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media influence on pro social
bandura, observing + imitating behaviour + rewards, teaches audience consequences within given situation, depiction of pro social acts e.g. genoristy likely to be in accordance with norms + values, become internalised
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sprafkin
lassie where puppies were rescued, spent more time trying to help distressed puppies in a competition than others even if it reduced chance of winning
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rushton
children observed pro media on tv and were subsequently observed engaging in pro social behavioir. however only lasts 2 weeks
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anti-social
bandura, SLT particularly when admires model, imitate if model was succesful in gaining his objective, the more real it is and more they identify with
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bandura
bobo doll
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phillips
sig rise in murders after tv boxing match
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pos effects of computer
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oswald
p's playing lemmings after 8 mins, 67% helped pick up pencils only 33% neutral game and 28% agg game
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kahne et al
sims also described learning more about problems in society and explored social issues
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gonzales et al
facebook wall pos influence on self-esteem feedback positive, 3 mins mirror, fb, nothing. fb much more pos feedback about themselves
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walther
hyper-personal model, self selection of info, photos etc pos effect on self esteem
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neg effects of video games
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anderson
agg. high exposure to violent video games more verbally n physically agg
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anderson
meta analysis. link is consistent n larger effect as game content becomes more violent n realistic but likely person playing game already agg
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wei n lo
students previously scored high on physical agg played more agg
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charles
200 undergrads, scotland. anxiety linked to fb, more friends than others
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social psy attraction of celebs
absorption addiction model, parasocial relationship due to deficits or lacks in life
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giles
entertainment social, intense personal, borderline pathological
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maltby
sy, ghq n cas. three levels pos correlated with anxiety n dep
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cole n leets
anxious ambivalent- most likely as concern intimacy wont be returned
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evolutionary attraction
neophillia theory, posses love of novelty before tv would have had to amuse potential mates
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shirashi et al
maoa genetic variations, one form sig associated with higher scores of novelty seeking
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fieldman
females found male celebs attractive bc toughness, stamina etc all indicators of good genetic quality
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intense fandom
CAS
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maltby
sy, ghq n cas. three levels pos correlated with anxiety n dep
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phillips
suicide
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celeb stalking
mcutcheon attachment theory. insecure attachment more likely relationship probs. form parasocial relationships as make few demands, no risk of criticism
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keinlen
anxious ambivalent weak sense of self worth, seek approval of stalkee, avoidant attachment, emotional distance, less likely to pursue target
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tonin
more evidence of insecure attachment
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mullen
80% of royal family stalkers serious mental disorders such as sz diff from people who stalk normals.
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