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Core Theory: the psychologist behind the electric shock obedience experimentMilgram
85.7%
Core Theory: the confederate was briefed to give lots of ____ answersIncorrect
71.4%
Core Theory: the percentage of participants that went up to 'danger' levels of 450V65%
71.4%
Core Theory: the percentage of participants that went up to 'intense shock' levels of 300V100%
64.3%
Core Theory: how many nurses, out of 22, administered a potentially fatal dose of Astrofen21
64.3%
The state a person is acting in when they exhibit denial of responsibilityAgentic State
57.1%
Core Theory: the name of the 'learner' (confederate) in the electric shock obedience experimentMr. Wallace
57.1%
Core Theory: what the experiment was actually advertised to be testingMemory
57.1%
Core Theory: the Astrofen experiment, being carried out in the 'real world', has a highEcological Validity
57.1%
Core Theory: when the electric shock obedience experiment was reproduced in a country formerly under a dictatorship, the levels of obedience were very ___High
57.1%
Core Theory: the dose that the nurses were ordered to administer, when the max. safe dose was 10mg20mg
50%
Core Theory Limitation: 'A lot of research into situational factors in obedience lacks _______ _______.'Ecological Validity
50%
Deciding not to be obedient, also known as resistanceDefiance
42.9%
Core Theory: the psychologist that undertook the Astrofen experimentHofling
42.9%
Core Theory: the electric shock obedience experiment showed higher levels of obedience in ________ culturesCollectivist
42.9%
Core Theory Limitation: 'A lot of research into situational factors has ________ problems.'Ethical
42.9%
Core Study: the first order, 'Pick up that _____.'Litter
42.9%
Core Study Limitation: 'The pedestrians were selected by ________ _______.'Opportunity Sampling
42.9%
Core Study Limitation: 'As all the experimenters were ____, gender might have played a part in the results.'Male
42.9%
Core Theory: when the electric shock obedience experiment was moved from Yale toa run-down office building, the level of obedience dropped from 65% to ___47.5%
35.7%
Core Theory: the electric shock obedience experiment showed lower levels of obedience in ________ culturesIndividualist
35.7%
Core Theory: when the electric shock obedience experiment was carried out with 2 other defiant confederates, obedience levels dropped to ____10%
35.7%
Core Study Limitation: 'Because it was a field experiment, there was a lack of control over ________ _______.'Extraneous Variables
35.7%
Question Answer % Correct
Core Study Limitation: 'The study was ________ for a number of reasons', e.g. potential for distress or embarassmentUnethical
35.7%
Core Study Limitation: 'The study was carried out in ___ city in ___ country.'One
35.7%
Core Theory: when the electric shock obedience experiment was carried out by someone dressed as a civilian, obedience rates dropped to ____20%
28.6%
Alternative Theory: psychologist who researched obedience in Nazi GermanyAdorno
28.6%
Core Study: name of psychologistBickman
28.6%
Core Study: year of study1974
28.6%
Core Study: type of experimentField Experiment
28.6%
Core Study: the third order, 'Don't you know you have to stand at the other side of the pole? This sign says '__ _______'.'No Standing
28.6%
Core Theory: when the electric shock obedience experiment was moved, the different results could be due to _____Setting
21.4%
Core Theory: following the actions of others is a form of ________Consensus
21.4%
Alternative Theory: amount of students and white middle-class people tested 2000
21.4%
Alternative Theory: name given to the rating relating to how much they exhibited obedient behaviourF-Scale
21.4%
Core Study: amount of random people tested153
21.4%
Core Study: the percentage of people that followed orders from the 'guard'89%
21.4%
Core Study: the percentage of people that followed orders from the 'civilian'33%
21.4%
Core Theory: factors that lead to inconclusive or unreliable resultsVariables
14.3%
Core Theory: the name of the theory was tested by these 2 experimentsTheory Of Situational Factors
14.3%
Alternative Theory: name of theoryDispositional Factors
14.3%
Core Study: the percentage of people that followed orders from the 'milkman'57%
14.3%
Alternative Theory: personality type that is more prone to obedience than othersAuthoritarian Personality
7.1%
Core Study: the second order, ' The man is ________ at the meter, give him a dime.'Overparked
7.1%
Core Theory: when the electric shock obedience experiment was reproduced in a different country, the different results could be due to _____ ______Cultural Setting
0%
Core Theory Limitation: 'The main criticism to be made about explaining obedience in terms of the situation is that it has not given enough weight to the ___ __ ________.'Role Of Personality
0%

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