P11W10+Lect5post

P11W10+Lect5post - Session Outline - 1/21/10 The On Depths...

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Session Outline -- 1/21/10 The Depths of Social Influence On the Power of Situations Milgram Obedience Studies The Stanford Prison Experiment Conformity: Two Classic Studies Social Influence: Two Different Kinds The Automaticity of Social Influence Social Influence & Emotion
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Exam Next Thursday (1-28)! 64 Question multiple choice Covers Lecture Material + Readings 5 Selections from the Norton Reader Bring with you: 2 pencils (#2) Student ID Study Guide posted by Tuesday (1-26)
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Clicker Question How do you think the Milgram Study would turn out if it were done today? A = About the same B = A higher percentage of people would obey C = A lower percentage of people would obey
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Clicker Question If the Milgram Study were done today and YOU were a subject, do you think you would deliver shocks all the way to the XXX? A = Yes -- I would obey B = No -- I would resist C = Not sure
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Key lesson of social psychology is that behavior is deeply affected by the situation Most people think like a personality psychologist - - people have enduring traits, act consistently
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P11W10+Lect5post - Session Outline - 1/21/10 The On Depths...

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