TB8 SPA Lecture 1; Power and Obedience

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1. How does Social Identity theory explain conformity?

  • Identification with the role to be conformed. Self categorisation and social comparison to in/outgroup.
  • Group membership and intergroup relations; self categorisation and social comparison to in/outgroup.
  • Diffusion of Responsibility
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2. In Milgram (1963) what % of participants continued to 300V?

  • 30%
  • 65%
  • 100%
  • 15%

3. What was the main finding from Burger (2009)?

  • No difference from Milgram. 70% of base and 63% of modelled refusal pps had to be stopped after 150V
  • No difference from Milgram. 63% of base and 70% of modelled refusal pps had to be stopped after 150V
  • Significantly different from Milgram. 70% of base and 63% of modelled refusal pps had to be stopped after 300V
  • Significantly different from Milgram. 63% of base and 70% of modelled refusal pps had to be stopped after 300V

4. Which of these is NOT a factor influencing obedience?

  • Prestige
  • Uniform
  • Proximity
  • Uniformed action
  • Social support
  • Diffusion of responsibility

5. Which of these is NOT one of Ravens (1965) types of power?

  • Referent Power
  • Legitimate Power
  • Coercive Power
  • Educational power
  • Informational/expert power
  • Reward Power

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