social influence ; resistance to social influence

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SOCIAL SUPPORT
DFGND
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- conformity (resistance)
dsfsf
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how can pressure to conform be reduced?
when other people are also not conforming
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does the other person have to give the right answe?
no
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so wht is it then?
just the fact that theres' someone else not follwing majority
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it can help person do what
free conscience
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so other person here may act as?
'model'
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what does asch's rsrch show if non-conforming person starts conforming again?
so does pp
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so effect of dissent is not?
long lasting
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- obedience
dfigndfg
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when can pressure to obey be reduced?
when another person is seen disobeying
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what was milgram's og obedience rate?
65%
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what did this become when disobedient confederate joined them?
10%
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disobedient person acts as what?
model for pp to copy
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freeing pp to aact from what?
own conscience
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EVALUATION
DG
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:) research support - resist conformity
fdfigdfg
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what is there evidence to support?
dissenting peers helps resisting conformity
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what type of study did allen ad levine conduct?
asch-like studu
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found conformity decresed when there was how many dissenters?
one
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this occured even when dissenter did what?
wore thick rimmed glasses and said had difficulty with vision
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supp view resistance not motivated by following what other says but rather?
freeing pressure from group
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:) research supp - resistance to obedience
gdfgdg
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what did gamson ask pps to produce?
evidence that would help oil company use smear capaign
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and the pps were put into what in his study?
groups
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which meant?
more than one real pp opposing a bad bad ting
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how did his resistance levels differ from milgram's?
higher levels
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how many pps did gamson have?
33
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how many of those rebelled?
29 (88%)
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what does this show about peer support?
linked to greater resistance
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LOCUS OF CONTROL (LOC)
dfigdfgfd
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what is the LOC (rotter) concerned with control battle between?
internal and external control
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what do internals believe?
things that happen to them are largely self controlled
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and what do externals believe?
things happen w/o control
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for example, bad exam results what do internals do?
think they didn't study hard enough
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and externals?
think the teacher hates them and marked them down on purpose
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- continuum
dfigd
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how is LOC measured?
on a continuum
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with what at each end?
high internal / high external
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and what lying inbetween?
low internal and low external
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- resistance to social influence
dfgdfg
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people with internal loc are more likely to do what?
resist pressures to conform
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why?
more likely to base decisions on own beliefs > others pressures
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another exp is that ppl with high internal LOC tend also to be?
more self-confident and chievement oriented
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also have a higher?
intelligence
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and less need for?
social approval
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what do these personality traits lead to?
greater resistance
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EVALUATION
DFGD
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:) research support
sgdg
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holland repeated og study and measured what?
whether pps internals / externals
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what % internals didn't continue to highest shock levels?
37%
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and what about externals?
23%
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in other words who showed greather resistance to auth?
internals
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this research increases what about loc exp?
validity
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:( contradictory research
dfgdg
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twenge et al analysed data from what?
american locus of control studies
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in which years?
1950-2002
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what did data show about time span?
over time ppl become more resistant to obedience
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but they've also become more which loc type?
external
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what link does this challenge?
internal and resistance
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however also possible results are due to what?
chancing society where things are really out of ppls control
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