Psychology Social Influence Key Terms

Short quiz with just a few key terms from psychology unit 2. Social Influence

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1. Following the orders of someone we believe to have authority is...

  • Altruism
  • Deindividuation
  • Obedience
  • Learning
  • Conformity
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2. The way we are raised to behave and things we are taught to accept as normal is known as...

  • Socialisation
  • Social loafing
  • Learning
  • Classical Conditioning
  • Operant conditioning

3. A buffer was used in Milgram's famous study with the teacher and the learner. What is meant by the term 'buffer'?

  • Something that creates distance between the teacher and the learner
  • The electric shock given to the learner by the teacher
  • An actor used to deceive participants

4. Social loafing is...

  • Putting less effort into doing something when you are with others doing the same thing
  • Doing nothing in an emergency when someone needs help
  • Behaving differently or changing your views due to group pressure

5. The effect other people have on our behaviour is known as...

  • Altruism
  • Social influence
  • Autokinetic effect
  • Socialisation

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