Media revision (use in quiz format)

HideShow resource information
  • Created by: Rosie
  • Created on: 27-05-13 12:00

1. Which model states that people who have aggressive temperaments preferentially select violent video games?

  • Bi-directional model
  • General aggression model
  • General learning model
  • Byron model
1 of 20

Other questions in this quiz

2. Weber (06) found that...

  • Children with high exposure to violent game play became more aggressive and showed less pro-social behaviour over the course of a school year compared to their peers
  • We have hostile expectancy biases - people expect others to react in a more hostile way if they've just played violent video games
  • The amygdala and ACC (responsible for emotional regulation) were less active in gamers according to fMRI scans
  • Time spent playing violent video games was positively correlated with aggressive feelings and behaviour even for those with lower levels of trait hostility

3. Which factor will NOT aid persuasion?

  • Message targeted directly at us
  • An expert/celebrity source
  • High quality argument
  • Audio visual medium (for simple messages)

4. Greenberg (80) found...

  • An equivalent number of pro-social and anti-social acts in popular US TV programmes in any one hour period
  • More pro-social than anti-social acts in popular US TV programmes in any one hour period
  • Fewer pro-social than anti-social acts in popular US TV programmes in any one hour period
  • More pro-social than anti-social acts in popular US TV programmes in any 3 hour period

5. The social modelling explanation of media influence on pro-social behaviour argues that...

  • Children whose parents watch with them and help to explain and model behaviour will show more pro-social behaviour
  • Children learn appropriate behaviours through vicarious reinforcement
  • There is a general learning model, a continuous cycle of interaction between the environment and an individual
  • We pick up pro-social behaviour from watching our peers

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar Psychology resources:

See all Psychology resources »See all Media psychology resources »