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What is the tendency to change what we do, think or say in response to pressure from a majority group?conformity
95.5%
What is going along with majority publicly but privately disagreeing?compliance
95.5%
What is publicy changing behaviour and opinions but not completely agreeing privately?identification
95.5%
What is genuinely accepting a group's norms and changing behaviour publicly and privately?Internalisation
95.5%
Who studied variables affecting conformity?Asch
95.5%
Who carried out the Stanford Prison Experiment?Zimbardo
95.5%
After how many days was the experiment ended?6
95.5%
What form of social influence is about who has the better information?informational social influence
90.9%
What form of social influence is about what is the normal behaviour?Normative social influence
90.9%
How many male college students were used?24
86.4%
What was the third variation?difficulty of the task
77.3%
Who wanted to investigate what made people in the Holocaust do these things?Milgram
77.3%
How many white male americans did he test?123
72.7%
What % of ppts never conformed?25%
72.7%
What was the first variation?Group size
72.7%
What % of ppts went to 450V?65%
68.2%
What scale did he develop?F-scale
68.2%
Is an internal or external locus of control associated with blaming others and believing in luck or fate?External
68.2%
Is an internal or external locus of control associated with blaming yourself?internal
68.2%
2commitment
68.2%
What three things are needed for minority influence to be effective? 1Consistency
68.2%
What were obedience levels when teacher put learner's hand on plate?30%
63.6%
What is it called when someone believes that the authority figure is responsible for their actions, not themselves?Agentic shift
63.6%
3flexibility
63.6%
Who wanted to understand the antisemitism of the Holocaust?Adorno
59.1%
What is someone in a position of control called?Legitimacy of authority
59.1%
Who conducted the 2006 BBC Prison StudyReicher and Haslam
54.5%
How many participants did he have?40
54.5%
What was the conformity rate?33%
50%
What % on at least one trial?50%
50%
What did conformity drop to in this variation?5.5%
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What were obedience levels when teacher and learner in the same room? (proximity)40%
50%
What type of personality did this scale measure?authoritarian
50%
What is an example of obedience in Nazi Germany?Police Battalion 101
45.5%
Who carried out a study dressed either as a policeman, beggar or business woman?Bushman
45.5%
Who carried out a study into minorty influence?Moscovici et al
45.5%
How many Jews did they execute in 16 months?38000
40.9%
What % of ppts stopped at 300V?12.5%
40.9%
What were obedience levels when orders given over phone?21%
40.9%
What were obedience levels when study moved to run down office? (location)48%
40.9%
How many middle-class white Americans did he study?2000
40.9%
Who did a meta analysis of 97 studies of minority influence and found consistent minorities were most influential?wood et al
40.9%
In condition 2, on how many of the trials did confederates say green?2\3
40.9%
In condidtion 1, ppts were influenced to say green on what % of trials?8%
40.9%
In condition 1, on how many of the trials did confederates say green?all
40.9%
What is a real life example of minority influence?Suffragette movement
40.9%
In condition 3, on how many of the trials did confederates say green?1\3
40.9%
What was conformity when there were 3 confederates?30%
36.4%
What was second variation?Unanimity of the majority
36.4%
Who found influence of task difficulty is impacted by self efficacy of a person?Lucas et al
36.4%
What were obedience levels when researcher replaced with 'member of public'? (uniform)20%
36.4%
What were obedience levels when in police uniform?72%
36.4%
What were obedience levels when in beggar outfit?52%
36.4%
What is step 5 in minority influence creating social change?Snowball effect
36.4%
Who studied whether or not obedient ppts in Milgram's research are more likley to have APs?Elms and Milgram
31.8%
Who suggests felxibility is more effective than rigid arguments?Mugny
31.8%
What is step 1 in minority influence creating social change?Drawing attention through social proof
31.8%
What is step 2 in minority influence creating social change?Consistency
31.8%
What were obedience levels when dressed as a business woman?48%
27.3%
What is step 4 in minority influence creating social change?What is step 1 in minority influence creating social change?the augmentation principle
27.3%
What is step 6 in minority influence creating social change?Social Cryptomnesia
27.3%
What is step 3 in minority influence creating social change?deeper processing of the issue
18.2%

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