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Bandura and Walters
SOCIAL LEARNING THEORY. 1961&1963
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Phillips
Boxing match and murder rates.
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Zimbardo
Part of a group= you lose your identity
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Le Bon
Le Bon's Crowd Theory- Anonymity, Suggestibility and Contagion. Reduces guilt and responsibilty
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Rehm
German football, orange shirts. Aggression increased
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Mullen
Newspaper, 60 Lynchings, 1899-1946 bigger mobs more savage
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Prentice-Dunn
Reduced self awareness leads to deindividuation
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Johnson and Downing
KKK/Nurses...KKK shocked more than controls, nurses shocked less than controls. Responded to social norms
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Postmes and spears
META- 60 studies. Antisocial behavior is not more common among large groups
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Spivey and Prentice-Dunn
deindiviuation can lead to pro-social behaviour.
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Francis et al
Metal Health-Chat rooms. Deindivuated circumstances leads people seeking help than DC appointments
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Cannavale
Males and females response differently to deindiviuation. Males =more aggressive
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Irwin and Cressey
Importation model
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Harer and Steffensmeire
58 US prisons. Black more violent. White more drugs
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Paterline and Peterson
Deprivation Model. Staff experience, over crowding, lack of privacy.
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Davies and Burgess
Less experienced officers=more likely to suffer assault
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McCorkle
Over Crowding, lack of privacy and lack of meaningful tasks influence peer violence
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Jaing and Fisher Giolando
Deprivation is better for staff, Importation is better for inmates
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Staub
Oulines 5 stages of genocide
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O'Brien
Dehumanisation may also explain violence against immigrants
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Milgram
Holocaust was the result of situation pressures
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Mandel
Rejects Milgram's claims as they are to monocasual
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Le Bon's Crowd Theory- Anonymity, Suggestibility and Contagion. Reduces guilt and responsibilty

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German football, orange shirts. Aggression increased

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