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what is the aim for the milgram study
to invetsigate the level of obedience when beig told by a figure of authority to administer electric shocks
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what was the aim of the riecher and haslan study
to invetsiagte groups of unequal status and effect of social, organsiational and clinical factors in group behavior
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what is the aim of the piliavin study
to investigate the bystander behaviour and hwp factors such as age gender and race effct the helping behaviour
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what is the sample in the milgram study
40 males aged between 20 and 50, selected from advertisement and paid 4.5 dollars
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what is the sample for riecher and haslan
15 males, from 332 responded to advertisemnt, screening procees was psycho metirc full weekend and charactore examinations
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what is the sample for piliavin
4450 people on a new york tube avergage white 55% agverage black 45%using the train between 11 am and 3pm over a peorid of two months
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what is the method for milgram
laboritiry experiment, rigged draws so participant was teacher and confedant played leaner, the teacher was givena sample shocka nd told that the shocks would be painful but would not cuase tissue damage, the teacher gave the leaner a set of word*
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continues method for milgram
*pairs wrong he would get an electric shock, the elctric shcoks would go all the way upto o450 volts and at 300 volts the leaner banged on the wall, the experimenter gave word prods like you must procede the experiment requires yout continue
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results of milgram
all partictamnts acrried onto to 300 volts, 5 refused after 300 and 4 went up to 315 aand 26 partipcnats went up to 450 volts and extreme nervous tension was recorded such as nevrous laughter and sweating
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conclusion of milgram
that they particpants are mroe likely to be observent due to the fact that they are in a lab and being told what to do
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method of reicher and haslan
laboritory setting, mock priso, the guards were brought in and told to ensure the prison ran smoothly and enforce disaplin they were given uniform and the prisoners entered seperaly had to shave there heads were given sanfles and torusers, and were*
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continues method for reicher and haslan
given rules to abside too. day 3 they told movemnt between groups was no longer possible, day 6 allocation between guard and prisoner was rnadoma nd day 7 new prisoner was introduced,
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reicher haslan results
video recordings, salavis samples and phychometric testing, there was a failure of the guards to develpo a shared identity and people do not mindlessly confrom to roles its group idnetifictaion
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method of piliavin
feild experiment, new york subway, the control were white victim black victim injured vitim and drunk victim, early modle or late model, obsevers recorded time taken for the first passnegeer to help nad total passnegers who helpedand time taken after
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method of piliavin continued
the model had inetrveened
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results of piliavin
more help was given to ill victim, men were more likely to help 90% no evidence of diffusion of responsibility, increased help in emergency situations also in a confind area had no where to go
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