Social Influence 1

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What is a social influence?
Individuals change the attitudes, beliefs or behaviours of others
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What is compliance/obedience?
Requests from one person to another to perform an action or change their attitudes
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What is conformity?
Individuals change their attitudes in order to adhere to norms
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What percentage of people reached 450 volts in Milligram's study?
65%
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What does the film 'Compliance' address?
Extreme things people will do when ordered by an authority figure
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Which is not a reason for obedience to authority?
******
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What is an agentic state?
Shifting responsibility to the person telling one what to do
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Why do people conform according to Deutsch and Gerard (1955)?
Need to be accepted
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What percentage of participants conformed once (Asch, 1950)?
76%
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On average, what percentage of trials did participants conform on (Asch, 1955)?
37%
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When was the teacher less obedient when referring to the proximity of experimenter and teacher?
When the experimenter was further away
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When was the teacher less obedient when referring to the proximity between the teacher and learner?
When the teacher was closer
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How many participants conformed on all 123 trials?
6
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Which classic study does Harford (2015) criticise?
Asch
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What part of Asch and Zimbardo has been largely ignored (Hardord, 2015)?
The disobedience
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Research showed reduced conformity in the Asch paradigm when...
An ally disagreed with the group or participants made responses privately
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The processes of social facilitation and social loafing have been associated with...
None of them
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The process of deindividuation has been associated with...
All of them
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Who wrote the book ‘The Crowd: a study of the popular mind’?
LeBon
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