AQA A level Psychology: Social Influence

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Researcher who carried out The Stanford Prison Experiment
Zimbardo
Name given to someone who has a desire to be liked by others, as investigated by McGhee and Teevan
nAffiliators
Situational variables as investigated by Milgram (3 answers)
Uniform, location, proximity
Which ethical guideline is violated by the use of prods in Milgram's research?
Right to withdraw
What are the two explanations for resistance to social influence? (3 answers)
Social support, locus of control
What is the most superficial type of conformity?
Compliance
Conforming because you want to fit in is explained by which type of social influence?
Normative
Who was responsible for identifying The Authoritarian Personality?
Adorno
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What % of people went to the full voltage in Milgram's study?
65%
In Asch's study, the real participant was always sat where? (2 answers)
last, second to last
When a minority influences more and more people, this is know as what?
The Snowball Effect
Being in a state in which you feel no personal responsibility as you believe you are acting on behalf of someone else
The Agentic State
In Bickman's study, which 'costume' caused the most amount of obedience?
Security guard
Asch concluded that after ___ number of PPS, conformity rate plateaus.
4
What are the three processes involved in minority influence? (3 answers)
Consistency, commitment, flexibility
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