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How does moral strain provide evidence for the agency theory?
It shows that the person disagrees with the actions they are performing, but continues because they are an agent
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What are some examples of moral strain?
Nervous laughter, sweating, and shaking
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What are the applications of agency theory?
Could be used in training to reduce abuse in the army and prisons; can explain prison abuse such as Abu Ghraib
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How did Milgram (1963) provide evidence for agency theory?
Moral strain; one participant asked if the researcher "accepted all responsibility" so did not see himself as responsible for his actions
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What principle does the id work on?
The pleasure principle
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What principle does the superego work on?
The morality principle
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What principle does the ego work on?
The reality principle
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At what age is the oral stage?
0-18 months
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At what age is the anal stage?
1 1/2--3 years
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At what age is the phallic stage?
3-5
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At what age is the genital stage?
From puberty
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When does the id develop?
Oral stage
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When does the ego develop?
Anal stage
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When does the superego develop?
Phallic stage
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When does the Oedipus complex develop?
Phallic stage
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