psychology studies (social influence)

Jenness (1932)
Glass jar filled with beans - found that nearly all participants changed their original answer when they were provided with another opportunity to guess
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Asch (1956)
Line study - confederates gave the wrong answer on 12 of the 18 and the average conformity rate was 33%
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Zimbardo (1971)
Stanford prison experiment - showed that people conform to their social roles no matter how extreme
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Milgram (1963)
Teacher and learner experiment - 65% went to the maximum voltage which shows that people went to the maximum purely because they were being told to
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Altimeter (1981)
Identified the three personality variables of the authoritarian personality (conventionalism, authoritarian aggression and authoritarian submission)
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Moscovici et al (1969)
blue/green slides - consistent minority is far more influential than a non consistent one
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Asch (1956)

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Identified the three personality variables of the authoritarian personality (conventionalism, authoritarian aggression and authoritarian submission)

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