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6. In a variant of the Milgram (1963) experiment, how many participants continued to the lethal voltage when the experiment was re-ran in a less prestigious environment?

  • 48%
  • 63%
  • 21%
  • 70%

7. Which of the following describes legitimate power?

  • Believing another individual is better informed than self
  • Identification with a powerful individual
  • A powerful individual authorised by power structure to command
  • Promise of reward in return for compliance

8. In a variant of the Milgram (1963) experiment, how many participants continued to the lethal voltage when the instructions were provided via telephone?

  • 65%
  • 45%
  • 21%
  • 48%

9. Which of the following is NOT a factor influencing obedience?

  • Social support
  • Gender
  • Uniform
  • Proximity

10. In a variant of the Milgram (1963) experiment, how many participants continued to the lethal voltage when they forced the 'learners' hand on the shock plate themselves?

  • 71%
  • 30%
  • 45%
  • 21%

11. Social identity theory related the results of the Zimbardo experiment to which types of power?

  • Reward and legitimate power
  • Coercive and referent power
  • Referent/informational and reward power
  • Referent/informational power only

12. Which of the following describes informational/expert power?

  • Believing another individual is better informed than self
  • A powerful individual authorised by power structure to command
  • Identification with a powerful individual
  • Promise of reward in return for compliance

13. Haslam and Reicher (2002) found:

  • They were unable to replicate the results of the Zimbardo prison experiment
  • They were unable to replicate the results of the Milgram obedience experiment
  • They were able to replicate the results of the Zimbardo prison experiment
  • They were able to replicate the results of the Milgram obedience experiment

14. Sprecher and Felmlee (1997) reported a ?% global misbalance of power in a couple?

  • 48%
  • 66%
  • 53%
  • 70%

15. How many guards and prisoners respectively were in the Zimbardo prison experiment

  • 11, 10
  • 11, 12
  • 10, 11
  • 10, 15

16. Reicher and Haslan (2011) hypothesised that participants continued with the experiment because:

  • None of the above
  • They shared an in-group identity with the experimenter
  • They believed no-one was actually getting harmed
  • They were afraid of the response of the experimenter

17. Which of the following was NOT a finding of the Sprecher and Felmlee (1997) longitudinal study?

  • Those who were perceived as more emotional were perceived as more powerful
  • Men were perceived as more powerful by males
  • The results were found to be stable over time
  • Most participants reported a global imbalance of power

18. Which of the following describes refferent power?

  • Threatening of punishment for non-compliance
  • Identification with a powerful individual
  • Believing another individual is better informed than self
  • A powerful individual authorised by power structure to command

19. What technique was used by the guards to undermine the prisoners?

  • Deindividuation
  • Empowerment
  • Learned helplessness
  • All of the above

20. Sprecher and Felmlee (1997) reported a ?% misbalance of power regarding decision making in a couple?

  • 80%
  • 34%
  • 66%
  • 53%