Psych of aging presentation

Psych of aging presentation - SOCIAL NORMS By DJ Wells...

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SOCIAL NORMS By: DJ Wells
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ARTICLE 1 Hypothesis: The musical preference will change as the psychological processes change with a person’s age. Bonneville-Roussy, Rentfrow, Xu, & Potter (2013). Methods: Study 1 had 9,080 participants survey measured their attitudes towards music Used reward points…prize type items Rate how important music was to them 4-point Likert scale.
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ARTICLE 1 Study 2 used online survey 254,825 participants Survey asked about musical preferences, personalities, and demographics Covered 23 music genres 7-point Likert scale. Results: Study 1: Showed that music was less important to people over 30 held importance throughout adolescents to adulthood Study 2: There are strong associations between musical preferences, age, gender, and personality
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ARTICLE 2 Hypothesis: See if age differences in the big five inventory (BFI) effects how people fit in trends for adults. Methods: 1,267,218 participants from English speaking countries Ages between 10 – 65 Sample was diverse in ethnicity, nationality, and socioeconomic status Put survey on a website called outofservice.com Used free immediate feedback as an incentive The Big Five Inventory (BFI). Had 44 questions
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  • Spring '14
  • HeidiB.Dobish
  • Psychology, Example, Big Five personality traits, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Openness to experience

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