SLT and De-individuation with AO2 points

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1. What is Penrod's definition of aggression?

  • Inflicting harm on someone else who does not wish to be treated as such
  • Fighting someone
  • Something someone else does not like
  • Physical or mental harm
  • gggrrrrrr.
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2. De-individuation doesn't always lead to aggression

  • Doesn't take into account other explanations
  • Gergen's no likey no lighty
  • Watson's 24 warriors

3. Biological factors can influence aggression

  • Ignores free will and consequences
  • Harrison's testosterone fuelled 56 men
  • Can't say that p's will act in the same way in real life as in the lab
  • Durkin's "look mummy"
  • Cooper and Mackie's free pla of girls
  • Bandura's 72 boys and girls

4. Bandura's study may lack internal validity

  • Cooper and Mackie's free play of girls
  • Durkin's "look mummy"
  • Harrison's testosterone fuelled 56 men
  • Bandura's 72 boys and girls
  • Ignores free will and consequences
  • Can't say that p's will act in same way in real life as in the lab

5. De-individuation is reductionist

  • Watson's 24 warriors
  • Doesn't take into account other explanations
  • Gergen's no likey no lighty

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