Media Influence on Pro-Social and Anti-Social Behaviour

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Who suggested Social Learning Theory?
Bandura
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What are the 4 stages of Social Learning Theory?
Attention, Retention, Reproduction, Motivation
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Who conducted the Lassie study?
Sprafkin (1975)
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What were the results of the Lassie study?
Group 1: 90 seconds, Group 2 & 3: 50 seconds
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What age were the children involved in the Lassie study?
6 years old
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What were the conditions in the Lassie study?
Group 1: Lassie saving puppies, Group 2: non-pro-social Lassie, Group 3: pro-social The Brady Bunch
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What real life application does Social Learning Theory have?
Parental control of pro-social and anti-social television watched with not need to expertise
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What is a methodological issue with research into Social Learning Theory?
Much is correlational, so it is unclear whether pro-social media causes pro-social behaviour or whether there is an unknown third factor
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What is an issue with the Lassie study as research into Social Learning Theory?
It is unclear how far-reaching the influence of pro-social media is because the children only reproduced an observed task involving puppies
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What did Rosenkoetter (1999) suggest which challenges Social Learning Theory?
Imitation is more likely when it is understood why it is carried out
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Who conducted the Bobo Doll study?
Bandura (1965)
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How many nursery school children were involved in the Bobo Doll study?
66
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What did the model do in the film in the Bobo Doll study?
Kicked and punches the Bobo Doll
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What were the conditions in the Bobo Doll study?
Group 1: model neither punished nor rewarded, Group 2: model rewarded, Group 3: model punished
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What were the results of the Bobo Doll study?
Group 1: children showed tendency for aggression, Group 2: children most aggressive, Group 3: Children least aggressive
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What did Noble (1975) suggest was an issue with the Bobo Doll study?
Demand characteristics: children said "Look, Mummy! There's the doll we have to hit"
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How does a gun being used by children in the Bobo Doll study support Social Learning Theory?
It suggests that general, far-reaching anti-social behaviour has been learned rather than simply a specific act reproduced
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What did Eron (1995) suggest which challenges Social Learning Theory?
A child entering secondary school will have seen 8,000 murders and 100,000 other violent acts of television but does not reproduce these acts
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