrleation
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Evaluate social support
Research support (Allen and Levine) Research support 2 (Gamson et al)
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Evaluate locus of control
Research support, Contradictory research, limited role of locus of control
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Evaluate minority influence
Research support for consistency, research support for depth of thought, artificial tasks, research support for internalisation, limited real world ex[planations
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Evaluate social change
Research support, only indirectly effective, role of deeper processing, barriers to social change, methodological issues
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Evaluate Zimbardo's prison experiment

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Evaluate the types and explanations for conformity

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